Uses for Computers: TelephoneBy Bennett, Robert; ACCENT on Living,
(Pages: 84) Publication Date: Summer, 1995
The article describes the options available through computers for using the telephone for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. It describes conventional telecommunication devices for the deaf (TDDs), in comparison with the MIC300i, a combination modem and TTY manufactured by Microflip, Inc. and used on a computer. The article describes how the MIC300i functions, and the positive and negative aspects of the system. The article provides contact information for Microflip, Inc.
Published by: Cheever Publishing, Inc.
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