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how can I cause static or interference on the phone line?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by seattle dave, May 8, 2005.

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  1. seattle dave

    seattle dave Guest

    I want to cause static or interference on a line that leads from
    the wall to a callmaster IV made by Lucent. These are phones used in
    call-centers... The line has eight wires and I think it is the same as

    a computer data line?? There is no other power source to the Lucent
    callmaster, so one of the wires must carry power. The wires are all
    small however... It is the same cord as is attached to a computer modem

    to a computer....


    thanks for any help on this...


    would a strong radio signal interfer??
     
  2. Brian

    Brian Guest

    Use anything that will create an electrical spark. For example a
    mechanical buzzer, or a relay whose contacts supports a heavy load ( being
    turn on and off quickly).

    Brian
     
  3. Rich Webb

    Rich Webb Guest

    I usually just use something like an empty potato chip bag, although
    plain paper works just as well. Hold it up by the mouthpiece and crinkle
    it in your hand.

    ;-)
     
  4. Lord Garth

    Lord Garth Guest

    When a cell phone is about to ring, you can hear the electrical noise
    on the wired phone if the two are in close proximity.
     
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