from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A system of duplexing on telegraph-lines by the use of condensers and the telephone as a receiver, devised by Edison.
- Of or pertaining to a system of telegraphy in which interrupted and undulatory currents' are used simultaneously in signaling over the same wire.
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Edison's phonoplex normally doubled the capacity of telegraph lines, whether employed on way business or through traffic, but in actual practice made it possible to obtain more than double service.