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Re: What is a Wet T1? [7:84523] posted 02/18/2004
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Good question, I don't know but I would suggest using a multimeter 
rather than a tounge;)

   Dave

Alex Lee wrote:

> How can you tell whether it is a 'wet' or 'dry' T-1 other than using
> 'hand-on' experience ?
> 
> 
> ""MADMAN""  wrote in message
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> 
>>   I think the power, also used for repeaters, is terminated at the NIU
>>now.  In the good old days telco owned everything but after 1984 that
>>changed.  If your close to the CO you would get a "dry" pair since there
>>is no need for a repeater and telco no longer drives the CSU.
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David Madland
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