Weitbrecht Communications

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Weitbrecht Communications, Inc.
Founded 1965
Founders Robert Weitbrecht and James C. Marsters
Headquarters Santa Monica, California, USA
Website www.weitbrecht.com

Weitbrecht Communications, Inc. (WCI) is a Santa Monica, California company that specializes in providing products for deaf people. The company was founded as Applied Communications around 1965 by Robert Weitbrecht and James C. Marsters based on Weitbrecht's invention of the teleprinter at SRI International (then Stanford Research Institute).[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nielson, Donald (2006). A Heritage of Innovation: SRI's First Half Century. SRI International. pp. F1–4. ISBN 978-0-9745208-1-0. 
  2. ^ Lang, Harry G (2000). A phone of our own: the deaf insurrection against Ma Bell. ISBN 1-56368-090-4. 

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