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wireless telephony

noun
1.
Now Rare. radiotelephony.
Related forms
wireless telephone, noun
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  • They finally decide to fit out two expeditions, and to communicate by wireless telephony.

  • Adjoining this is the wireless cabin, which is also fitted for wireless telephony.

    A History of Aeronautics E. Charles Vivian
  • wireless telephony must come to the front in the near future, but at first for only very special purposes.

    Twentieth Century Inventions George Sutherland
  • The aerial wire is precisely the same for either wireless telegraphy or wireless telephony.

    The Radio Amateur's Hand Book A. Frederick Collins
  • I can only say that they confirm my belief in her powers as a medium, and in her wonderful system of wireless telephony.

    Marge Askinforit Barry Pain
  • This made it impossible to produce the steady oscillations that are required in wireless telephony.

    Inventions of the Great War A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond
  • It contains an apparatus for wireless telephony by means of which one can converse with the people down below.

    The Red Battle Flyer Capt. Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen
  • The great drawback to wireless telephony and telegraphy has always been that the air is one great line and always busy.

  • It is believed that wireless telephony will form a most important adjunct and extension to the existing schemes of communication.

  • Wireless telegraphy has already been followed by wireless telephony.

    Public Speaking Clarence Stratton

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