teleprinter


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tel·e·print·er

 (tĕl′ə-prĭn′tər)
n.
A teletypewriter.

teleprinter

(ˈtɛlɪˌprɪntə)
n
1. (Telecommunications) a telegraph apparatus consisting of a keyboard transmitter, which converts a typed message into coded pulses for transmission along a wire or cable, and a printing receiver, which converts incoming signals and prints out the message. US name: teletypewriter See also telex, radioteletype
2. (Telecommunications) a network of such devices, formerly used for communicating information, etc
3. (Computer Science) a similar device used for direct input/output of data into a computer at a distant location

tel•e•print•er

(ˈtɛl əˌprɪn tər)

n.
a teletypewriter.
[1925–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teleprinter - a character printer connected to a telegraph that operates like a typewriterteleprinter - a character printer connected to a telegraph that operates like a typewriter
character printer, character-at-a-time printer, serial printer - a printer that prints a single character at a time
Translations
طابِعَه عَن بُعْد
dálnopis
fjernskriver
telex
fjarriti
teletaipas
teletaips
ďalekopis

teleprinter

[ˈtelɪˌprɪntəʳ] Nteletipo m

teleprinter

[ˈtɛliprɪntər] ntéléscripteur m

teleprinter

teleprinter

[ˈtɛlɪˌprɪntəʳ] ntelescrivente f

teleprinter

(ˈteliprintə) noun
telegraph system or instrument by which messages are sent out at one place, and received and printed at another.
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There are even earlier artistic uses of the teleprinter to be found, such as French lettrist Isidore Isou's "telescripteur" from the early 1960s (Bandini, 2003).
John Wetter, volunteer at the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park, added: "My colleague was scanning eBay and he saw a photograph of what seemed to be the teleprinter."
There were once 200 Lorenz teleprinters and cipher coding machines, but almost all of them have been destroyed, the Telegraph said.
2 at 8:34 p.m., a teleprinter at Johnson's ranch delivered an FBI report on the embassy wiretap: Chennault had told South Vietnam's ambassador ''she had received a message from her boss (not further identified).
It was further proposed to set up at the MINITRACK site a teleprinter that would be linked to the Moonwatch teams, the Precision optical-tracking station at Olifantsfontein (also known as the Baker-Nunn station or SC2) and the Marconi Cable and Wireless Station in Cape Town.
The history of teletype begins with the teleprinter. Teleprinters evolved through a series of inventions by a number of engineers, including Royal Earl House, David Edward Hughes, Emile Baudot, Donald Murray, Charles Krum, Edward Kleinschmidt and Frederick G.
I rang Sky Sports to check that their results teleprinter wasn't on the blink.
I rushed to the teleprinter and read the incredible words: 'Gandhi shot'.
"Have you heard the news?" At that precise moment, an ancient teleprinter in one corner of the room began to rattle, and paper started to scroll through it.