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In connection with telephony he invented a multitude of improvements, some of which are still in universal use.
Telephony, it is clear, both from one's own experience and from reading the letters in the papers, is not yet an exact science.
This was at a time before Sir Oliver Lodge had established wireless telephony between heaven and earth.
It is written in a most clear and careful style and aims to give a complete review of the subject of telephony.
None of your wireless telephony and wireless telegraphy for me.
They finally decide to fit out two expeditions, and to communicate by wireless telephony.
Of the details by which Mr. Chadwick had worked out this radical departure in telephony, they knew nothing.
But why does radio telephony require a stronger current than wireless telegraphy?
But that made her no less helpful to Jessie when the latter had gained her first interest in radio telephony.
At thirty years of age he became a central figure in the development of the art of telephony.

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