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'Caller ID specs (again)'
1999\09\21@181902 by Agnes en Henk Tobbe

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Some days ago I asked if the US specs are valid in Australia as well. No
reactions were received. I am sure some one must be able to answer my
question.
Henk VK2GWK (PA0ADC)

1999\09\22@192858 by Wesley Moore (Yallara)

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On Tue, 21 Sep 1999, Agnes en Henk Tobbe wrote:

> Some days ago I asked if the US specs are valid in Australia as well.
No
> reactions were received. I am sure some one must be able to answer my
> question.
> Henk VK2GWK (PA0ADC)
>

Hi,
I got this response from Telstra Research Labs when I enquired about the
same thing:

Thanks for your enquiry on the Telstra web site. The CLI
specification is based on a Bell spec. but because of the different
ringing
tones and cadences the spec had to be modified. The data is sent in the
silence after the first long ring signal.

Earlier on the PICList I got this info:

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Not excactly 100% correct. Yes the data is sent between the first and
second rings, however the format is different. The USA uses Bell 202 for
its data where we use V22. I don't know  why we changed from the proposed
V23, maybe ALCATEL can answer that.
You will need to dig up the Telstra STD for that one, also if I remember
correctly this service now costs (Like Distinctive ring (Yes we do have
it)

Hope this helps a little

Wesley

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