Re: Is it possible that a modem can disrupt/damage a PABX?
Area: Computer Science
Posted By: Keith Little
Date: Mon Jun 2 15:04:28 1997
Area of science: Computer Science
To my knowlege, a normally working modem can't damage a PBX. Some modems
also have clamping diodes on the line connection to prevent transients
from damaging both the modem and the phone equipment.
However, it might disrupt communications on other lines if the transmit
level was high enough, and the PBX also had an adjacent line crosstalk
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