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Definition of the noun teleprinter

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noun - plural: teleprinters

  1. a character printer connected to a telegraph that operates like a typewriter

Alternative definition of the noun teleprinter

noun

  1. [dated] A combined electromechanical typewriter and printer, often with an integrated paper tape reader/printer, connected to others or to a computer via the telephone system.

Explanation

Teleprinter: A teleprinter is an electromechanical typewriter that can be used to send and receive typed messages from point to point and point to multipoint over various types of communications channels. They were adapted to provide a user interface to early mainframe computers and minicomputers, sending typed data to the computer and printing the response. Some models could also be used to create punched tape for data storage and to read back such tape for local printing or transmission.

  • also known as 電傳打字機

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Google previewMy Big Book Of Ss 5 (Rev.)

by Pushpa Jain

The teleprinter is an improvement over the telegraph. 3. A telephone is a means of mass communication. 4. STD and ISD are e-mail services. 5. An e-mail message is sent through a computer. 6. The Internet cannot be used for advertising.

Google previewSpotlight Social Studies 5

by Sr.Bimcy, Sr.Sisily, Charlotte

A teleprinter is an electromechanical typewriter that transmits electrical impulses over a wire to a receiver which prints a message. Our country, today has ...

Google previewInstrumentation Devicesand Systems (1997)

by Rangan

The teleprinter is a form of type bar character printer using basket of type bars, a fixed print position, and a movable paper-holding carriage. The keys are operated with an electromagnet. The required data is fed from a buffer that translates ...

Google previewSelection of Data Entry Equipment (1979)

by Steve A. Recicar

fisulppant Cs£:99£¥t Teleprinters - A teleprinter is an electromechanical typewriter-like ...

Google previewA Mathematical View of Our World (2006)

by Gary Musser, Lynn Trimpe

A 5-bit code of historical significance is the Baudot Code used in early teleprinters (a teleprinter is a remotely operated printer capable of printing text messages). That code was named for Jean-MauriceÉmile Baudot, principal engineer of the ...

Google previewSsc Steno Grade C&D Exam Eng

by Joon

Teleprinter is an instrument which prints automatically messages sent from one place to another, on telegraph lines. Telescope is an apparatus used for observing distant objects. Theodolite is an instrument for measuring horizontal and ...

Google previewTRANSDUCERS AND INSTRUMENTATION (2010)

by D. V. S. MURTY

A teleprinter is a serial printer which prints out one character at a time at a rate of 5 to 40 characters per second. Parallel printers print all the characters on a given line simultaneously and hence are faster in operation. Line printers are parallel ...

Google previewEssential Science For All (2002)

by Dilip M. Salwi

Teleprinter is a device which receives and types messages on a sheet of paper sent as electrical pulses on wires. These messages are being simultaneously sent and typed at a typewriter-like machine at the other end located at some distant ...

Google previewComplete Guide for SSC

by Sanjeev Joon

Teleprinter is an instrument which automatically prints messages sent from one place to another, on telegraph lines. Telescope is an apparatus used for observing distant objects. Theodolite is an instrument for measuring horizontal and ...

Google previewElectronics and Computer Acronyms (2013)

by Phil Brown

TELE- A prefix that denotes distance; for example, television is vision transmitted over a certain distance; a teleprinter is a remote printer; telephone is sound transmission. TELEBANKING TELEphone/TELEvision BANKING. Refers to the ...

Google previewBanking Automation (2014)

Data Processing Systems and Associated Equipment by G. W. A. Dummer, F. P. Thomson, J. Mackenzie Robertson

SPE ELECTRONIC TELEPRINTER DESCRIPTION/FEATURES The SPE Teleprinter is a fully transmitting and receiving machine comprised of the base and frame mounting: Keyboard Printer Translator Unit Electronic Transmitting and ...

Google previewPrinciples and Practices of Management and Business Communication

by Anupam Karmakar

Teleprinter or Telex A teleprinter is an electro mechanical communicating machine by which one can send messages from one place to a distant place through telegraphic wire by using electric circuits. It performs both sending and ...

Google previewHomesteading Space (2008)

The Skylab Story by David Hitt, Owen K. Garriott, Joe Kerwin

The teleprinter is a device about which you can have mixed feelings—it would be hell to get the information any other way so it must be cared for as an expenditure of effort. But at the same time every time you hear it printing you know it's more ...

Google previewOrganizational and Direct Support Maintenance Manual (1988)

Teleprinter TT-804/MYQ-4A, (NSN 7010-01-153-0775).

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION The teleprinter is a receive or read-only device. It operates under control of a host system such as a computer to print information directed to it. It can send status signals to the host system, but it cannot transmit ...

Google previewSSC Graduate Level Combined Preliminary Examination

by V.V.K. Subburaj

Electronic Teleprinter is the quickest means of communication in printed form. a) Incoming messages are typed automatically at the receiving end. b) The outgoing messages are sent through telephone. c) In big cities telegram, connected with ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (1980)

Volume 30 - Taiwan: Library Services and Development in the Republic of China to Toronto: University of Toronto Faculty of Library Science by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour, Jay E. Daily

During the same time period, teleprinter machines were in general use for communication purposes. The basic teleprinter mechanisms had been invented before 1850 and were quite reliable by the 1950s. It was a natural step to connect ...

Google previewNewnes Dictionary of Electronics (2002)

by S W Amos, Roger Amos

teleprinter A machine capable of converting a written message containing letters and figures into a coded form suitable for transmission over a ...

Google previewDictionary of business informatics (2002)

by Lutz Jürgen Heinrich, Friedrich Roithmayr

box Telefax = Teleprinter Facsimile Exchange Teletex = Teleprinter Text Exchange Telex = Teleprinter Exchange TELNET = Teletype Network TEMEX = Telemetry Exchange TEMPEST = Temporary Emanation and ...

Google previewa dictionary of current military and technological abbreviations

teleprinter; timing pulse; true position; test procedure; turning-point 342. TPB training ...

Google previewWorld War II at Sea: An Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia by Spencer C. Tucker

The Finns cracked many Soviet codes, and the Swedish mathematician Arne Beurling broke into the German naval teleprinter Siemens T-52 cipher machine. German teleprinter lines running through Swedish territory were tapped there.

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of the Third Reich (2013)

by Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage

Teleprinter ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of the History of Technology (2002)

by Ian McNeil

Up to the 1970s, the usual practicewas tokeypunch a series of messages on papertape, dialupthe recipient'steleprinter,and putthe stripoftape inthe sender's teleprinter; this storeandforward process has beengreatly enhanced bytheuse of ...

Google previewThe Froehlich/Kent Encyclopedia of Telecommunications (1991)

Volume 2 - Batteries to Codes-Telecommunications by Fritz E. Froehlich, Allen Kent

In addition, Digital Equipment Corporation, which had adopted the Teletype Corporation Model 33 teleprinter, was incorporating in its software automatic means to recognize the receipt of a carriage-return code to automatically echo back to ...

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