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PBX PhoNet 3000

- Private branch exchange of the 5th generation.

PhoNet private branch exchange is used for telephoning within a company. A private branch exchange (PBX) may be used for interconnection within a building or within a location or within the whole company, based on required area. The PhoNet 3000 PBX is supplied with a cutting edge communication packet (VoIP technologies).
  • pbx-rack PBX capacity from 30 to 3,000 ports
  • all common PBX telephone functions
  • can connect common phone types
  • can connect modern IP phones
  • can be connected to telephone networks
  • can be connected to data networks
  • strictly packet-oriented call switching
  • call routing with LCR and by-pas
  • PBX distributable across the site
  • low purchase and operational costs

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Telecommunication system @ PBX PhoNet 3000 (model of data sheet)

PBX capacities
  • min. capacity 30 ports
  • max. capacity 3,000 ports
  • max. 1,500 simultaneous calls
  • max. 60 calls in a conference

Telephone functions

  • internal call
  • outgoing call
  • incoming call
  • direct inward calling
  • call warning
  • call redial
  • call take-over
  • call switch
  • call waiting
  • redivert all voice calls
  • redivert if busy
  • redivert if not answered
  • caller identification
  • no identification
  • line protection
  • selection of ringing tone
  • different dialing tones
  • missed calls
  • reverse line mode
  • short dialing
  • occasional conference
  • table conference
  • voice instead of tones
  • voice consultation
  • voice mail
  • voice message
  • call recording
  • time modes
  • ... ... and so on

Non-telephone functions

  • central administration of tele-phone network parameters
  • central administration of tele-phone exchange parameters
  • central register of all telephone calls
  • supervision of failure conditions in exchanges and network
  • supervision of traffic intensity in exchanges and network
  • supervision of safety incidents in exchanges and premises
  • supervision of antifire conditions in exchanges and premises
  • supervision of failure alarms
  • in premises and technologies
  • ... and so on

Analog telephones

  • telephone sets, faxes, modems
  • extensible in 16 and 8 lines
  • U signalling and CLIP sending
  • 2-wire interface (DEC/DTMF)

ISDN telephones

  • telephone sets, faxes, modems
  • extensible in 16, 8 and 4 lines
  • DSS1 signalling
  • interface ISDN 2B+D (S0/T0)

IP telephones

  • HW i SW telephone sets
  • extensible in 1 „line"
  • SIP or H.323 signalling
  • interface Ethernet 10/100Mbps(IP)

ISDN trunks

  • to public and private networks
  • extensible in 1 trunk
  • DSS1 signalling
  • interface ISDN 30B+D (S2)

PCM trunks

  • to public and private networks
  • extensible in 1 trunk
  • K signalling + CLIP reception
  • interface E1 (DEC/DTMF/MFC)

ISDN lines

  • to public and private networks
  • extensible in 8, 4 and 2 lines
  • DSS1 signalling
  • interface ISDN 2B+D (S0/T0)

Analog lines

  • to public and private networks
  • extensible in 8, 4 and 2 lines
  • U signalling + CLIP reception
  • 2-wire interface (DEC/DTMF)

Special lines

  • to private networks only
  • extensible in 4 and 2 lines
  • E+M signalling
  • 6-wire interf. (DEC/DTMF/MFC)

IP lines

  • to public and private networks
  • extensible in 1 „line“
  • SIP a H.323 signalling
  • interface Ethernet 10/100Mbps(IP)

Call routing

  • routing on LCR principle
  • routing on by-pass principle
  • to public and private networks
  • to data or telephone networks

PBX variants

  • can be located in one room or decentralized across the site or area
  • can be located in its own 19“racks or integrated into structure of cables
  • can use its own data switches, or be attached to LAN- or WAN-type computer networks
  • having its own UPS source, or feedable from a central source of backed-up 230 V AC
  • modular kit of 19“ boards inserted into 19“ 6U frames mountable into 19“ racks
  • a single PBX or a set of PBX interlinked in a private network

Savings of purchase costs

  • lower price of teleph. exchanges
  • lower price of cabels
  • lower price for electronization of the whole site or area

Savings of operational costs

  • lower call charge
  • lower costs for reconfigurations
  • lower costs for maintenance of telecommunication systems

Optional goods

  • telephone sets
  • cordless telephones
  • GSM and VOICE gates
  • UPS back-up sources

Optional services

  • consultation and projecting
  • various forms of financing
  • installation and training
  • warranty and after-war. services

Special services

  • special HW applications
  • special SW applications
  • system integration
  • … atd.