teletypewriter


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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 teletypewriter, which was part of a centralized telecommunications facility operated by signal soldiers, is being replaced today by a digital communications terminal (CT).
SCORE, a project of the Signal Corps Advanced Research Project Agency, demonstrated that voice, teletypewriter, and multiple teletypewriter signals could be received, stored, and then retransmitted by an orbiting satellite.
4251 imposes a 3% Federal excise tax on amounts paid for communications services, which, for these purposes, is defined as (1) local telephone service, (2) toll telephone ser vice and (3) teletypewriter exchange service.
Are these services and products available in multiple languages, teletypewriter and braille and in measures commensurate with victims' ages and cognitive development?
There is a teletypewriter (TTY) in the telephone reference center and on one public telephone.
This family of sheltered multiplexer and transmission equipment and associated switching gear provided automatic analog telephone circuit switching and point-to-point teletypewriter circuits.
"TTY" previously stood for Teletypewriter. * Computer Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) * Telecommunication Relay Service: This relay service, which * presently exists in a number of states and which is expected to be operational in the rest of the United States by July 1993, gives users who have hearing and speech disabilities full access to the telephone twenty-four hours a day.
Today, the group accesses files still on tape or in the active memory of the VAX by using an 860 system with 860 is used to take files out of the company's own Tektronix 1980 Automatic Video Measurement Set, using teletypewriter communications.
Since the mid 1980s, the CRTC has required home phone providers to offer message relay services to their customers 24 hours per day, seven days per week: first through teletypewriter (TTY) relay service, then also through IP relay services.
Curtis' military career began in 1974 as a radio teletypewriter operator.
Along with the pioneering efforts of Davis McCarn and Ralph Simmons, Abridged Index Medicus Online over Teletypewriter Exchange Network (AIM-TWX) was developed.
One of the most important devices to have in a library is a TTY (teletypewriter).