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    I also helped create and run the first association in the U.S. for the paging and mobile telephone industries.

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Saturday, August 13, 2005


expandable phone requirements

yea... VoiP services will soon replace phone companies.

PBX Phone Systems

Good comments about suggestions for interference free VoIP.


This is an excellent topic. I really think that VoiP Services will replace most phone companies.

Alan A. Reiter

Hi Paul,

I did find a phone set: Uniden CXAI5198 (5.8 GHz).

I have two phones: One is a corded/cordless that looks just like a regular full featured phone (the handset is attached with the typical cord to the base) that includes an antenna -- that I plug into my CallVantage TA, and the second phone is a regular cordless phone with a charging base.

The corded/cordless phone has a three-line monochrome screen, an answering machine (that I don't use) and typical features such as hold, mute and intercom with the other unit.

It works just fine for me. The call quality is generally as good as a landline. I've used it with 3M bps Verizon DSL and 5M bps (or is it 6M bps) Comcast cable modem and it has performed without a problem.

I don't know, though, whether Uniden continues to make this model.

Paul Rogers

Yeah ... I'm also looking for a cordless phone that can be used with my home VoIP system and 802.11g WiFi router.


Paul Rogers

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