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acoustic couplersの例文

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  • His acoustic coupler is known as the Weitbrecht Modem.
  • The earliest versions used acoustic couplers or key phones; then smaller terminals with internal modems.
  • So why is somebody making a device that uses an acoustic coupler to check e-mail?
  • Acoustic couplers were sensitive to external noise and depended on the widespread standardization of the dimensions of telephone handsets.
  • The Model 33 could accommodate an internal modem with an optional acoustic coupler to the right of the keyboard.
  • Early on, some chasers carried acoustic couplers to download batches of raw surface and upper air data from payphones.
  • Since most handsets were supplied by Western Electric and thus of a standard design, acoustic couplers were relatively easy to build.
  • Q : A long time ago, when I traveled a lot, I used an acoustic coupler to dial in from hotels.
  • Acoustic couplers are still used by people travelling in areas of the world where electrical connection to the telephone network is illegal or impractical.
  • The next morning, after being Grand Central station, where they use payphones and acoustic couplers to begin their assault on the Gibson.
  • Acoustic couplers have always been able to do that, but it involves attaching the two suction cups to the ear and mouthpiece of the handset.
  • This was particularly problematic with early home modems which used acoustic couplers, because most home phones were hard-wired to the wall at that time.
  • Prism developed a broad range of modems from a simple acoustic coupler to integrated'network interfaces'for each of the early home and personal computers.
  • Direct electrical connections to telephone networks, once they were made legal, rapidly became the preferred method of attaching modems, and the use of acoustic couplers dwindled.
  • The usual terminal for a TSB system was a Teletype Model 33 ASR and connected directly to the I / O processor or through a modem or acoustic coupler.
  • It was possible to use the Model 100 with most phones in the world with the use of an optional acoustic coupler that fit over a standard telephone handset.
  • The Scrib was designed as a portable drafting tool for journalists : it was linked to an acoustic coupler, enabling reporters to send their articles over standard phone landines.
  • After being approached by James C . Marsters, Weitbrecht came up with a revised design for the acoustic coupler ( now called a modem ), which used echo suppression.
  • Back then, people logged on by using acoustic couplers attached to telephone receivers and teletype terminals connected to large mainframes _ the network's " host " computers.
  • In Germany the very restrictive rules of the state-owned telephone system prevented widespread use of inexpensive, non-telco licensed modems, prompting the use of inferior acoustic couplers instead.
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