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Bell PUB 41803 Oct72 - Acoustic and Inductive Coupling Ocr R
Name:Bell PUB 41803 Oct72 - Acoustic and Inductive Coupling Ocr R

Acoustic and Inductive Coupling for Data and Voice Transmission. October 1972.  Shows G- and Trimline handset dimensions.  F-58654 Coupler Test Set.  Contributed by Clint Gilliland. 

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