Established in 1981, TeleType
has emerged to become a leader in the field of Global Positioning Systems and was the first company to offer a portable GPS solution for commercial truck drivers.
's ability to transmit messages by radio, known as radio teletype
, or Radio Automatic Teletype
(RATT), enabled the Navy to communicate with its planes in a speedier manner and was seen by the Department of the Navy as a "'marked step in advance,'" according to an article from the New York Times dated Aug.
Four radio teletype
channels, twelve point-to-point frequencies and three air-to-ground channels were in operation.
Nowhere in this teletype
does it say that this happened (seven) months ago," Jones said.
Operators older than 45 generally refused to knuckle under and become teletype
These are the kinds of thoughts that went through my young head as I would be banging the tuning fork against the palm of my hand in an attempt to sort out my TTY 76/98 which probably had just gone berserk for the fourth time in my eight-hour shift in the back of the message center vehicle (an AN/GRC 142); a vehicle we would affectionately refer to as a CRTTZ (HF Radio Teletype
Regarding the article on the use of "--30--" at the end of copy, in the October/November issue: When I was a copyboy at the Evening Bulletin in Philadelphia, starting in 1948, and tore incoming copy off many a Teletype
machine, articles ended with "--30--" and messages often ended with "--73--".
It was a clunky old Teletype
machine and it could barely do anything compared to the computers we have today.
Reservations were received from around the country by Teletype
An operator could output reflectance data to a teletype
machine, which produced a punched tape.
Patti Wysocki writes in her Ultimate Guide to Newsletter Publishing, "Most of their subscribers didn't have computers yet, so the premium for signing up was an $800 Texas Instrument computer (more like a teletype
machine), which hooked into their phones.