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How did people use a telegraph to communicate without speech? with a series of bells of varying pitches with words typed out on a typewriter with morse code with overland mail carriages?

Chelsea Hayes

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Mindee Nelson on November 19, 2018

The answer is "with the Morse code".The Morse code is a technique for the transmission of data content as a progression of on-off tones, lights, or in the sense that it can be directly understood by a learned audience or spectator without special gear. It is named for Samuel F. B. Morse. Each Morse code sign speaks of a content of a character (letter or number) or a prosign and is spoken by a different sequence of dots and dashes.


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