Get your ducks in a row

Perdieu, Todd
August 2009
Urgent Communications;Aug2009, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p34
Trade Publication
In this article the author discusses issues related to system migration. The two main factors that need to be considered when considering system migration include the current state of one's system and what it looks like in the future. The author also enumerates several steps involved in system migration, such as conducting a formal inventory of current communications systems equipment. An illustration of analog to digital conversion is also presented.


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