radiotelegraph

IPA: rˈeɪdioʊtˈɛɫʌgræf

noun

  • wireless telegraphy

verb

  • To communicate or transmit by wireless telegraphy.

Examples of "radiotelegraph" in Sentences

  • It also had the first radiotelegraph in the continent in 1927 .
  • 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.
  • Experienced naval intercept operators could sometimes recognize individual Japanese radio operators by their unique use of the radiotelegraph key to send the dots and dashes of their code.
  • 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 transatlantic wireless news service.
  • By 6:00 P.M. Tokyo Time it was encoded in an unbreakable State Department cryptographic system, taken across the street to the Japanese Telegraph office, and sent via radiotelegraph to Washington.26

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