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Call-a-matic Automatic Dialers

Call-a-matic

First there was the 1671, then the 2671.  Find out the differences in the BSPs and read about the history in a Bell Labs Record article.  Simply search for "Call-a-matic"


Major TCI Library Sections

  • Bell System Practices
    • Index Documents
    • Handbooks
    • Early AT&T Specifications
    • BSPs: Letter-coded
    • BSPs: Numeric Division Numbers
    • Canadian Practices
  • Bruce Crawford Switching Library
    • WEco Switching Documents
    • SDs and CDs
    • Manufacturer Catalogs and Data Sheets
  • Wiring Diagrams
  • Catalogs, Manuals and Educational Documents
    • Employee Publications
    • Marketing Brochures
    • Training Manuals
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TCI Members Only Documents (MOD)
In addition to documents in the Library, TCI Members can access documents that were contributed to TCI with the restriction that they are made available to TCI Members only, and are not to be posted on any publicly available web site.
 
Most are large manufacturer catalogs, restricted distribution documents or files that have had extensive processing by TCI volunteers, such as page straightening, clean-up and OCR.
 
The MOD area is accessed from the Members Area menu entry on the TCI site or the Members Area link under TCI Sites in the menu above on this page.
 

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