From: Waider (waider at domain waider.ie)
Date: Wed 29 Aug 2001 - 09:15:07 IST
At Wednesday, 29 August 2001, Karl Jeacle <karl at domain jeacle.ie> wrote:
>For those curious about eircom Caller ID specification, take a look
>the last couple of pages of PSTN interface spec on www.eircomlab.
>"The implementation [of Caller ID] used is described in the
> ETSI standard ETS 300 659-1. The options used in the eircom
> network is ring pulse alerting signal and FSK V23 data."
This and other comments are all well and good; however, all I'm asking
if there is a modem on sale in Ireland for which AT+CID produces useful
results. I really don't want to have to drag out my old softmodem and
figure out how to write a FSK decoder in FORTH.
To make this vaguely topical, I don't actually run anything other than
Linux on the dial-up box at home :)
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