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Then again, there was the question of wireless telegraphy, which had already come into force on board of these passenger ships.
(a) What installations for receiving and transmitting messages by wireless telegraphy were on board the Titanic?
It was he who invented the great system of wireless telegraphy which is now used in nearly all big ships.
It is all telegraphy, but it all required an agreed and very limited code, and comparative nearness.
With a wire, a battery and Vail's alphabet, telegraphy is entirely possible without any other appliances.
He learned telegraphy and practiced it in several cities, coming after a time to New York.
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Wireless telegraphy is a mighty interesting subject at all times, and we passed many hours of our stay in discussing its future.
We have thus far followed out the recorder in its practical application to submarine telegraphy.
Although much engaged in the advancement of telegraphy, he was also occupied with his favourite idea of regeneration.
In his boyhood days he took up the study of telegraphy and mastered the Morse code while he was but a child.

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