Julius Wilhelm Gintl
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Julius Wilhelm Gintl 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.
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