Does lead walls interfere with analog 6.0

March 16, 2011 at 11:30:57
Specs: Windows XP
Does it affect the dect 6.0 signal from the analog phone? I need to have a cordless analog phone in the radiology dept. and need to know before trying to use the phone.

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#1
March 16, 2011 at 11:48:01
Can't you just try it and see? Lead is pretty effective at screening radiation so I doubt that it's going to work.

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#2
March 16, 2011 at 12:17:33
I have to assign on the PBX an extension and go to the off-site facility and wire the appropiate voice jack and then try the phone. This requires some time and traveling so I just wanted to find-out before going through all this.

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#3
March 16, 2011 at 12:48:16
A cordless phone only needs to be able to communicate with its base station and normally that is in the same room as where the telephone will be used. It needs to be reasonably close to the base station as that is also the charger for the batteries. The base station is connected by wire so lead walls wont be a problem, It is not normal to have the base station of a cordless phone in a different room in which it will be mostly used.

If for some reason the base station must be outside the radiology department and the telephone inside you can check whether the two will communicate with actually connecting it to the telephone system. Once you have matched the telephone to the base station, the telephone will have an indicator on its screen to indicate that it is connected to the base station. If it goes out of range then the indicator will tell you You don't need a PBX connection to do that.

Stuart


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#4
March 16, 2011 at 12:57:19
Yes, lead conducts electricity and it can stop or prevent any electromagnetic wave.

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#5
March 16, 2011 at 13:09:38
Let me also say you would be endangering the safety of the people near this x-ray machine.

All consumer products have a small statement on them. The statement is an FCC number. When you look up that number is says that you accept that the consumer device can or could cause issues with any other electronic device. It could easily affect the radiation amounts the patients would be subjected to.

Contact the x-ray maker to get a written statement declaring it safe.

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#6
March 17, 2011 at 05:04:17
Thanks everyone! I will sure take all this in consideration. Thanks again

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