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Today, home and business telephone service is being provided not only by the regulated regional Bell operating companies but by new, nontraditional, unregulated providers such as the cable industry broadband carriers (voice over Internet protocol or VOIP), and others. The cable and VOIP industries need to configure their products to meet the requirements of Section 8.6.4, Most of the requirements of this section are easily met, although two subsections will present technical challenges to the VOIP and cable industries: emulation of a loopstart telephone and provision of a minimum of 24 hours of standby power for the premises portion of the communications link.

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