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Digital phone on Analogue line

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    Michael M


    Is there any way to use a Digital phone (for example a Panasonic KX T7630) as a regular home phone (Analogue)?

    Maybe using an adapter or converter?

    Wallis Dudhnath

    You can use ISDN (I.420) or xDSL connection to the Telephone Exchange. ISDN had traction many years ago. However, DSL technology is now used with the last mile, i.e. the local copper loop. At your premise you will need a DSL termination unit for connecting your device.

    David J.

    I am also trying to use my IP telephony system on analogue line. Is it possible to make the most of it. I am a bit tired of making this happened.

    Wallis Dudhnath

    The Analog Copper line from your operator will at best support Loop-Disconnect or
    Multifrequency 4 – MF4 – signalling. This was excellent for pure Telephony calls
    For Digital you will need ISDN (2B+D), xDSL/ADSL (DSL-AM), etc..

    VBR/ Wallis Dudhnath

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