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Teleprinter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1166 words)
A global teleprinter network, called the Telex network, was established in the 1920s, and was used through most of the 20th century for business communications.
The main difference from a standard teleprinter is that telex includes a switched routing network, originally based on pulse-telephone dialing.
Telex is still in use for certain applications such as shipping, news, weather reporting and military command.
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