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Wireless telegraphy — Wireless Wire less, a. Having no wire; specif. (Elec.), designating, or pertaining to, a method of telegraphy, telephony, or other information transmisssion, in which the messages, data, etc., are transmitted through space by electric waves; as,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
wireless telegraphy — or wireless telegraph n. telegraphy by radio transmitted signals … English World dictionary
Wireless telegraphy — The term Wireless Telegraphy is a historic term used today as applied to early radio telegraph communications techniques and practices. Wireless telegraphy originated as a term to describe electrical signaling without the electric wires to… … Wikipedia
wireless telegraphy — noun 1. telegraphy that uses transmission by radio rather than by wire • Syn: ↑radiotelegraph, ↑radiotelegraphy • Hypernyms: ↑wireless 2. the use of radio to send telegraphic messages (usually by Morse code) • Syn: ↑radiotelegr … Useful english dictionary
wireless telegraphy — wireless telegraph. Now Rare. radiotelegraphy. [1895 1900] * * * … Universalium
wireless telegraphy — noun Date: 1898 telegraphy carried on by radio waves and without connecting wires called also wireless telegraph … New Collegiate Dictionary
wireless telegraphy — noun a) Telegraphy by radio rather than by transmission cables b) The use of radio to send signals by Morse code See Also: WT, radio telephony … Wiktionary
wireless telegraphy — Guglielmo Marconi … Inventors, Inventions
wireless telegraphy — wire′less teleg′raphy n. tgp sts radiotelegraphy • Etymology: 1895–1900 wire′less tel′egraph, n … From formal English to slang
Wireless Telegraphy Acts — The Wireless Telegraphy Acts are laws regulating radio communications in the United Kingdom.Wireless telegraphy as a concept is defined in British law as the sending of electro magnetic energy over paths not provided by a material substance. The… … Wikipedia