Re: TX and RX
Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 11:58:15 GMT
> Jacob Westenbach wrote:
>> They're terms adopted from radio.
> Indeed. I believe the X in TX is used to represent communication, though
> I'm not totally sure. Anyway, the terms were first used in radio,
> probably more as an abbreviation that anything else.
> 73 DE KC9DDI
Actually, they were also used in land line communications systems for years
as well, so it's hard to say where first used.
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