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Building a 100 Mile C.W. Telegraph Set by@archiefrederickcollins

Building a 100 Mile C.W. Telegraph Set

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Within the last few years alternating current has largely taken the place of direct current for light, heat and power purposes in and around towns and cities. Now, if you have alternating current service in your home you can install a long-distance continuous wave telegraph transmitter with very little trouble and at a comparatively small expense.

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