Specialized Common Carriers : long distance alternatives for military installations.
Klingler, Scott L.
Boger, Dan C.
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Specialized Common Carriers, communications carriers which cane into existence offering private line microwave service, are now significant competitors in the long distance telecommunications industry. This Thesis provides military installation telecommunications managers with a basic knowledge of hew Specialized Common Carriers entered the telecommunications market, what services Specialized Common Carriers offer, and hew to obtain these services for a military installation. It includes a case study evaluation of the potential use of long distance services of two of these competing common carriers at Naval Air Station Moffett Field, California. A computer program used to calculate the costs of using these two alternative long distance carriers is included as part of the case study.
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