2nd October 2019

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How does an analog phone work?

Analog telephone lines transmit voice as electrical signals. When you speak into the handset of your phone, the microphone converts the sound waves into analog electrical waves. The receiving phone then converts the the electrical signals back into sound waves through the speaker of the handset.

What is the meaning of analog phone?

Definition of: analog phone. analog phone. The original telephone technology, which converts air vibrations into an analogous electrical frequency. Unless a key telephone system, digital PBX or voice over IP (VoIP) is used, most homes and small offices still use analog phones, and the local loop is mostly analog.

What is an analog cell phone?

Photo courtesy Motorola, Inc. In 1983, the analog cell phone standard called AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone System) was approved by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and first used in Chicago. AMPS uses a range of frequencies between 824 megahertz (MHz) and 894 MHz for analog cell phones.
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