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... Most teleprinters used the 5-bit Baudot code (also known as ITA2) ... This limited the character set to 32 codes (25 = 32) ... The Baudot code was used asynchronously with start and stop bits the asynchronous code design was intimately linked with the start-stop electro-mechanical design of teleprinters ...
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