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Siemens T-36
Fernschreiber T Type 36 b - this page is a stub

T. Typ 36 b, commonly abbreviated to T-36, is a teletypewriter (German: Fernschreiber), developed around 1931 by Siemens & Halske in Berlin (Germany), as the successor to the T-25. The machine was intended for use on digital 5-level telegraphy communications networks (telex), using the ITA-2 (baudot) data standard.


Production of the T-36 started in 1931 and lasted until the end of WWII (1945). In the meantime, it had been succeeded in 1933 by the T-37 that remained in production until 1960 [1].

  1. Der technische Fernschreibdienst, Teil 1, Die Fernschreibgeräte
    Detailed description of the Siemens T-36 by the German Navy (German).
    M.Dv.Nr.36/I. Oberkommande der Marine. Berlin, 1940.
  1. Teleprinter Museum, Siemens telex machines
    Retrieved January 2018.
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