Question about Cell Phones
Pulse dialing is a holdover from Rotary phones, which when the rotor is turned and let go, counts out the number you entered in clicks on the telephone line. Pulse, or DTMF (Dual-tone multi-frequency), uses two overlaid tones (one for row and one for column) to signify a button press.
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