The main difference between Addressee and Sender is that the Addressee is a form of interactive communication between or among people and Sender is a circuit in a 20th-century electromechanical telephone exchange.
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A sender was a special type of circuit in 20th-century electromechanical telephone exchanges which registered the telephone numbers dialed by the subscriber, and then transmitted that information to another exchange. In some American exchange designs, for example, the No. 1 Crossbar switch there were both originating senders and terminating senders. The corresponding device in the British director telephone system was called a "director" and, in other contexts, "register".
The person or organization to which something, such as a letter or message, is addressed or sent, for whom the item is intended.
Someone who sends.
"The package was addressed to someone we didn't know, so we returned it to the sender."
A device or component that transmits, as in telegraphy or computer networks.
a person who sends or transmits a message, letter, email, etc.
"senders of unwanted emails"
"evidence submitted late will be returned to the sender"
One to whom anything is addressed.
One who sends.
one to whom something is addressed
someone who transmits a message;
"return to sender"
set used to broadcast radio or tv signals