Creed No. 10 Undulator Receiver, 1925

Made:
1925 in Croydon
maker:
Creed and Company Limited

No. 10 Undulator Receiver, manufactured by Creed and Company Limited, Croydon, London, England, 1925

The undulator receiver was used to record incoming telegraph signals in the form of a wave. Although this was not as convenient as the printer, which automatically decoded the messages from punched tape, it was useful when signals were to distorted to use reperforators, since a skilled operator could still decode the message

Details

Category:
Telecommunications
Object Number:
1950-226/3
type:
telegraph
taxonomy:
  • component - object
credit:
Donated by Creed and Company Limited
status:
Permanent collection

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