Telephone | Dec. 27, 2009

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When Alexander Graham Bell invented telephone, that time which switching system was used?
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point to point network...as far as i know..
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well they used and and or gates i belive and i think the first switch system was the 1ESS
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you know what i did some more research and actauly the first switched telephone network arrived in Britain when The Telephone Company Ltd which opened its first public telephone exchange at its offices in Coleman Street, London BELL was the first patoned telephone service, but the Ltd was in effect an exclusive club, to which members paid a subscription - hence the origin of the term 'subscriber'. The exchange served just eight subscribers with a two-panel switchboard.
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Originally Posted by techgeek.in View Post
point to point network...as far as i know..

Congrats! Its Correct!
And about "Rise", I've asked about switching system not about the switch broad was used...
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there were no switches instead der was a round ring..in which der wer so many numbers frm 0 to 9...u put ur finger in dat and dial d number
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thansk pankaj.sea lol.... your right but i would have been right if it was the switchborad questrion lol...