Definitions for "TTY"
French: appareil de télécommunications pour sourds (ATS) A telecommunications device, similar to a portable computer with a small display screen, which enables people with a hearing and/or speech impairment to communicate via typed messages instead of with their ears or voice. TTY users can communicate with other TTY users, as well as non-TTY users, via Bell Relay Service (BRS). (See Bell Relay Service.)
This term refers to a means of sending data one character at a time. The TTY interface is often used by dumb terminals to communicate with mainframes....
Text-telephone used by deaf and hard of hearing people.
a machine that accepts graphic communication (i
Basic asynchronous ASCII-coded data communications.
See asynchronous.
Sends Cisco enterprise-specific notifications when a TCP connection closes.
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