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Articles from Communications News (February 1, 1990)

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Title Author Type Words
Bell provides switch to distance learning: engineering undergrads hear lectures, take tests from afar. Brichta, William 1111
Business is in love with fax: plain paper paces growth. King, Joe 573
Crimp-on connectors: speed phase matching of cable assemblies for sophisticated electronics. 657
Dial-up network control comes of age. Likier, Marty 1119
Digital radio is taking over: customer gets clearer connection, less noise. 423
EDI coming of age: for big industry and government groups, paperless exchange is the way to go. Edwards, Morris 2358
Fax survey results. Harler, Curt 946
Freeze frame: this TV technology can handle serious tasks. Southworth, Glen 812
Get it fast, get it right: error correction helps labs satisfy customers. Tanzillo, Kevin 839
Get the most from fractional T1: sky's the limit in bandwidth options up to DS-1. Williams, E.J. 644
Impersonal touch? Risk Management Resources' bottom line outweighs criticism of voice processing. Gitlin, Bob 1003
Lottery network: no time-outs in Oregon game. Jesitus, John 970
Modem grounding: here's a new solution to a nagging problem. Altig, Richard 817
Multi-channel diagnostic modems trim networks. DiSario, Dom 1036
On track with video: conferencing does more than cut travel costs for CSX. Tanzillo, Kevin 853
Packet muxing: low-cost strategy links retail sites. 914
Rate of return has had its day. Blegen, August 991
Schools opt for bridges: muxes no longer used to link terminals to Toronto-area CPU. Smith, Bruce 458
Shook but not beaten: video catalyzes California quake relief. Southworth, Glen 565
Squeaky clean: Colgate-Palmolive refreshes its employees with economical New York to New Jersey link. Borak, Sheldon 1288
Telecomm doors open worldwide. Kirvan, Paul 1022
Teleconference without tears: five common problems and how to avoid them. Willett, D.N. 958

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