Included in the signal architecture were tactical teletypewriters
, which could transmit and receive at 60 words per minute using 5-bit Baudot code.
The Signal Corps developed new enciphering and deciphering machines which were synchronized with the teletypewriters
at both ends of the circuits.
The IRS found that payments for these two services were not subject to the tax, because they were not for local telephone service, toll telephone service or teletypewriter
Specifically, this study explores the magnitude and direction (positive or negative) of the relations between job satisfaction and age, gender, hearing status, unemployment history, socioeconomic quality of the job (SEI), total 1993 income, on-the-job work limitations, total number of jobs held, and availability of a teletypewriter
telephone device (TTD).
The upgrade entailed the modification of 10 USAF/NATO "Standard" E-3As (which boasted a full maritime surveillance capability, the CC-2 computer, more HF radios, jam-resistant voice communication, a radio teletypewriter
and self-defense/ECM provision).
Operating six times faster than the previous system, the new teleprinters communicate at a rate of 30 characters per second or 300 baud in comparison to teletypewriter
speeds of five characters per second or 50 baud.
The military career of retired CSM McKinley Curtis III started in 1974 when he enlisted in the Army as a radio teletypewriter
Instead of hanging up a handset, Shiran types "SK" to indicate she is signing off her teletypewriter
For most of the Lakeview's existence, guest calling had been done in the traditional way: a remote telephone operator monitored the call's cost and sent the information back to the hotel by teletypewriter
. Bostonia notes that more advanced HOBIC service wasn't even available in West Virginia until late 1982.
The Company grew with the nation, and, as technology advanced--from the Morse key and sounder to the teletypewriter
to multiplex telegraphy, microwave transmission, and message-switching computer--it adapted to new technology and kept pace with the nation's needs for expanded and enhanced message services.