Translation of telephone exchange in Spanish:

telephone exchange

central telefónica, n.

noun

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    central telefónica feminine
    central de teléfonos feminine
    • Electronic communications were badly disrupted, and the Katherine telephone exchange was only saved through sandbagging by the military.
    • You might have to use the latter if you live in a rural area and are connected to an analog telephone exchange.
    • Examples of this include instances when the failure of a telephone exchange causes the entire phone system in a suburb to stop working.
    • The local telephone exchange was also destroyed.
    • To be able to access ADSL, you must usually live within between 2.5 and 4 kilometres of a telephone exchange and your phone line must be tested for broadband compatibility.
    • The hi-tech concept is partly inspired by memories of the old telephone exchange, when directory inquiry calls were answered by somebody living in the same town.
    • The latest telephone exchange to be upgraded to broadband has been announced.
    • I don't believe their reasoning is very relevant, particularly for those able to still connect to copper broadband at their local telephone exchange.
    • The local loop is the copper connection between a local telephone exchange and a customer's premise.
    • It was a strange kind of existence working in a telephone exchange in those days, there were twelve of us maintaining this huge machine that was constantly clicking and buzzing.
    • Your computer or a special module connected to your network sends your request over the internet to the computer or telephone exchange you are attempting to contact.
    • He said: ‘We have put in a hi-tech telephone exchange but we have a very lo-tech connection to the main system.’
    • The sun powers 20 computers, a water-testing laboratory, a rural telephone exchange and the night schools.
    • Reports arrived to say incendiaries had set fire to the top of the telephone exchange and once again stirrup pumps and buckets of water were rushed upstairs where the ceiling above the equipment was burning steadily.
    • Apparently, the military used the ordinary telephone exchange right up until the day of the surrender; it was more secure than using radio communications.
    • He learned how to send Morse Code and how to operate a 10-line telephone exchange.
    • Not surprising seeing that the 25,000 tickets for the game were sold out in three hours and the rush caused a malfunction at the local telephone exchange.
    • ‘Local loop’ refers to the strand of copper wire that runs from a local telephone exchange to a customer and then back to the exchange, thus forming a loop.
    • He worked for the New Zealand Post and Telegraph Department as an exchange operator, then a mechanician in the automatic telephone exchange, and later with a fire alarm company.
    • The central telephone exchange had been wrecked and oddly none of the radios worked.