How Water, Power and Phone Systems Are Tied Melissa Block talks with Tom Skvarenina, professor of electrical engineering technology at Purdue University in Indiana, about why some water and phone systems worked during the blackout and others didn't.
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How Water, Power and Phone Systems Are Tied

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How Water, Power and Phone Systems Are Tied

How Water, Power and Phone Systems Are Tied

How Water, Power and Phone Systems Are Tied

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Melissa Block talks with Tom Skvarenina, professor of electrical engineering technology at Purdue University in Indiana, about why some water and phone systems worked during the blackout and others didn't.