pulse dialling

pulse dialling
pulse dialling UK US noun [U] also US pulse dialing) COMMUNICATIONS
a system that is used to make a connection with the telephone line by interrupting a continuous signal. In many parts of the world pulse dialling has been replaced by tone dialling: »

Modern equipment will allow switching between pulse and tone dialling modes.

Compare TONE DIALLING(Cf. ↑tone dialling)

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