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NETT Station Installation HB 1969 TOC
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Name:NETT Station Installation HB 1969 TOC
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New England Telephone Handbook Table of Contents.  All BSPs in this list are available in the full handbook or as individual files.  From New England Telephone Station Installation Handbook, June 1969.  Extracted by Sam Etler.

Table of Contents (TOC)

010-100-001 First Aid
010-100-010 First Aid - Prevention Of and First Aid For Skin Irritation From Creosote
010-100-012 Rescue of Employee From Pole
010-100-013 Rescue of Employee From Live Wire on Ground
075-160-301 Screwdrivers - Selection, Use and Maintenance
080-115-101 B Automatic Drill
080-120-101 Grounding Portable Electric Power Tools
081-710-200 Insulating Gloves, Leather Protectors, Fabric Liners, and Glove Bag - Description
081-720-101 Body Belts and Safety Straps - Description and Use
081-721-101 Fabric Body Belts and Safety Straps - Description and Use
081-730-101 Climbers - Description and Use
460-100-100 Station and PBX Protection Required For Various Conditions of Plant
460-100-101 Station Protectors - Identification and Selection
460-100-200 Station Protection - Installation and Inspection
460-100-201 Station Protector and Signaling Grounds - Selection and Installation
460-110-100 Special Services Protective Devices - Description
461-200-100 Selection of Communication Cable in Buildings
461-200-200 Selection of Route For Station Wire and Cable
461-200-201 Separation and Mechanical Protection For Wire and Cable
461-200-202 Concealing Wire and Cable Without Conduits or Raceways
461-200-210 Station Wire and Cable Attaching and Fastening - Description
461-200-211 B Plenum Cable - Description and Installation
461-600-100 Connecting Blocks - Selection
461-606-100 71-, 74-, and 75-Type Connecting Blocks - Identification, Installation, and Wiring
461-630-100 Station Equipment - Jacks, Plugs, and Adapters - Identification, Installation, and Service
461-630-101 Jacks and Jack Mountings For Portable Telephone Sets, Indoor Type - Identification, Installation, and Connections
461-630-102 Jacks and Jack Mountings For Portable Telephone Sets, Outdoor Type - Identification, Installation, and Connections
461-630-105 Plugs For Portable Telephone Sets - Identification and Connections
462-070-016 Clearances for Drop Wire in the Medium Loading Area
462-070-017 Clearances for Drop Wire in the Heavy Loading Area
462-240-200 Drop and Block Wiring - Drops From Open and Rural Wire Lines
462-300-205 Drop and Block Wiring - Strand Attachments
462-350-213 Drop and Block Wiring - Fastening and Equipping Drop Wire Runs to Buildings
462-350-214 Drop and Block Wiring - Fastening and Equipping Intermediate and Last Attachments of Drop and Block Wire Runs on Buildings
462-400-205 Drop and Block Wiring - Placing Drop Wire Where Power Exposure is Less Than 300 Volts
462-400-206 Aerial Service (Drop Wire) - Placing, Replacing, Lowering, and Removing
462-400-211 Drop and Block Wiring - Pole-To-Building and Pole-To-Pole Runs
462-450-205 Drop and Block Wiring - Separation and Mechanical Protection
462-460-200 Drop Wire - Placing Wire for Mobile Homes
462-470-241 Drop and Block Wiring - Disposition of Wire at Terminal or Pole on Discontinuance of Service
462-500-100 Drop and Block Wiring - Multiple Drop Wire - Description
462-500-200 Drop and Block Wiring - Multiple Drop Wire - Placing
462-600-200 Dedicated Plant - Wiring Access Points
462-800-311 Drop and Block Wiring - Lowering and Replacing Drop Wire - Voltages Less Than 300 Involved
462-800-312 Drop and Block Wiring - Lowering and Replacing Drop Wire - Voltages of 300 to 750 Involved
463-110-200 Auxiliary Signals - Installation and Maintenance
463-110-400 Auxiliary Signals - Connections
500-114-100 Ringing Limitations
500-115-400 Special Connections for Telephone Sets and Subscriber Sets Using 3-Element Electron Tubes in Ringing Circuit
500-124-180 Stations Sets and Apparatus for Special Applications - Selection
500-128-180 Telephone Apparatus for Impaired Hearing - Selection
500-150-100 Radio Signal Suppression for Telephone Sets - Identification, Installation, and Maintenance
500-810-200 Reference - Packaging and Handling Disconnected Station Apparatus
501-136-100 Station Transformers - Identification
501-140-102 Handset Cords - Identification
501-162-100 Station Dials - 5, 6, 7, and 8 Types - Identification and Maintenance
501-162-101 9-Type Station Dials - Identification and Maintenance
501-162-102 Station Dials - 10- and 11-Type - Identification and Maintenance
501-162-103 Station Dials - Touch-Tone Type - Selection
501-210-102 G3-, G4-, G5-, and G11-Type Handsets - Identification, Maintenance, and Connections
501-210-103 G12A, G15A, and G15Y Handsets - Identification, Connections, and Maintenance
501-211-102 G6-, G7-, G8-, G13-, G66-, and K6-Type Handsets (Amplifier) - Identification, Connections, Conversion, and Maintenance
501-250-300 Ringers - General Maintenance and Ringing Tests
501-252-100 F1A Ringer
501-258-101 L1A-Type Ringers - Identification, Installation, Connections, and Maintenance
502-120-200 Telephone Sets and Associated Station Apparatus - Selection of Indoor Locations
502-120-202 Selecting Outdoor Locations
502-200-200 Subscriber Sets - Loud Ringing Bells - Installation
502-320-100 Hand Telephone Set - 220A, 1220A, and 2220B - Identification, Installation, Maintenance, and Connections
502-321-100 Telephone Bases - AC1 and AD1 - Identification, Installation, and Maintenance
502-321-400 Hand Telephone Sets - 220A, 1220A, and 2220B - Telephone Bases - AC1 and AD1 Trimline Connections
502-510-100 Telephone Sets - 500, 501, 554, and 556 Types - Identification, Installation, and Maintenance
502-510-121 Telephone Sets - 2500 and 2554 Types - Identification, Installation, and Maintenance
502-510-400 Telephone Sets - 500A, B and 501A, B - Common Battery - Connections
502-510-401 Telephone Sets - 500C/D and 501C/D - Connections
502-510-404 Telephone Sets - 500J, K and 501J, K - Common Battery - Connections
502-510-408 Telephone Sets - 500U and 501U (Illuminated Dial and Night Light) - Common Battery - Connections
502-510-450 Telephone Sets - 2500D - Connections
502-510-460 Telephone Sets - 2554B - Connections
502-520-402 Telephone Sets - 532A, B and 533A, B (Amplifier Sets for Impaired Hearing) - Common Battery - Connections
502-520-404 Telephone Sets - 535 Type - Connections
502-710-101 Telephone Sets - 701, 702, 711, 712, and 713 Types - Identification, Installation, and Maintenance
502-710-103 Telephone Sets - 2702, 2712, and 2713 Types - Identification, Installation, and Maintenance
502-710-400 Telephone Sets - 701B - Connections
502-710-401 Telephone Sets - 701D - Connections
502-710-403 Telephone Sets - 702B - Connections
502-710-405 Telephone Sets - 702D - Connections
502-710-410 Telephone Sets - 711B - Connections
502-710-415 Telephone Sets - 712B - Connections
502-710-433 Telephone Sets - 1702B-Type - Connections
502-710-440 Telephone Sets - 2702-Type - Connections
502-750-100 Telephone Sets - 750, 751, 1750, 1751, 2750, and 2751 Types - Identification, Installation, and Maintenance
502-750-400 Telephone Sets - 750A and 750B - Connections
502-750-420 Telephone Sets - 1750-Type - Connections
506-110-100 Coin Collectors - General Information and Method of Operation
506-110-103 Alarm Switches and Security Devices for Coin Collectors/Telephones - Identification and Installation
506-110-200 Coin Collectors/Coin Telephone - Installation
506-319-409 Coin Collectors - Prepay - 234 (G) - 230, 233 (C, D, G, H) - 220, 223 (CT, DT, GT, HT) - 191, 195, 196, 197 (CNT, DNT, GNT, HNT) - Connections
506-322-400 Coin Telephone - 236G - Connections
506-326-100 Coin Telephone - 1A-Type - Identification
506-326-200 Coin Telephones - 1A-Type - Installation and Maintenance
506-326-400 Coin Telephone - 1A- and 2A-Type - Connections
506-326-500 Coin Telephone - 1A- and 2A-Type - Operation Tests and Trouble Analysis
506-430-402 Coin Collectors - Postpay - 193G, H; 198G, H - Community Dial Office Service - Common Battery - Connections
506-430-403 Coin Collectors - Postpay - 210G, H; 212G, H; 193GN, HN; and 198GN, HN - Connections
620-105-010 B-Voltage Tester - Use on Joint-Use Poles and Other Equipment
620-105-300 Field Repair of a B Voltage Tester
620-131-010 Precautions To Be Taken Before Climbing Poles or Working From Strand- Or Pole-Supported Equipment
620-132-010 Safeguards To Be Taken Before Climbing Poles - Testing Poles
620-133-010 Safeguards To Be Taken Before Climbing Poles - Temporary Supports
620-216-013 Clearances on Jointly Used Poles
620-216-014 Climbing Space on Jointly Used Poles
623-300-202 Open Wire - Bridling to Line Wire
624-300-200 Wire Terminals - Installation of 104-Type Wire Terminals and 116-Type Protectors
624-300-205 Wire Terminals - Installation of 105A
627-295-500 Testing Suspension Strand
629-720-200 Buried Plant - Terminations
629-720-205 Buried Plant - Terminations of Buried Wire at Junctions With Buried Plant
629-720-215 Buried Wire - D and E Buried Wire Terminals
629-760-200 Buried Wire - Splicing One-Pair B Underground Wire
629-760-206 Buried Wire - Splicing D Underground Wire
629-760-211 Buried Plant - Splicing B Service Wire
629-760-215 Buried Wire - Installation of 179A1 Coil Case
629-760-220 Buried Wire - Splicing 16-Gauge Copper Conductors To D Underground Wire
629-795-500 Buried Wire - Testing
631-240-206 49-Type Cable Terminal - Terminating Conductors
631-600-204 3A1 Closure - Description and Installation
638-215-300 Station Protection - Maintenance

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