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teletypewriter

(tĕl″ĕ-tīp′rī-tĕr),

TTY

A typewriter that may be connected to a telephone. This device permits the deaf to communicate by sending and receiving typewritten messages.
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However, DeClark is adamant that using smartphones and TTY for communication should not take the place of regular speech therapy.
TTY BioPharm, established in 1960, is one of the leading pharmaceutical
This direct connection for TTY users will be a time saver for customers, both in terms of identifying the service problem and cutting the time needed by our technicians to repair the line.
Introductory pricing for Broadcast TTY is $995 per year and the service is available today.
Twenty First Century modified its software and procedures behind its Universal Communications System (UCS), which has succeeded in reaching out to landline TTY users.
YM and TTY will form a Joint Development Team to design a clinical trial in this initial indication and to oversee the development of tesmilifene in additional indications.
Most in-vehicle services are available through OnStar TTY, including a link to Emergency Services, Roadside Assistance and access to OnStar's Hands-Free Calling capability.
Live TTY Conversations: This newest communication feature enables users to make live TTY calls right from the wireless device.
In addition, Avaya's solution allows TTY signals and voice to be intermixed on the same call -- a significant benefit for the large number of TTY users who are hard of hearing but are able to speak clearly.