Re: X-Y switching central offices
>Re: X-Y switching central officesAGF. Now awaiting reassembly at a museum here in the US.
>Posted by: "Matthew Strong" junkmatt@... junkmatt2
>Date: Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:46 am ((PST))
>Photos of one I removed in Mollendo, Peru about 10 years ago. Ericsson
Thanks for the info and the link to the photos. It looks like I worked
on the Stomberg-Carlson version of X-Y and not the Ericsson style. I
had thought that X-Y originated in Europe. According to Internet
(unverified source) S-C licensed the use of X-Y from Ericsson, but the
equipment looks very different.