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Teletype

(hardware, product)
(tty) A trademark for a hard-copy teletypewriter produced by Teletype Corporation.

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Teletype

The trade name of Teletype Corporation, which refers to a variety of teleprinters used for communications. The Teletype was one of the first communications terminals in the U.S.


The Teletype Machine
For years, the clicking and clanging of Teletype machines were familiar sounds in the "wire rooms" of many companies. (Image courtesy of Honeywell, Inc.).
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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.
The teletype'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.
In response to the same teletype, a Lane County sheriff's sergeant contacted a local woman who had purchased a kit from Hydorn's company.
Another important revelation was the release of a five-page FBI teletype dated August 1996 from the FBI director to the FBI's Philadelphia office stating that two members of the ARA bank robber gang were present at Elohim City when McVeigh called.
In June, 1944, a 22-year-old teletype operator called Joan Ellis, working for the Associated Press news agency in Fleet Street, accidentally released a message announcing the Allied invasion of France - three days before the actual event.
We showed how Navy communications underwent rapid wartime changes that gave us sea-land-air victories, and looked at the new wartime role Waves played as teletype operators in the communications field.
Personnel in large departments might ask officers in the next jurisdiction by sending a teletype or similar communication.
there were no text teletype telephone numbers listed for the parties,
Hugh Lytle, whose teletype message provided the world with the first account of the attack on Pearl Harbour has died.
Early in 1975, as the room's clacking teletype machines decoded secret messages from around the world, Boyce learned that the U.
Equipment required includes: CCTV system (for use by visually impaired students); a telephone system; teletype keyboard interface for telephone use by hearing impaired students; touchtone telephones.