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Re: TDD phone question
There are some etiquette rules that users of TDDs must be aware of. For example, because of the inability to detect when a person has finished speaking, the term "Go Ahead" (GA) is used. Commonly used abbreviations: BRB - Be Right Back; CA - Communications assistant (another term for a relay operator); CU - See You (be seeing you). GA - Go Ahead; SK - Stop Keying; SKSK - Now hanging up; Q, QQ, QM - Question Mark (?); PLS - Please; RO - Relay Operator; OIC - Oh, I See; OPR - Operator; NBR - Number; TMW - Tomorrow; THX - Thanks; WRU - Who are You? (or Where are You?); XXXX - Xs are often used to indicate a typing error instead of backspacing.
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learn e-mail and texting etiquette before you make a complete fool of yourself as upper case is termed abusive and swearing
in any case do you think that using capitals or upper case makes your statement any more informative or assertive
you obviously lack any manners at all but worse still you lack education
But then again I probably used words that you have never heard of before like etiquette and manners
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TTD/TTY devices use normal phone lines to communicate. An individual with a TTY/TDD can either communicate with another TTY/TDD device or can make a call to a standard telephone. In this case, the TTY/TDD device calls a live relay operator and the live relay operator communicates with both parties either with a TTY/TDD device or uses their normal human voice on a standard telephone. It is important to note that there are different protocols that can be used to communicate with TTY/TDD devices, however many newer TTY/TDD devices can handle a wide range of protocols and can even communicate directly from a personal computer using special software and a computer modem.