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'[OT (A bit)] CLD in Australia'
1999\08\17@003913 by Wesley Moore (Yallara)

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Does anyone know what 'protocol' or 'standard' Australia uses for it's
Calling Line Display? If so, is the Motorola MC14LC5447 an appropriate
device. It says its designed for Bell 202 and V.23 1200-baud asynchronous
data. If it isn't suitable does anyone know of one which is?

TIA

Wesley Moore

1999\08\17@014657 by Clyde Smith-Stubbs

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On Tue, Aug 17, 1999 at 02:37:43PM +1000, Wesley Moore (Yallara) wrote:
> Does anyone know what 'protocol' or 'standard' Australia uses for it's

Same as the USA - 1200 baud data between the first and second rings.

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1999\08\17@185013 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 15:46 17/08/99 +1000, you wrote:
>On Tue, Aug 17, 1999 at 02:37:43PM +1000, Wesley Moore (Yallara) wrote:
>> Does anyone know what 'protocol' or 'standard' Australia uses for it's
>
>Same as the USA - 1200 baud data between the first and second rings.
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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)


Dennis

1999\08\17@215545 by paulb

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Dennis Plunkett wrote:

> also if I remember correctly this service now costs (Like Distinctive
> ring (Yes we do have it)

 Yes, it's always the different approach down here.  The facility is
un-avoidably built into *every* exchange, but you have to pay for it.

 Instead of the "Provide a service: Make some money" philosophy
(popular on the Internet), we always seem to end up with the "Make some
money: Provide a service" variant.
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1999\08\18@025241 by Clyde Smith-Stubbs

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> 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)

It always has cost money ($5/month) although it's now free with some
services, e.g. certain mobile rate plans (it just started working on
my mobile one day) and it's substantially cheaper on ISDN PRI - just $10/month
for CLIP per PRI service, which can be up to 30 channels.


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1999\08\18@222543 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 16:50 18/08/99 +1000, you wrote:
>> 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)
>
>It always has cost money ($5/month) although it's now free with some
>services, e.g. certain mobile rate plans (it just started working on
>my mobile one day) and it's substantially cheaper on ISDN PRI - just
$10/month
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BUZZT
CND, like the EasyCall features where free for a short period of time
(Three months). If I recall call waiting was free until November, and CND
was the same. As for mobile fones, yep, you just get it, well you do with
VodaPhone.

Dennis

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