teletex


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teletex

(ˈtɛlɪˌtɛks)
n
(Computer Science) an international means of communicating text between a variety of terminals
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teletex

[ˈteləteks] Nteletexto m
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Even allowing for some judicious question design, the Gallup/Pace findings suggest that the British public, already used to booking last minute bargain holidays via their Ceefax and Teletex videotex services, still see the TV as the focal point of their information age experience.
TMS, for instance, was an early supplier to CBS's failed attempts at teletex back in 1984.
Screen processing and digital full-page layouts are being introduced as well as teletex systems.
Data services include circuit switched asynchronous from 300 to 9600 bps, with the public switched telephone network and the integrated services digital network interworking; circuit switched synchronous from 1200 to 9600 bps, with the public switched telephone network, the integrated services digital network and the circuit switched public data network interworking; asynchronous packet assembler/disassembler access from 300 to 9600 bps, with the packet switched public data network interworking; and teletex and videotex services accessed over a bearer network.
Simplex information systems implemented before 1982 included Teletex systems and stock-quote services.
Adams says the communications plan will permit users to have access to wide-area and value-added networks, as well as to specialized services such as teletex, financial data bases and general-purpose electronic mail facilities.
The ActionTV card also incorporates closed caption display, European Teletex display and stereo support output for CD-quality sound.
Sit back and follow the fun of Lucky Clover from home To check the Irish Lottery results for yourself, see ITV Teletex Page 123, the National Press, or call Freephone 0800 614 695.
If you want to check the Irish Lottery results for yourself, see ITV Teletex Page 123, the National Press or call Results Information Service freephone 0800 614 695.