What is another word for re morse?

276 synonyms found


[ ɹˌiː mˈɔːs], [ ɹˌiː mˈɔːs], [ ɹ_ˌiː m_ˈɔː_s]

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How to use "Re morse" in context?

How to send telegraph or Morse code over a telephone line

Telegraph service began in the 1820s, when Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail developed a code that could be transmitted over long distances by pulses of electricity. Initially, this service was available only to government and military officials.

Around 1850, an entrepreneur named Charles Wheatstone developed a telegraph system that could be used by the public. His system used a needle on a dial to indicate the dots and dashes of Morse code.

Telephone service became available in 1876. It was initially subscription-based, but the technology soon became available to the general public.

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