tele-, tel-, telo-, -telic, -telical

(Greek: far away, far off, at a distance)

Don't confuse this tele- with the teleo- unit that means "end, last".

A reference to the system or process of producing a series of transient visible images on a distant screen, usually with an accompanying sound signal.

Electrical signals, converted from optical images by a camera tube, are transmitted by UHF or VHF radio waves or by cable and reconverted into optical images by means of a television tube inside a television set.

A descriptive term referring to the process of broadcasting still or moving images by means of radiowaves to receivers which project a view of the image on a picture tube for those who are watching and listening to the presentations.
1. One of the terminal branches into which the axon of a nerve cell divides.
2. One of many terminal arborizations into which the axon of a neuron branches; an axon ending.

It is not uncommon to find many telodendria assembled into a network, but in some instances axons are seen to branch into only one or two such terminal processes.

videophone, videotelephone, videotelephony
1. A telephone incorporating a television screen on which another person may be seen.
2. Technologies used for the reception and transmission of audio-video signals by users at different locations, for communication between two people in real-time by means of computers.