The Hellschreiber or Feldhellschreiber (also Hell-Schreiber named after its inventor Rudolf Hell) is a facsimile-based teleprinter invented by Rudolf Hell.
Ernie's Hellschreiber page- AMATEUR RADIO AND MORE. Hellschreiber Mmm! very interesting! by Ernie Mills, WM2U.
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Hellschreiber, or Hell, is a method of sending and receiving text using facsimile technology. It is unique in that the characters are not decoded, but "painted" or ...
When I became the proud caretaker/operator of the Feld-Hell machine from Hans, PAØCX, in 2008, I decided to create a web page for it. As you can see from the main ...
Hellschreiber Interface cocoaModem implements two Hellschreiber modes, the more common Feld-Hell mode and also two variants of the more robust FM-Hell mode.
Hellschreiber is a mode that was patented back in 1929, by Rudolf Hell. Like SSTV or facsimile, Hellschreiber is a "visual" mode. Whereas RTTY or PSK31 software can ...
Hellschreiber is a German name, meaning "bright writing", or "clear writing". Hellschreiber is anything but a new mode. It was first patented in 1929 which ...
INTRODUCTION Radio communications, like most things in this world, would appear to come in two forms, analogue and digital. Analogue refers to things that have ...
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