Plain Old Telephone System or POTS. The standard analog-signal telephone service is employed by homes and businesses. Signals are transmitted over copper wiring, as opposed to non-POTS service that is typically transmitted across digital connections. See PSTN.
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Pots most commonly refers to pottery, the ceramic ware made by potters
POTS or Pots may also refer to:
- Plain old telephone service, basic wireline telecommunication connection
- Packet-Optical Transport System, a means of optical transport for 100 Gigabit Ethernet that is agnostic and converged with respect to lower layers
- Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, a medical condition
- Poverty of the stimulus, an argument in favor of innate grammar