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NCP500 with DECT

NCP500 with DECT

NCP500 with DECT

(OP)
Hi All,
I'm looking to propose a small NCP500 with 2 x Alog lines, 1 x Dig phone for Receptionist and 3 x TCA185 DECT handsets. I was going to put a TDA0155 2ch DECT cell station on to one of the spare Digital ports. Is there anything that could be a problem with the above spec? Is the 2ch DECT cell really capable of 2 x concurrent calls? As you can see they only have 2 x lines to the outside world, so demand on the cell could be low.
Regards
Marek

RE: NCP500 with DECT

Yes they will handle 2 calls on the cell station but the receptionist couldn’t put a call the third phone if other 2 are talking to each other

RE: NCP500 with DECT

(OP)
Great.
Someone I know had problems and had to add the cell card and ip dect cell station to overcome. He sort of warned me off the 2 port Dig one but I want to keep the cost down.
Thanks
Marek.

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