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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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The 3M teleprinters are used on both a stand-alone basis and with a Whisper Writer 1945 Intelligent Keyboard, which provides the units with send as well as receive capabilities.
1958 Introduced telex, a direct-dial customer-to-customer teleprinter
What stands out in my memory was the replacement of teleprinters that we used with our computers in the late 1970s.
Bletchley Park, home of the Enigma code-breaker, is particularly significant because the Post Office maintained vital communications such as teleprinters and built code-breaking devices during World War II.
The news agency copy came via a bank of noisy teleprinters.
I started work in the sales department of Courtaulds in 1944 at the age of 15, and I well remember Mary (then Checkley) who worked on the teleprinters with a girl by the name of Ennis Burton.
Coverage includes automatic telephone exchange switching, cordless handsets, demodulators, digital line systems, entry phone systems, facsimile machines, modulators, relays, switching equipment, telegraphic equipment, telephone sets, teleprinters, and video phones.