teleterminal

teleterminal

[¦tel·ə′tər·mən·əl]
(computer science)
An instrument that integrates the functions of a telephone set and a computer terminal with keyboard and video screen.
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Since then, conventional ALOHA technology has been widely used in a variety of ground and satellite based networks, including the Ram Mobile Data network, the request channel of the INMARSAT maritime satellite network, the Teleterminal network in Japan, the request channel of the Qualcomm I-95 CDMA cellular radio standard and more than 100,000 very small aperture earth stations (VSATs) now in operation worldwide.
Data terminals plug directly into the RS-232 port on the teleterminal and require no external modems.
Prior to the installation of its existing network, the HongkongBank had a standard multidrop bisynchronous network for its Hong Kong teleterminals and ATMs.
A single node will support up to 192 full-duplex, non-blocking ports for telephones, teleterminals and data terminals.