3 edition of Submarine telegraphs; their history, construction, and working. found in the catalog.
Submarine telegraphs; their history, construction, and working.
Bright, Charles Sir
Reprint of the 1898 ed. published by C. Lockwood, London.
|Series||Telecommunications, Telecommunications (New York, N.Y. : 1974)|
|LC Classifications||TK5621 .B85 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 744 p.|
|Number of Pages||744|
|LC Control Number||74004669|
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Submarine Telegraphs: Their History, Construction, and Working. Founded in Part on Wünschendorff's 'Traité de Télegraphie Sous-marine' and Compiled from Authoritative and Exclusive Sources: Author: Sir Charles Bright: Publisher: C. Lockwood and son, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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Submarine Telegraphs: Their History, Construction, and Working; Founded in Part on Wünschendorff's Traité. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bright, Charles, Sir, Submarine telegraphs; their history, construction, and working. New York, Arno Press, Replete with illustrations, this treatise by telegraph engineer Charles Bright () examines the history, construction and working of submarine telegraphs, tracing both.
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Share This. Details. Date: ; Dimensions: (H X W X D mm): x x 50; ID: ; Explore other Collections. Examining and working. book history, construction and working of submarine telegraphs, this treatise traces both technical and commercial developments, looking also at the labour involved.
Bright addresses the laying of cables across the globe, giving accounts of projects in India, South America and beyond. Sample of the deep-sea section of the /58 Atlantic submarine telegraph cable. Each end of the sample is fitted with a circumferential metal band. The description below is based on that in the book "Submarine telegraphs: their history, construction, and working ", by Charles Bright (London: Crosby Lockwood, ).
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Each parent company held 50% of the shares in the new company. Submarine telegraphs; their history, construction, and working. Founded in part on Wèunschendorff's 'Traitâe de tâelegraphie sous-marine' and compiled from authoritative and exclusive sources by Bright, Charles, About this Book Catalog Record Details.
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Lockwood and son, ), by Charles Bright (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) A handbook of practical telegraphy. With an Account of the Laying of the Submarine Telegraph Cable. New York,T.W. Strong, pp. Click here for a detail of the title embossed on the cover and here: to see the title page BRIGHT, Charles Submarine Telegraphs - Their History, Construction, and Working.
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The Telegraph Construction & Maintenance Company, Limited, was promoted in April to manufacture and lay underwater was a stunningly successful concern that constructed something like ninety per cent of the world’s submarine communications in .