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The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 37, No. 8 (May 1933)

Editorials,   pp. 119-121


Page 121


Another aid to business
@ 0 . a Teletypewevrller "Central"
Working out new ways to serve the communi-
cation needs of the public is an objective always
in the minds of Bell System men. The new Tele-
typewriter Exchange Service-typing by wire-
is an example.
  For some years Private Wire Teletypewriter
Service has speeded communication between sep-
arated units of many large organizations. Tele-
phone men - anxious to make this service more
widely useful-have now established Teletype-
writer central offices, through which any sub-
scriber to the service may be connected directly
with any other subscriber. Both can type back
and forth - their messages being reproduced sim-
ultaneously at each point.
This new service provides fast, dependable com-
munication and does for the written word what
telephone service does for the spoken word. It
is one more Bell System contribution to busi-
ness efficiency.
   BELL SYSTEM
_ TAKE A TRIP HOME BY TELEPHONE L
| ... TONIGHT AT HALF-PAST EIGHT!
May, 1933
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