telecom devic for deaf in linux?
janina at rednote.net
Wed Nov 26 16:54:39 UTC 2014
I've never found baud ot capable software, though it's been years since
I looked for it.
What worked for me, years ago, was a modem that was baud ot capable.
This was many years ago when getting on line meant dialing a modem, e.g.
The hardware modem accepted standard telecom at 300 over a serial port,
and translated to baud ot. It worked very well.
I wonder whether there might be something like that in hardware today?
A quick Google search for "baud ot modem" turned up the following:
No idea whether it's still sold, but should work with minicom, imo.
Brian Tew writes:
> Hey yall,
> I'm wondering if there is a way to make my linux machine talk with these tdd numbers for deaf people.
> My ears are about shot now.
> This seems like something that should exist.
> apt-cache search has no results for deaf or baudot.
> Nothing for tdd except some testing programs.
> I would appreciate any info or leads to possible sources of info.
> Brian Tew
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