Definition of Pantelegraph. Meaning of Pantelegraph. Synonyms of Pantelegraph

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Definition of Pantelegraph

Pantelegraph
Pantelegraph Pan*tel"e*graph, n. [Pan- + telegraph.] See under Telegraph.

Meaning of Pantelegraph from wikipedia

- The pantelegraph (Italian: pantelegrafo; French: pantélégraphe) was an early form of facsimile machine transmitting over normal telegraph lines developed...
- an Italian physicist, inventor and priest. He is the inventor of the pantelegraph (a.k.a. Universal Telegraph or "all-purpose telegraph"), the predecessor...
- telegraph that could transmit images. Caselli called his invention "Pantelegraph". Pantelegraph was successfully tested and approved for a telegraph line between...
- considered the successors of early telephotography and fax input devices. The pantelegraph (Italian: pantelegrafo; French: pantélégraphe) was an early form of facsimile...
- 1855, and over the course of six years perfected what he called the "pantelegraph." It was the world's first practical fax machine. "Giovanni Caselli"...
- improvements on Bain's design and demonstrated a telefax machine. The Pantelegraph was invented by the Italian physicist Giovanni Caselli. He introduced...
- Frederick Bakewell Alexander Bain Giovanni Caselli Fax ****chreiber Pantelegraph SSTV "1924: Fax Service". AT&T Labs timeline. Retrieved 2010-06-30. "AP...
- early-16th century Giovanni Caselli (1815–1891), the inventor of the 'pantelegraph', the forerunner of the modern fax machine Hilda Caselli (1836-1901)...
- (1764–1815), ItalyVermouth Giovanni Caselli (1815–1891), Italy/France – Pantelegraph George Cayley (1773–1857), UK – tension-spoke wheels Anders Celsius (1701–1744)...
- to use it to send handwritten messages as well as photographs on his pantelegraph. He introduced the first commercial telefax service between Paris and...
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