Definition of Radiophone. Meaning of Radiophone. Synonyms of Radiophone

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Definition of Radiophone

Radiophone
Radiophone Ra"di*o*phone, [Radio- + Gr. ? sound.] (Physics) An apparatus for the production of sound by the action of luminous or thermal rays. It is essentially the same as the photophone.

Meaning of Radiophone from wikipedia

- A radiotelephone (or radiophone) is a radio communication system for transmission of speech over radio. Radiotelephony means transmission of sound (audio)...
- Kemback G.P.O. Transatlantic Radiophone Station (1927–1950s) In 1927 the General Post Office opened a commercial radiophone service between Kemback and...
- useless or misleading unless they were taking a bearing on a station using radiophone which could give the station position on voice. We understand the Itasca...
- A 1920 "radiophone dance" held by an Atlanta social club: parti****nts danced wearing earphones to music transmitted from a band across town....
- operators listened to one of the finest programs yet produced over the radiophone last night. The program of entertainment which included some of the stars...
- available in 1971 on the zero-generation ARP (Autoradiopuhelin, or Car Radiophone) service. This was succeeded in 1982 by the 1G system NMT (Nordic Mobile...
- launch in 1959 in the United Kingdom, the 'Post Office South Lancashire Radiophone Service', covering South Lancashire and operated from a telephone exchange...
- for nearly a century, WWJ began daily broadcasts as the "Detroit News Radiophone" on August 20, 1920, while it operated under an amateur radio license...
- hand-carried, (sometimes called portable), equipment. An obsolete term is radiophone. A sales person or radio repair shop would understand the word mobile...
- Mercadier suggested that the invention should not be named 'photophone', but 'radiophone', as its mirrors reflected the Sun's radiant energy in multiple bands...
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