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Tavares
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posted 21 February 2001 03:24 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hello everybody

I want to known, how I can calibrate a telephone analyser with coller I/D & call waiting(Credix DD-5601 CID).

Thanks

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Before I could comment, I would need some information on the instrument. Do you have any instrument specifications, or a service manual? I have not heard of that particular model. But normally, the calibrated parameters on that sort of equipment would include amplitude, frequency, perhaps rise time.

The functions such as Caller ID are not normally calibrated, as they are not quantitative traceable parameters.

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