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ADSL Flush Wall Mount Filter, 1 Line
ADSL Flush Wall Mount Filter 1 Line (pins 3 &4) This wall mount features a single-line ADSL filter. The plate's flush mount design allows it to be installed unobtrusively onto a wall. The wallplate can then be painted over or covered if you require it to match your wall's existing surface. ADSL filters are a form of analog low-pass filter that allows for the communication of analog telephone devices via a DSL line. The most common analog devices that require this service are telephones, fax machines, and answering machines. DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line, though when many people use the phrase DSL, they are actually referring to an ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line), the most commonly installed type of DSL line. DSL systems use a high-frequency band to communicate information at a remarkably high speed. ADSL filters (such as this one) eliminate that high-frequency band from phone handsets and answering machines, therefore allowing these devices to communicate via a phone line that is DSL-enabled. This ADSL flush wall mount filter is a simple, easy-to-install solution for using telephone devices on a DSL line. Features ADSL Flush Wall Mount Filter Allows for telephone devices to communicate via a DSL line Flush design allows for unobtrusive installation Installs easily into a spot slated for any standard wall plate 1 Line (pin 3 & 4) Part Number: BPC0-ADSLWP03A81% (7)
My $0.00 Under the Desk Organizer
Always in the spirit of being (acting?) organized, I decided to move some things off the top fo my desktop to underneath like the DSL modem (which needs rare attention) and my USB / Firewire external drives. As much as I try to bundle and clamp wires. it always ends up a jungle down there. My shelf solution uses two wood doors from kitchen cabinets long gone, and supports from some un-used bricks. While moving all this stuff around (which began simply by a desire to add a DSL filter to the phone line in an effort to cut some annoying phone buzz), I began pulling wires, moving stuff underneath. it just so happens while re-plugging phone/ethernet lines, my Qwest service must have blinked out, as one phone went dead (the fax line was good) and the net went out. Oh, for one thing mixed up the LAN and LINE ports on the DSL modem. Even once that sorted out, it was some 10 minutes of cussing, re-checking, and suddenly, the lights all blinked back on. GTD? hardly.SBC Filter 050227
A SBC DSL (Digital Subscriber Line or high speed internet) filter. This filter is responsible for filtering out computer signals from voice signals in a normal ground telephone line.
This filter requires no power supply, and has 1 input and 2 outputs. Input is the phone jack, and outputs are connected to the DSL modem and a normal phone.
The filter is composed of 2 inductors and 3 capacitors. I drew out the schematic of the circuit, and after tidying up the circuit. I figured out they are just an AC low pass filter and a high pass filter.
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