Impulse regenerator; this purely electromechanical

Made:
1936

Impulse regenerator; this purely electromechanical device accepts a train of dialled digits, stores them by setting the pins beneath the toothed wheel, then retransmits clean impulses (1936)

Details

Category:
Telecommunications
Object Number:
1970-537
credit:
Plessey Telecommunications
status:
Permanent collection

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