‘Resonator and sounder. The speed with which morse code messages can be read by sound is greater than by sight. The sounder consists of an electromagnet relay which by means of a suitably shared anvil makes a sharp noise when activated by electric current. to enable operators to define these sounds is more clearly the sounder is placed in a resonator to amplify the coded message as it is being received.” from label accompanying accession number B712.
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