Analog Phone

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A typical phone that transmits voice data by converting it into electronic pulses. Analog technology has been around for decades and relies exclusively on copper wire telephone lines and RJ-11 connections. Analog phones are typically inexpensive but offer limited features and require extensive hardware to support large systems.

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