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Re: NZ phone line impedance

 
 
colinco
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      07-17-2003
In article <(E-Mail Removed)>, Uncle
StoatWarbler guessed...
> with a 30mA loop (australia uses 50mA),
>

Not affecting the original question but..

Most of Telecom's exchange lines are powered by a Voltage source (~53)
that is current limited at 80mA, on shorter lines you can get more than
30mA.The voltage on idle lines reduces to save power. PBXs may be current
sourced.
 
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