neil at HEARINGLOSSHELP.COM
Thu Jul 14 18:15:05 UTC 2005
>When I think of old TTY shorthand of SK, SK, it literally translates
>as "Sealed With a Kiss"
I love your version, :-) but SK is the old telegrapher's way of
ending a message. It is the abbreviation for "Stop Keying" which in
Morse code is the distinctive Di, di, dit. Dah, di, dah.
Neil Bauman, Ph.D.
Center for Hearing Loss Help
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Stewartstown, PA 17363
Phone: (717) 993-8555
FAX: (717) 993-6661
Email: neil at hearinglosshelp.com
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