Telephone Circuits

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Ahmed

Joined Mar 16, 2005
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I need some tutorial about Telephone circuits

if any body know .......... please help me


thankx for all
 

mawgadog

Joined Aug 22, 2005
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Originally posted by Ahmed@Aug 24 2005, 03:44 PM
I need some tutorial about Telephone circuits

if any body know .......... please help me
thankx for all
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can you be more specific on what it is you want to know?
 

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Ahmed

Joined Mar 16, 2005
17
i need to know how we hear dial tone at off-hook case

and what the voltages levels allocated on telephone

i.e. at on-hook state the voltage on telephone from central is 48v - dc
and at off - hook its dropped to 9v - dc

can we replace the central by 48v-dc and it will work or not.

thankxxxxxxxxxx
 

thingmaker3

Joined May 16, 2005
5,084
Telephone systems are not created equal.

When the set is "on-hook," it presents an open circuit to the central office. (Note: "central office" is a very misleading term. "Central office" in American telephony can refer to a circuit card in the big green box down the street. This same term can refer to your PBX. If you are running V/IP, then the "central office" is your server.)

The CO detects a drop in impedence when the set goes "off hook" and then generates the dial tone.

Ring voltage can exceed ninety volts. This will most definately get the attention of the apprentice technician who is leaning agianst the 66-block!! :eek: (To be fair, I've seen at least one journeyman technician make this mistake as well.)
 
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The central office sent called party a ring AC msignal of 90 v 20 HZ which is
super imposed on local -48 dc supply to telephone set through subscribers loop then how ring voltage exceeds 90 volts
 

thingmaker3

Joined May 16, 2005
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No.
The CO detects DC current drawn by an off-hook phone then generates the dial tone.
DC current increases as a result of the drop in impedance. Ohms Law subjected to algebra.;) Typically, less than 10mA will be drawn with the phone on-hook, and more than 15mA will be drawn with the phone of-hook. At 48Vdc, that means less than 3200 Ohms off-hook versus more than 4800 Ohms on-hook.
 
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