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Chapter 3 The Sound-Powered Telephone System
ANSWERS TO EMBEDDED QUESTIONS A1. A2. A3. A4. A5. If you have an emergency message that cannot wait. A6. A7. Repeat  the  message  word  for  word,  identify  your station, and say "aye." A8. A9. A10. A11. A12. A13. A14. A15. To  prevent  the  circuit  from  becoming  clogged  with private conversation when someone is trying to transmit an  important  message. Only  when  you  are  transmitting. “Silence on the line.” Remind  the  person  to  keep  the  line  clear  for  official messages. (1) Name of the station called, (2) name of the station calling, (3) the message. Abbreviations can easily be misunderstood. By conducting a phone check of all stations. Acknowledge the phone check and let the other station come in at the end. When  every  station  has  answered  and  all  faults  in equipment have been corrected. State the phrase, “Say again.” “I spell.” Get  permission. “Back on the line.” 2-8

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