wireless telegraph

  1. the use of radio to send telegraphic messages (usually by Morse code)
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  • At the time, this was the unsolved problem of wireless telegraphy — as it still is to-day — but Emil Gluck, in his prison cell, mastered it. THE ENEMY OF ALL THE WORLD
  • attunement" which, as we have informed you, is operative on the plane of thought and mental vibrations as well as on that of wireless telegraphy. Genuine Mediumship or The Invisible Powers
  • Marconi and several other workers in the field of wireless telegraphy are now busy experimenting on a system of attunement, or syntony, by which it will be possible to so adjust the sending instruments that none but the receiver for whom the message is meant can receive it. Stories of Inventors The Adventures of Inventors and Engineers
  • Many leading scientists and constructors originated from Russia. They invented the first electric bulb, wireless telegraph, helicopter, bomber, colored photography and TV-set.
  • They invented the first electric bulb, wireless telegraph, helicopter, bomber, colored photography and TV-set.
  • There are older and possibly better ways of conveying supplications to God, and in these modern times a silent prayer by way of wireless telegraphy might have been more appropriate and up-to-date than a form-letter printed by photo-offset. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 1
  • In 1918 he patented a generator which converted mechanical energy into high frequency electric currents which could be used for wireless telegraphy.
  • The Goodwin Sands lightships are to be put in communication with the shore by means of wireless telegraphy and the installation is to be completed in about a month.
  • A wife whose mind was oriented in the new direction effectually silenced her husband's ridicule of what he called her credulity by reminding him that when wireless telegraphy was first suggested he had exclaimed, "Ah, that, you know, is one of the things that is not possible! Four-Dimensional Vistas
  • The expenditure in connection with wireless telegraphy is under the control of the Admiralty and included in its general budget. The Imperial Conference of 1907
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