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Julius Wilhelm Gintl
Austrian physicist

Julius Wilhelm Gintl

Julius Wilhelm Gintl
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Intro Austrian physicist
A.K.A. Gintl, Julius Wilhelm
Was Scientist Physicist Professor Engineer
From Austria
Field Academia Engineering Science
Gender male
Birth 1804, Prague, Czech Republic
Death 1883, Prague, Czech Republic (aged 79 years)
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Julius Wilhelm Gintl (November 12, 1804 – December 22, 1883) was an Austrian physicist. He was notable as the developer of an early form of duplex electrical telegraph, which allowed two messages to be transmitted on a single wire, in opposite directions. This "duplex" communication was an early specific case of the general practice of multiplexing.

Gintl's method would be developed to economic viability by J. B. Stearns, and the refined method used in Edison's implementation of a quadruplex telegraph.

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