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NO WIRELESS TAPPING

S* «•! c.y i!j wii el-ess communication i? said {.t 1;’. assured by an invention announced liv ttipiuiu A. V. Hoyland, of tho Xoiv.Wian navy. 'Die machine hj ine ’or trant-mirsion ind automatic, receipt <>< p;i;•_*•:■<! messages in tbs manner <>f typewriting. The inventor, claims to have t'-j-ed bv wireless waves between Beilin and the big station at Xauen, « distance of 24 miles. He says he has perfected a relay which so amplifies wireless eignals that the typewriting device may he operated over greater distances. The secrecy feature of "the invention is established by the fact that the sending apparattw may be adjusted at a moment's notice 50 as to employ any one of 730 different ccdr arrangements of the alphabet, while the- receiving device would automatically register the messages in decoded and legible for in. Only dots are used in the transmission, and by their spacing the mechanism of the receiving anpaxatus is controlled so as to reconstruct the message. Captain Hcyland declares that the apparatus could bo worked in any wireless Bystem, and. that It would render wireless “ tapping *' suite impossible.

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NO WIRELESS TAPPING, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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NO WIRELESS TAPPING Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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