Program for communicating with Deaf relay Services
John J. Boyer
director at chpi.org
Wed Jan 12 21:55:46 UTC 2005
For Windows (perish the thought) Hyperterm works very well. I've used it
with jaws. But I don't want to take down Linux just to make a phone
call, So I'm looking for a Linux program. The relay service here in
Wisconsin requires 300 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit and no parity.
Maybe they accept higher speeds now.
On Wed, Jan 12, 2005 at 04:09:35PM -0500, Lee Maschmeyer wrote:
> Or would it help to approach it from the other end? What does Deaf Relay
> Services expect/recommend? My hearing is getting bad enough I've been
> thinking of seeing about this, so with the great indulgence of the keepers
> of political correctness I'd be interested in the Windows programs too;
> that way we can see what has to be emulated if it isn't already.
> Thanks very much,
> Lee Maschmeyer
> <lee_maschmeyer at wayne.edu>
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