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Fault-Tolerant Distributed Control of the Denver International Airport Voice Paging System
The voice paging system for the new Denver International Airport is designed to provide general and emergency voice evacuation paging throughout the six-building complex. The concept of fault-tolerant system design is presented showing the use of distributed intelligence, self-testing, automatic amplifier failure detection and replacement, and backup power to the control hardware.
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