Telecommunications History - EPSS

Here are some pictures of the EPSS equipment. EPSS was an early packet switching network which operated in the UK from 1977 to about 1980. For more information about EPSS see the article that I have put on this page.

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04 - Wally Freeman

05- Ferranti Manchester (plant 2 building) 30/3/1978

06 - 30/3/1978

0708 - 30/3/1978

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25- 30/3/1978 26 - 30/3/1978 Post Office Packet Interface Tester

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29 - Post Office Packet Interface Tester 30- 30/3/1978

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3738- 30/3/1978

3940 - 10/10/1975

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45 - Mark 250 (Pye version of 2bc)(Plessey Poole) 46- 30/3/1978

47 - 10/10/1975 48

49- 30/3/1978 50- 30/3/1978

5152- 30/3/1978

53- 10/10/1975 54- Rennes (by courtesy of SESA)

55 - 10/10/1975

Network Structure

Other Pages about early Packet Switching History in the UK

For more information about EPSS see the article that I have put on this page.

Articles about other early networks:

Other Packet switching related pages:


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