Bell Utilizes PCM Multiplexing


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The first successful commercial PCM (pulse code modulation) system, developed at Bell Labs, was put into operation in 1962. It vastly increased the capacity of telecom infrastructure through digitization and time-division multiplexing.

See also: Digital Signal Processing