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This is a citation to pages 7 and 8 in a paper[1].

This is a citation to page 14 in the same paper[2].

This is another citation to pages 7 and 8 in the same paper [1]

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Scratch[edit]

L1 (with nolink=yes) L1 (without nolink=yes)

5-bit Baudot code[edit]

The original standard used by TTYs is a variant of the Baudot code, implemented as 5-bits per character via frequency shift key-modulation, transmitted asynchronously at either 45.5 or 50 baud, 1 start bit, 5 data bits, and 1.5 stop bits. This is a common protocol in the US. Details of the protocol implementation are available in TIA/EIA-825-A.[3][4]

TTY 5-bit character set (Baudot Code)[4]
Code Character
Decimal Hex Binary Letters
(LTRS)
Figures
(FIGS)
0 00 00000 (backspace)
1 01 00001 E 3
2 02 00010 (linefeed)
3 03 00011 A -
4 04 00100 (space)
5 05 00101 S
6 06 00110 I 8
7 07 00111 U 7
8 08 01000 (carriage return)
9 09 01001 D $
10 0A 01010 R 4
11 0B 01011 J '
12 0C 01100 N ,
13 0D 01101 F  !
14 0E 01110 C  :
15 0F 01111 K (
16 10 10000 T 5
17 11 10001 Z "
18 12 10010 L )
19 13 10011 W 2
20 14 10100 H =
21 15 10101 Y 6
22 16 10110 P 0
23 17 10111 Q 1
24 18 11000 O 9
25 19 11001 B  ?
26 1A 11010 G +
27 1B 11011 (FIGS shift)
28 1C 11100 M .
29 1D 11101 X /
30 1E 11110 V  ;
31 1F 11111 (LTRS shift)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Brauneis, Robert (2008-03-21), Copyright and the World's Most Popular Song, pp. 7–8, retrieved 2008-05-08 
  2. ^ Brauneis, Robert (2008-03-21), Copyright and the World's Most Popular Song, p. 14, retrieved 2008-05-08 
  3. ^ Fax, Modem, and Text for IP Telephony. Cisco Press. pp. Chapter #. ISBN 978-1-58705-761-8. 
  4. ^ a b "EIA-TIA-825-A" (PDF).