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 for Baudot
From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015) :

  Jean-Maurice-Émile Baudot
  Baudot
  J.M.E. Baudot
  
      (1845-1903) The inventor of the Baudot code.  Baudot
     joined the French Post & Telegraph Administration in 1869 as a
     telegraph operator.  In his own time he developed a code for
     sending several messages at once.  In 1874 Baudot patented his
     first printing telegraph where signals were translated onto paper
     tape.  The Baudot code was adopted first in France and then by
     other nations for  and  transmissions.
  
     The unit of transmission speed, baud, is named after him.
  
     (2013-01-12)
  

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