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Old 07-08-2015, 09:18 AM
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Question TDM DECT Basestation

I am a little bit confused with the documentation of the DECT TDM base-stations (connected to the DECT gateway).

I need to know for an existing customer were I would like to replace a NORTEL DECT by an IP Office DECT over traditional cabling if 2 copper pairs is enough or that I need 3 copper pairs.

The datasheet of the TDM base says;

Powering Method: Local or central via 2 data pairs (UTP) plus 1 optional pair.

I interpret this like,

I will need 2 data pairs which can power the base-station and depending of the distance between the gateway and the base-station I will need to add the optional pair.

Does someone know?
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