JavaTTY INTERFACE 3.0x:
Program Overview :
I've kicked this idea around in my head for a while… as Java originally started as a language for programming set top boxes (for Televisions), it has a lot of native support for communications. Does anyone want to lend a hand?
TTY INTERFACE is designed for submarine radio rooms to receive various Teletype broadcasts (i.e. SSIXS/BGIXS, OTCIXS, TADIXS-A, VERDIN, VALLOR and ELF) and translate them for storage on an IBM-PC or compatible computer. Fulfills many DMS requirements. A high-speed algorithm performs ITA-2 (Baudot) to ITA-5 (ASCII) conversion. This duplicates the effort of the Submarine Message Buffer (SMB) which is currently (and very slowly) being implemented in the fleet. Other uses include the ability to translate messages received via E-Mail and send them to message storage and retrieval programs such as MDU, MDS, and MTV. TTY INTERFACE is a SHAREWARE program.
NOTICE: THIS IS A NEW PRODUCT UNDER DEVELOPMENT. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS REMAIN TO BE DETERMINED.