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Telecommunications Laboratory Manual

This multimedia manual is designed for the Collins DLT-2300 and DST-2300 equipment manufactured by Rockwell and was donated to the University of Missouri-Rolla by Wiltel. The equipment is a telecommunications station which takes 2016 standard phone signals onto a fiber optics line for transmission and reception. The equipment is currently located in Room 212 of the Engineering Research Laboratory at the University of Missouri-Rolla. The manual was started as an Undergraduate Research Project by Andrew Sears in the Department of Electrical Engineering.


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