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morse inker


Plural:
morse inkers

Initial Reference:
Telegraphy, by Preece and Herbert; 1899

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Device for recording hand-keyed morse code messages onto paper tape - by means of a series of mark/space strokes in ink - for later transcription to into plain text.



 
 



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