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The China Museum of Telecommunications traces the development of telecom in China over the years.
The China Museum of Telecommunications traces the development of telecom in China over the years. It has 3 floors of exhibits covering the history of telecom in China over 3000 years with a focus on the post-reforms period, achievements in the field and its role in the development of society, and different equipment that have been used for the purpose. The Ancient Telecommunications Tower exhibits explains the use of sound and light signals as primitve communication forms, while the Popular Science Hall expounds the basic principles of data, microwave, mobile, satellite and optical fiber communications. The museum displays several types of telegraphs, early telephones, and magnetic and IC cards.
42 Xueyuan Rd, Haidian, Beijing, China
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