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Meaning of Teleprinter from wikipedia

- A teleprinter (teletypewriter, teletype or TTY) is an electromechanical device that can be used to send and receive typed messages through various communications...
- The telex network was a customer-to-customer switched network of teleprinters similar to a telephone network, using telegraph-grade connecting circuits...
- telecommunications system consisting originally of two or more electromechanical teleprinters in different locations connected by radio rather than a wired link. These...
- Store and forward networks predate the use of computers. Point-to-point teleprinter equipment was used to send messages which were stored at the receiving...
- The name stems from the historical use of RS-232 cables to connect two teleprinter devices or two modems in order to communicate with one another; null...
- 1951 model of teleprinter Teletype Model 33, a 1963 model of teleprinter Telecommunications device for the deaf or TTD, a teleprinter specifically designed...
- TTY may refer to: Teleprinter or teletypewriter (TTY), an electromechanical typewriter paired with a communication channel Sometimes used more generally...
- Traffic became high enough to spur the development of automated systems—teleprinters and punched tape transmission. These systems led to new telegraph codes...
- Geheimschreiber ("secret teleprinter"), or Schlüsselfernschreibmaschine (SFM), was a World War II German cipher machine and teleprinter produced by the electrical...
- stream cipher. British cryptanalysts, who referred to encrypted German teleprinter traffic as Fish, dubbed the machine and its traffic Tunny (meaning tunafish)...
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