from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In telegraphy, to render capable of conveying six messages at the same time.
- In electricity, designed for the transmission of six messages simultaneously.
- n. A sextuplex telegraph.
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Here he continued, moreover, his earlier work on the quadruplex, sextuplex, multiplex, and automatic telegraphs, and did his notable pioneer work in wireless telegraphy.
He was still busily engaged on the telephone, on acoustic electrical transmission, sextuplex telegraphs, duplex telegraphs, miscellaneous carbon articles, and other inventions of a minor nature.