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ITU-T S.19

1988 Edition, November 1, 1988

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CALLING AND ANSWERING IN THE TELEX NETWORK WITH AUTOMATIC TERMINAL EQUIPMENT



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This Recommendation describes a method of originating and answering calls on the 50-baud telex network by means of an automatic terminal using a simple telegraph-type interface for the exchange of data or messages.

The equipment that processes these data or messages at the terminal is referred to as the data terminal equipment (DTE). It should be able to carry out automatically all the operations required to set up and clear down calls as well as the sending and receiving of information at 50 bauds on the telex network.

The data circuit terminating equipment (DCE) constitutes the frontier between the DTE and the telex network and offers the possibility of remote maintenance. The DCE effects all signal conversions between the DTE and the telex subscriber line. The DCE may be either a separate unit or a built-in component of the DTE.