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Baudot code
A synchronous code in which five equal-length bits represent one character. Note 1: The Baudot code, which was developed circa 1880, has been replaced by the start-stop asynchronous International Alphabet No. 2 (IA No. 2). Note 2: IA No. 2 is not, and should not be identified as, the Baudot code. Note 3: The Baudot code has been widely used in teletypewriter systems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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