(6) The operator will check all received messages to insure that communication with the
distant station(s) has been established.
In the KSR state, the terminal prints a received line of text after a car-
riage return is found in the received text, or the 81st character is receiv-
ed, or a 0.5 to 1.5 second time lapse between received characters is
(7) When communication with the distant station(s) has been satisfactorily established,
the operator will sign off and place the terminal's POWER switch in the OFF position.
(1) Check the settings of the internal controls on the interface assembly to insure
conformance with the station's SOP or CEOI.
(2) Refer to paragraph 2-12, for operating the terminal in the ICT state, TTY
In the TTY command, the operator can transmit only a one line message
at a time. The line length is set to 80 characters automatically for this
(3) The operator will place the terminal's POWER switch to the ON position.
(4) After the terminal has printed the ICT Operation Validation/State Determination
printout, the operator will place the terminal in the TTY command using the keystroke
The terminal will respond with a carriage-return and line-feed; the installer may now
enter a line of text.
The text of the line (80 characters maximum) is composed, and may be edited using
the DLC, DLL and REV keys.
The line of text is transmitted with an end-of-line sequence appended, and in an
envelope, when a carriage-return is entered.
The line of text is not printed on the terminal when it is transmitted to
the distant station(s).