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Twisted Pair - Definition

Twisted Pair copper wires are commonly run to each customer household by Telephone companies. The pairs consist of two insulated copper wires twisted into a spiral pattern. Although originally designed for plain old telephone service (POTS), these wires can carry data as well as voice. New services such as ISDN and ADSL also use twisted-pair copper connections.

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