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- Hourly bips 3
4 beeps as transmitted to the radio, France Inter, for example. It is a sinusoidal wave of frequency 1050 Hz. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:04.
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- Speaking clock, beep 1
Beep from the speaking clock on the telephone in France. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:01.
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- Hourly bips 1
6 bips as transmitted on the BBC from the year 1924 to 1971. It is a sine wave of frequency 1 kHz. More info: www.miketodd.net/other/gts.htm. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:06.
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- Speaking clock 1
French telephone speaking clock from 3699. Male voice. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:55.
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- Hourly bips 2
6 bips as transmitted on the BBC since the year 1972. It is a sine wave of frequency 1 kHz. More info: www.miketodd.net/other/gts.htm. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:06.
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- Speaking clock, beep 2
Four beeps from the speaking clock on the telephone in France. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:03.
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- Speaking clock 2
French telephone speaking clock from 3699. Female voice. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:55.
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