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The telephone is a truly ubiquitous item in the American, and global, environment. Telephones are in nearly every American home and office, and in many automobiles. The telephone has changed the way Americans communicate, bringing instant communication into situations where letters or telegrams would have once been the only way to communicate (such as long.distance communications. In recent years, the telecommunications revolution has resulted in much more than just voice being transmitted over phone wires: data, in the form of modems and faxes, is now commonly sent over the wire network once designed for voice transfer. However, the wired telephone has received increased competition from an invention which happened on the scene at approximately the same time: radio. The great difference between these ..."
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