“Mr. Watson, I want you here”, Alexander Graham Bell knew so well that he has created a revolution when he said these words after testing his telephone experiment. It was the first of its kind and an invention that revolutionized the way we communicate with people separated by geographic distances and barriers. Years after its invention, telephones have penetrated almost every nook and corner of this world and a large proportion of these connections are landline phones. Once a luxury, telephones aremore of a habit now, indispensible requirement of any 20th century citizen. These devices have been sitting silently in most homes in modest corners that no one seems to question what goes on inside them that they keep on working without maintenance and battery.In this insight, we intend to look inside them to know for sure, what are they made of.
Internal Circuitry of the Base
Corded telephones have come a long way from their invention and features such as caller identification, alarm, hands free speaker phone are also coming embedded in these phones. Cordless phones are also an enhanced version of these phones that provide more mobility to the handset for a limited range around the base. Landline corded phones have placed themselves in a permanent in every household and are indispensible in large offices.
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