|Re: Hypothetical SxS Question|
|Robert Bonomi (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 09 Dec 2005 15:50:42 -0000
In article <email@example.com>,|
> This question is purely speculative only, not for real use.
> Suppose we wanted to install a PABX using step-by-step gear in a condo
> One person says the stations ought to have a four digit number that
> While the above is easier to remember, wouldn't that be a waste of SxS
A 'subset' 4-digit system (where all digits are in the range 1-4) would
> The Bell System history talks about "graded multiples" to more
> Now if we wanted to implement the above using modern technology, would
Correct, one approach would be a _little_ PC (e.g. a 386 box),
And, of course, with computer-based system, you can assign 'dialable'
The problem is going to be in those 'line cards'. 250 'stations'
Then, if this is going to be more than an 'intercom' system, you need
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