Definitions for "Telegraphy"
comes from Greek. Tele meaning distant and graphein to write.
It is the communication done by sending and receiving current pulses in series between two fixed points. This is either done through wire or by radio.
Branch of telecommunications concerned with processes providing reproduction, at a distance, of written, printed, or pictorial matter or the reproduction at a distance of any kind of information in such form.
The science or art of constructing, or of communicating by means of, telegraphs; as, submarine telegraphy.
A system of communication for the transmission of graphic symbols, usually letters or numerals, by use of a signal code.
System of communicating coded information by the transmission of electrical signals generated by a telegraph key.