Aside: These Notebooks discuss conventional "5-Level" Teletype and compatible equipment. For the equivalent Notebooks concerning Teletypesetter (6-Level) and compatible equipment, see CR Typefoundry & Press -> Surveys: Type Processes and Machinery -> Introduction II: Surveys of the Equipment -> History and Surveys of Hot Metal Machinery -> Composing Linecasters -> Teletypesetter (6-Level) Theory and History
Introduction & Why
What is a Teletype? What do people do with them now? Why have I got a few?
The Theory of Start/Stop Isochronous Transmission
[NOT DONE] This is the sort of brilliant simplicity that took decades to figure out.
Codes that Don't Count
Some Printing Telegraph Codes as Products of their Technologies (With Particular Attention to the Teletypesetter).
A Gallery of Teletype Images
These are mostly from the Library of Congress and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
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