I can answer questions regarding land line phone systems, wiring methods, troubleshooting, as well as restoration of antique phones. (1900's to 1980's) I am still learning about newer technologies like VOIP and other digital modes, but may still be able to help with these topics from time to time.
I have collected antique telephones since I was a teen, and been involved in wiring of home phone lines, as well as troubleshooting problems with them since around the same time.
I have studied basic electrical fundamentals through classes in a technical college, as well as extensive reading on the subject in my own time. I have also helped Electricians and telecom installers on and off for some time.
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I wouldn't see why not, you could have a cordless smartphone, without the cellular part, so it would have to be within range of a base station that was hooked to the line. there are also VOIP touchscreen
John, It sounds like the contacts between the charger base and the phone are dirty, or it could be a battery issue despite the sound of the beep. I would recommend cleaning the contacts on the base
Prashant, I believe most commercial airlines have wired intercoms already, just for this purpose. I could see problems with wireless, such as interfering with ground communications, etc. Plus, you may
most new setups like this only require the main base to be hooked to a phone line, the "satellite" handsets connect back to the base wirelessly. All the bases will need power to charge the handsets, but
I wouldn't think so, my phone is on usually 24/7 except when I need to restart it for some reason. Just keep an eye on the battery level so it doesn't die on you. I would recommend taking it to a cell