TELEX

Teleprinter Exchange

Telex

The telex network is a switched network of teleprinters similar to a telephone network, for the purposes of sending text-based messages. The term refers to the network, not the teleprinters; point-to-point teleprinter systems had been in use long before telex exchanges were formed starting in the 1930s. Teleprinters evolved from telegraph systems,...
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telex

[v] - communicate by telex
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Telex

[anti-censorship system] Telex is a research anti-censorship system that would allow users to circumvent a censor without alerting the censor to the act of circumvention. It is not ready for real users, but a proof-of-concept mock system exists. ==Purpose== Telex complements services like Tor (anonymity network) by placing Telex stations in...
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Telex

[IME] Telex, also known in Vietnamese as Quốc ngữ điện tín (lit. `national language telex`, is a convention for encoding Vietnamese text in plain ASCII characters. Originally used for transmitting Vietnamese text over telex systems, it is now a popular input method for computers. ==History== The Telex input method is based on a set ...
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telex

International telecommunications network that handles telegraph messages in the form of coded signals. It uses teleprinters for transmitting and receiving, and makes use of land lines (cables) and radio and satellite links to make connections between subscribers
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telex

international telegraphic message-transfer service consisting of a network of teleprinters. Subscribers to a telex service can exchange textual ... [1 related articles]
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TELEX

Obsolete communications network for BAUDOT coded plain text. Replaced by FAX
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Telex

Teletypewriter service allowing subscribers to send messages over the PSTN.
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Telex

Telex is an international communications network designed on a similar basis to the telephone network, to carry telegraphic messages between teleprinters. For simple messages
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telex

telex: see telegraph.
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