Development of the TTY – Part IV: The Final Chapter

This week at Hearing International marks our “Final Chapter” in the development of the TTY.  Over the past few weeks we  found that the story began with Robert Weitbrect’s invention of the acoustic coupler,  a collaboration with Dr. James Marstens and Andrew Saks (see Part I, Part II and Part III).  These pioneers of the TTY…

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Development of the TTY – Part III

Welcome to Hearing International’s third component of the development of the TTY.  In parts 1 and 2 we learned that the inventor of the TTY, Robert H. Weitbrecht; a deaf orthodontist from Pasadena, James C. Marsters, and Andrew Saks, a deaf engineer and heir to Saks 5th Avenue, met at an A.G. Bell Convention in Salt Lake City in…

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