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  • n. Plural form of teletypewriter.

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Examples

  • Telegraphs let newspapers go national, which created a demand for better journalistic tools such as teletypewriters.

    World Wide Mind

  • For several decades, the three men collaborated to develop improved modems that would work effectively with teletypewriters.

    First TTY for deaf phone communication on display

  • He wanted to use the telex communications system — a network of teletypewriters — to gather data from factories on variables like daily output, energy use and labor “in real time,” and then use a computer to filter out the important pieces of economic information the government needed to make decisions.

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  • Telex - a communication service involving teletypewriters connected by wire through automatic exchanges.

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  • A trademark for a brand of teleprinters and teletypewriters.

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  • I remember reading a popular book about Linux that stated that tty was the name of a popular CRT terminal company, when only the oldies who had used teletypewriters to communicate with UNIX before the invention of the CRT terminal, knew any better.

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  • And we are very proud of the way the organization has been able to adapt itself over the years and decades and centuries, from telegraph to telephone to teletypewriters, to radio and television.

    CircleID

  • (the program was intended) to use the telex communications system — a network of teletypewriters — to gather data from factories on variables like daily output, energy use and labor “in real time,” and then use a computer to filter out the important pieces of economic information the government needed to make decisions.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • the program was intended to use the telex communications system — a network of teletypewriters — to gather data from factories on variables like daily output, energy use and labor “in real time,” and then use a computer to filter out the important pieces of economic information the government needed to make decisions.

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  • Datel network. telegraph -- a telecommunications system designed for unmodulated electric impulse transmission. telex -- a communication service involving teletypewriters connected by wire through automatic exchanges. tropospheric scatter -- a form of microwave radio transmission in which the troposphere is used to scatter and reflect a fraction of the incident radio waves back to earth; powerful, highly directional antennas are used to transmit and receive the microwave signals; reliable over-the-horizon communications are realized for distances up to 600 miles in

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

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