Electronics and telecommunications writer, Michael N. Marcus, has authored a guide to choosing and using phone equipment and phone services for professional offices, businesses and homes. The 396-page book has about 40 detailed hands-on product reviews ranging from a $12.99 home phone to complex multithousand-dollar business phone systems, plus add-ons to improve communications. The book, which aims to assist both buyers and sellers, also sorts out the various technologies for making phone calls and accessing the Internet – conventional dial tone, ISDN, DSL, cable, fiber, T1 and VoIP.
The guide, “Phone Systems & Phones for Small Business & Home,” also explains the breakup and apparent re-formation of the Bell System and 37 pages of reference material on telecommunications terminology.
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