Receive message process is active in all three operational states (lCT, KSR, RO). However, the
receive message process changes in the ICT state.
Terminal is able to interpret the two receive envelope sequences, beginning and clos-
ing, when these sequences are used in the received message.
Receive envelope beginning and closing sequences can be used in any combination
as described below.
Receive message process consists of the following sequence:
(1) When receive envelope beginning sequence is used (see
Incoming characters are compared and discarded until envelope sequence is
Next character is considered first of the message.
(2) When receive envelope beginning sequence is not used:
First character received is considered first character in the message.
q When in ASCII mode, characters are saved in message memory.
(1) The operator can command the terminal to transmit a message stored in message
Operator starts the transmit message process by entering the System Command
q Operator then enters the number assigned to the message, followed by a carriage-
If the message contains a channel sequence number, refer back to