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Please Assist: Help Requested for EDTN

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Richard Crowley

Jan 1, 1970
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Will someone please assist me in answering my questions in the below
thread?

http://groups.google.com/group/bit....e_frm/thread/10f154c7215a31a6?scoring=d&hl=en


Thanks for your cooperation and understanding,

Hard to cooperate or understand when you make up acronyms
apparently out of thin air and then demand that they be defined
and explained. It is the kind of scenario that would make a good
scene on Monty Python.

If "EDTN" is really an acronym that you didn't make up yourself,
tell us where you saw it. Even better trace it back through the
context yourself. You might learn something about research
instead of asking everyone else to do it for you.
 
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Jerry Avins

Jan 1, 1970
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Green said:
Hi:

Will someone please assist me in answering my questions in the below
thread?

...

Where did you hear of your particular combination of letters? Isn't that
a good place to start if you want to track down its meaning? You seem to
have an idea that it's a kind of telephone service for people with a
particular disability. That's pretty specific. What makes you think so?

Jerry
 
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Green Xenon [Radium]

Jan 1, 1970
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Don Bowey

Jan 1, 1970
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Quotes from http://www.teletec.co.uk/minicoms/uniphone.php :

"Baudot, CCITT and EDTN codes"

Quotes from
http://groups.google.com/group/24hoursupport.helpdesk/msg/69ccb7c241b916d2?hl=
en&
:

"It's a long time since I had anything to do with this but the 'normal'
standards were/are Baudot, CCITT and EDTN."

Now would someone please assist me on this?

That you provide bullshit as information, doesn't help.

Your answer is here..... Google for "tted directive"

Include the quote marks.
 
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Richard Crowley

Jan 1, 1970
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Green Xenon said:
Quotes from http://www.teletec.co.uk/minicoms/uniphone.php :

"Baudot, CCITT and EDTN codes"

Quotes from
http://groups.google.com/group/24hoursupport.helpdesk/msg/69ccb7c241b916d2?hl=en& :

"It's a long time since I had anything to do with this but the 'normal'
standards were/are Baudot, CCITT and EDTN."

Now would someone please assist me on this?

What happened when you asked Teletec?
What happened when you asked Peter Andrews?

Just throwing out questions like this clearly isn't getting you anywhere.
Your tone of insistence isn't winning you any friends, either.
 
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Jerry Avins

Jan 1, 1970
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Green said:
Quotes from http://www.teletec.co.uk/minicoms/uniphone.php :

"Baudot, CCITT and EDTN codes"

Quotes from
http://groups.google.com/group/24hoursupport.helpdesk/msg/69ccb7c241b916d2?hl=en&
:

"It's a long time since I had anything to do with this but the 'normal'
standards were/are Baudot, CCITT and EDTN."

Now would someone please assist me on this?

Don't believe everything you read. Baudot code was a five-bit code for a
teletype-like machine (with two modal shift characters so some keys had
three meanings). CCITT was a standards organization, now superceded. For
all I know, Baudot may have been the subject of one of their standards.

What gives you an idea that EDTN has anything to do with deafness? If it
does, it may be similar to TTY/TDD in the U.S.

Jerry
 
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IanB

Jan 1, 1970
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What gives you an idea that EDTN has anything to do with deafness? If it
does, it may be similar to TTY/TDD in the U.S.

It's the European Deaf Telephone (Network) that is used in a few
European countries - Germany and Switzerland for example. It uses V21
modulation, but only one channel, and runs at 110 baud.

Took me less than 5 minutes to find using a search engine - the OP
couldn't have been trying too hard.
 
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Richard Owlett

Jan 1, 1970
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Jerry said:
...

Where did you hear of your particular combination of letters? Isn't that
a good place to start if you want to track down its meaning? You seem to
have an idea that it's a kind of telephone service for people with a
particular disability. That's pretty specific. What makes you think so?

Jerry

Using *_ONLY_* information from his "Fri, 28 Sep 2007 11:04:03 -0700"
post and spending approximately 10 minutes with Google I came up with 10
URL's of agencies/firms which would be able to answer ANY legitimate
question or be willing/able to "tell him where to go" [intentional
double entendre]. The majority of sources are either commercial or
governmental sites. Remainder appear to be charitable sites.

All he would probably need would be a cogent reason for asking.
 
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Don Bowey

Jan 1, 1970
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Jerry said:
...

Where did you hear of your particular combination of letters? Isn't that
a good place to start if you want to track down its meaning? You seem to
have an idea that it's a kind of telephone service for people with a
particular disability. That's pretty specific. What makes you think so?

Jerry

Using *_ONLY_* information from his "Fri, 28 Sep 2007 11:04:03 -0700"
post and spending approximately 10 minutes with Google I came up with 10
URL's of agencies/firms which would be able to answer ANY legitimate
question or be willing/able to "tell him where to go" [intentional
double entendre]. The majority of sources are either commercial or
governmental sites. Remainder appear to be charitable sites.

All he would probably need would be a cogent reason for asking.

And enough effective intelligence to understand what is presented so he can
connect the dots.
 
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Green Xenon [Radium]

Jan 1, 1970
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It's the European Deaf Telephone (Network) that is used in a few
European countries - Germany and Switzerland for example. It uses V21
modulation, but only one channel, and runs at 110 baud.

Where did you find this information? Specifically, where did you find
that EDTN is “European Deaf Telephone Network”?
Took me less than 5 minutes to find using a search engine

Really? What search engine did you use?

I used Google.
 
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Eeyore

Jan 1, 1970
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IanB said:
It's the European Deaf Telephone (Network) that is used in a few
European countries - Germany and Switzerland for example. It uses V21
modulation, but only one channel, and runs at 110 baud.

Took me less than 5 minutes to find using a search engine - the OP
couldn't have been trying too hard.

Why am I not surprised ?

He knows that already anyway ! Radium's posted about it before with an
exaplantion of what it means.

It's just more absurd attention seeking from the clueless idiot.

Graham
 
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Eeyore

Jan 1, 1970
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Green Xenon said:
Where did you find this information? Specifically, where did you find
that EDTN is “European Deaf Telephone Network”?

You knew that already you lying sack of shit.

Graham
 
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IanB

Jan 1, 1970
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Where did you find this information?

A couple of the sites I came across mentioned it - I can't remember
which ones. Nothing technical, just a brief description.
Specifically, where did you find
that EDTN is “European Deaf Telephone Network”?

I didn't. The "Network" bit was in brackets because I meant, but
forgot, to put a question mark in there as well.
Really? What search engine did you use?

Microsoft Live Search
 
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Green Xenon [Radium]

Jan 1, 1970
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IanB said:
On Fri, 28 Sep 2007 12:26:29 -0700, "Green Xenon [Radium]"
Specifically, where did you find
that EDTN is “European Deaf Telephone Network”?
I didn't. The "Network" bit was in brackets because I meant, but
forgot, to put a question mark in there as well.

So, IOW, you don't know for sure that EDTN equates to “European Deaf
Telephone Network”? I was afraid that would happen.

Whenever I've asked about EDTN [in relation to TDD], anyone who does
give an answer does not seem to know whether it is 100% correct. So my
suspicion was confirmed. !#%!$

Not trying to be a nuisance but I’m going crazy because of the
difficulty in answering my question.

Anyways, I am going to read the "TTE directive" and hopefully it will
answer my question.
 
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