|Re MF Tones - What are they currently being used for|
|Bob Colby (rcolby@withheld)|
Wed, 26 Jan 2005 18:35:40 -0600
[Pat - please suppress email address]|
First, some terminology. R1 is the same as MF. R2 is MFC (Multi
R1/MF tones are still used extensively in the telecom network. Many
The simple nature of R1/MF (complete en-bloc signaling, forward
Like dial pulse, this interface will be around for a very long time.
> X-Telecom-Digest: Volume 24, Issue 30, Message 7 of 20
> Hi everyone.
> I'm kind of curious about the MF tones I learned of recently, the ones
> While I understand they are no longer used for call routing, are these
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