wireless telegraphy

Origin of wireless telegraphy

First recorded in 1895–1900
Related formswireless telegraph, noun
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Examples from the Web for wireless telegraphy

Historical Examples of wireless telegraphy

  • It was a wireless-telegraphy station, the ear, the eye, the voice of Paris.

    Paris Vistas

    Helen Davenport Gibbons

  • Might not the signals which he received have been sent from some passing ship fitted with wireless-telegraphy apparatus?

  • At the middle line abaft the forward funnel casing were the wireless-telegraphy rooms and the operators' quarters.

British Dictionary definitions for wireless telegraphy

wireless telegraphy

  1. another name for radiotelegraphy
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