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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The use of the transmission and reception of electric impulses or signals by means of electromagnetic waves without a connecting wire to send messages (usually by Morse code);

Usage examples (8)
  • The escapees are often both radical and conservative, each a fitting response to being off the moorings, with only your trusty radiotelegraph to find your way back to port.
  • Actually, by 1907, Ochs made a visionary technological move by working with the inventor of the radiotelegraph, Guglielmo Marconi, to innovate the world's first...
  • I have an Extra license along with a GROL and an old 2nd class radiotelegraph.
  • My father worked with the radiotelegraph in the Italian Army ane we are the only fans of this hobby in our family. for more
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