Trucco, Terry
May 2006
House Beautiful;May2006, Vol. 148 Issue 5, p56
The article presents an interview with John Zittrauer regarding cordless phones. Zittrauer mentions the difference between a cordless and corded phone. He cites the different kinds of phones. He also discusses the types of radio signals. He also cites the several features of a phone.


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