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Synonyms for analog

something having the property of being analogous to something else

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of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input

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They eliminate the need for a separate analog line, and they let you continue to use your digital phone's existing features like speed dialing, redial, intercom and call conferencing.
In a compact 17mm by 17mm package, the device provides complete line side integration, software-selectable redundancy for 1:1 protection, software-selectable framing for three global primary rate framing formats (T1/E1/J1) and support for short-haul and long-haul analog line interfaces.
Leveraging MetaSwitch's SIP-based IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Application Server interface, the Desktop Assistant enables enhanced communications capabilities for any endpoint - whether an IP phone or traditional analog line.
There are 12 programmable amplifiers for headphones, analog line signals and microphones and a realtime clock.
This project is for the Phase 2 VoIP implementation to complete deployment of new Cisco IP telephones and analog lines to replace the remaining Avaya telephones and analog lines on the UCB campus.
Both solutions are based on IP technology, making them flexible enough to support a variety of broadband access methods as well as traditional analog lines.
That saves the extra step of checking data integrity, which is necessary when using regular analog lines.
Tenders are invited for UCB IP Telephone Deployment-deployment Of New Cisco Ip Telephones And Analog Lines To Replace The Existing Avaya Telephones And Analog Lines On
has introduced a version of its popular DigiTrap(TM) system that not only converts DID trunks to analog lines, but offers switching features that allow calls to be transferred to internal stations or conferenced to outside lines.