teletape

noun tele·tape \ ˈtelə+ˌ- \

Definition of teletape

: a tape perforated in accordance with the telegraph code by a special typewriter and run through a telegraph code by a special typewriter and run through a telegraph transmitter to obtain a higher speed of transmission

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Origin and Etymology of teletape

1tel- + tape


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