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Step-by-Step Systems, No.1, 350A, 355A, 360A, or 35-E-97 200 Point Line or Trunk Finder 3 Wire
General and introductory info on topics including Manual, Step-by-Step (SxS), Panel, Crossbar (Xbar) and ESS.
Computer Maintenance and Administration Support.
Marked for internal use within the Bell System.
AMA = Automatic Message Accounting
1. LAMA-C (Local AMA- C)?? Minicomputer Technology for No.5 Crossbar - April 1974
2. CAMA-C (Centralized AMA)? for Crossbar Tandem and No.4 Crossbar - Nov 1973
3. AMARC (AMA Recording Center) for Electromechanical Offices, AMA System Application Table
4. AMARS (AMA Recording System) - Nov 1973
Documents marked for internal use within the Bell System.
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