Talk:Wired communication

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2013 Curtis Neeley edits[edit]

This article needs a great deal of work listing various telegraphic facts in history. The definition is given in United States law. I disagree with the claim that fiber-optics and wave guides are wire communications. These need to be sourced if these are to remain. The physical limitations of wire are 10 gigabits but the fiber-optics physical limits are unknown. CurtisNeeley (talk) 04:31, 19 April 2013 (UTC)

  • This editor made a tendentious edit, aiming at making a legal point about a Supreme Court case. (diff) Unfortunately it wasn't noticed when made, in April 2013, and some other edits have built on it since. I've reverted to the pre-Curtis Neeley state and will try to reclaim useful content added that is not tendentious. --Lquilter (talk) 11:36, 17 May 2014 (UTC)
    • Okay, looking at the edits more closely, all the subsequent edits were minor template fixes etc. The original Curtis Neeley edits included some substantive content that may not have been tendentious, and may be helpful; so if someone (OTHER than CurtisNeeley) wants to try to figure out what is salvageable and useful from those edits, that would be great. --Lquilter (talk) 11:39, 17 May 2014 (UTC)