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Teletex—A worldwide link among office systems for electronic document exchange

D. J. Moore
1983 IBM Systems Journal  
Teletex is a new international telecommunication service that provides direct electronic document exchange between such office text machines as electronic typewriters and word processors that are equipped  ...  Teletex is an international standard aimed at integrating office products and worldwide telecommunication. It represents a major step in the development of the office of the future.  ...  They have represented IBM at various CCITT study group meetings over the years and have proposed numerous technical matters concerning Teletex.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.221.0030 fatcat:nkkmiw6nnrdhnmraytokgjscdi

Contents of Volume 22, 1983

1983 IBM Systems Journal  
Teletex—-A worldwide link among office systems for electronic document exchange D. J. Moore A token-ring network for local data communications R. C. Dixon, N. C. Strole, and J. D.  ...  A. Weingarten Defining routing tables for SNA networks K. Maruyama Windows in the sky—Flow control in SNA networks with satellite links G. A. Grover and K.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.224.0466 fatcat:by3oskz4u5fbnku4eckibqofym

Subject Index 1975-1984

1984 IBM Systems Journal  
5 X.25 and related recommendations in IBM products Deaton, 22, 1/2, 11 TeletexA worldwide link among office systems for electronic document exchange Moore, 22, 1/2, 30 A token-ring network for local  ...  , 21, 3, 351 SNA Distribution Services TeletexA worldwide link among office systems for electronic Housel, 22, 4, 319 document exchange Interconnecting SNA networks Maser, 28, 1/2, 30 Benjamin, 22, 4,  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.234.0397 fatcat:42pae6nybnbijir7g3yiptdz7e

The history, development, and future of telecommunications in Europe

F.L. Stumpers
1984 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Betulander and Palmgren had developed a registercontrolled relay system for small exchanges. This system was adapted to the capacity required for a large exchange.  ...  In 1959, LME's subsidiary, North Electric Company, received an inquiry for an all-electronic exchange to form part of a tactical communications system for the United States Air Force.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.1984.1091944 fatcat:ze2qenzzl5afhc676oqc7bv2ve

Open Systems Interconnection

J. R. Aschenbrenner
1986 IBM Systems Journal  
A number of OS1 standards have been completed, others are near completion, and initial product offerings by vendors have begun.  ...  The IBM view of OS1 and how it relates to Systems Network Architecture is also discussed.  ...  The Data Link Layer provides error detection and correction, establishment and release of data link connections, link flow control, identification, and parameter exchange.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.253.0369 fatcat:hhfhyowwyjcytb4onzskxwxd6q

Page 30 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 22, Issue 1-2 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
TeletexA worldwide link among office systems for electronic document exchange Teletex is a new international telecommunication service that provides direct electronic document exchange between such office  ...  its users to exchange documents electronically with a high degree of automation, speed, a.  ... 

Page 403 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 23, Issue 4 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
Advanced program-to-program communication in SNA A case study of office workstation use Gray, 22, 4, 298 Bullen, 21, 3, 351 SNA Distribution Services TeletexA worldwide link among office systems for electronic  ...  Housel, 22, 4, 319 document exchange Interconnecting SNA networks Maser, 28, 1/2, 30 Benjamin, 22, 4, 344 A token-ring network for local data communications An experimental address space isolation technique  ... 

Page 466 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 22, Issue 4 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
Teletex—-A worldwide link among office systems for electronic document exchange D. J. Moore A token-ring network for local data communications R. C. Dixon, N. C. Strole, and J. D.  ...  A. Weingarten Defining routing tables for SNA networks K. Maruyama Windows in the sky—Flow control in SNA networks with satellite links G. A. Grover and K.  ... 

Telecommunications and the IEEE Communications Society

A. Joel
2002 IEEE Communications Magazine  
A worldwide trial was held in 1986.  ...  In 1941 the first tandem crossbar office, enabling connection among many different types of switching systems, was deployed. U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2002.1006966 fatcat:dfrafu7byvfddiwgrrwb437utq

Electronic Messaging - Message-Handling: The Key to Worldwide Electronic Communication

Georg Hess
1987 Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe)   unpublished
. <>, as the term for the exchange of locally independent messages and news goes, is being introduced to the individual working place on a worldwide scale with the powerful PTT-Data Packet Switching Networks  ...  It has become possible to use a PC or portable to do a job at a customer's office, at your own office or at home.  ...  Thus, minimized costs for linking in-house systems and public systems can be realized, and the vulnerability which is known among users of centralized systems can be reduced.  ... 
doi:10.52842/conf.ecaade.1987.x.k0w fatcat:tghnx7p7zvblzpw6plj4gmhbli

Author Index 1975-1984

1984 IBM Systems Journal  
A., see McEnroe, P. V., 14, 1, 3 (1975). MOORE, D. J., TeletexA worldwide link among office systems for electronic document exchange, 22, 1/2, 30 (1983); G321-5181. MOORE, R.  ...  ., Office-by-Example: A business language that unifies data and word processing and electronic mail, 21, 3, 272 (1982); G321-5170. 396 auTHoR INDEX 1975-1984 IBM SYSTEMS JOURNAL, VOL 23, NO 4, 1984  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.234.0388 fatcat:lrkqxynb7ngcdcu4c2vmr2hlmq

Towards a Negotiable Definition of Propaganda for International Agreements Related to Direct Broadcast Satellites

Jon T. Powell
1982 Law & Contemporary Problems  
the exchange of information and promoting cultural exchanges and enhancing the educational level of peoples of various countries.  ...  S]atellite broadcasting should serve the purposes of peace, friendly relations, and understanding among peoples, of social and economic development particularly in the developing countries, of expanding  ...  I spent most of the 1950s as a government Information Officer abroad, and I found that merely "informing" people was not enough. We had to make a case for our views, as others were doing for theirs.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1191293 fatcat:q3g73efr5rdjnlfxjdokooeasm

Telecommunication [1935]

S. H. Witt
2010 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
People spend a lot of their time already on social networking sites. The latest statistic that I came across is that you spend one in six minutes on sites like Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.  ...  Social sites provide a platform for end users to upload their own content for easy dissemination among their peers.  ...  A second programme which will provide a bridge between the existing crossbar switching system and the next generation electronic switching systems is "crossbar modernization."  ... 
doi:10.2104/tja10034 fatcat:ioc6onbktnawpbhktw67iebquq

The work of CCITT in the field of telematic services [chapter]

Rolf Rüggeberg
Networking in Open Systems  
Those who work with information include, among others: office workers, percent, compared with a growth rate of 30 percent for the state's manufacturing industry as a whole (Times-Call, Jan. 8, 1982) .  ...  Teletex Teletex is a new telegraphy service which offers many sophisticated features combining both certain office typewriter facilities (including editing functions) and transmission functions in order  ...  Where these Recommendations have an impact on the basic design and features of data processing systems and office equipment (nominally DTE), they shall he the subject of consultation between CCITT and  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0026950 dblp:conf/ibm/Ruggeberg86 fatcat:imqemue2lrellgctcbapvdn4wm

"The facts about fax" : facsimile transmission and archives

Erwin Wodarczak
1991
What is needed is a basic understanding of the technology involved, and a thorough knowledge of archival concep [...]  ...  At the same time, the basic technology for fax has been in existence for some 150 years. Nevertheless, there has been little analysis of facsimile transmission in an archival context.  ...  When several PCs are linked together in a local area network (LAN), one fax machine can serve the entire system.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0098424 fatcat:4b2crj2wmjdolniqaiwfouzapi
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