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Re: How a Telephone Works

Paul Vader (
Wed, 14 Sep 2005 21:05:22 -0000

William Warren <> writes:

> Almost all fiber; coaxial cables were retired long ago and are now
> used only for TV transmission, and even then only in locations where
> the coax is "retired in place" (as far as trunk usage goes) and

In selected places at every telco in the company, a bunch of engineers
just spit coffee all over their monitors and started laughing
uncontrollably. *

* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.

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