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phone plug

[′fōn ‚pləg]
(electricity)
A standard plug having a ¾-inch-diameter (19-millimeter) shank, used with headphones, microphones, and other audio equipment; usually designed for use with either two or three conductors. Also known as telephone plug.
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The various connectors include miniature three-conductor nickel phone plugs, P J-051 nickel phone plugs, piercing alligator clips, R J-48 plugs with molded grips, and db-15 connectors with metal hoods and long thumbscrews.
We were sent a little box which the phone plugs into and now have a wireless network.
Wi-Fi, medium-range wireless networks often rolled out in coffee shops and airport lounges, allows users of laptop computers and other gadgets to access fast internet connections without the usual struggle with wires and mismatched phone plugs.
This truly wireless device offers service users the freedom to place the device anywhere in the home independent of phone plugs, increasing user satisfaction and acceptance.
OTC Wireless has developed a small box that an ordinary phone plugs into and offers VOIP services as simply as dialing a number.
The phone plugs into the existing Internet connection, and setup is as simple as adding an additional computer or laptop to the existing network.
SkyNetGlobal offers business travelers convenient, easy to use and inexpensive broadband wireless communications without the need of any physical connection, eliminating those messy wires and phone plugs.
The phone plugs directly into a customer's broadband connection or existing router, eliminating the need for a stand alone adapter and telephone.
The phone plugs directly into a customer's broadband connection or router, eliminating the need for a stand alone adapter and telephone.