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Chinese Telegraph Code Book

Postby StuartCa » 08 Feb 2012, 15:49

I know this is a long shot but does anyone have a copy of the Chinese Telegraph handbook that I can borrow or look at? Although it fell out of use with introduction of computers, a website I found said it's still use by Ham radio enthusiasts in Taiwan.

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Re: Chinese Telegraph Code Book

Postby ironlady » 09 Feb 2012, 03:05

Hi,
I don't have the book (though I knew a man once who had memorized it -- yes really -- and sat all day working as a Chinese typesetter using only those codes for input!) but the codes can be found online:
Telegraphic Code Lookup

Hope that will help.
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Re: Chinese Telegraph Code Book

Postby StuartCa » 09 Feb 2012, 08:33

Thanks IL but it's actually a copy of the book I'm after. I think I may have found one in HK.
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