[MLB-WIRELESS] OT: RF emissions of Grandstream Budgetone 102 VoIP phones.
vak at alphalink.com.au
Wed Dec 1 16:46:45 EST 2004
I believe the Grandstreams are 10Mbps (or at least mine is).
Jason Hecker wrote:
>> RS Components (www.rsaustralia.com) in Port Melbourne can sell you
>> such a ferrite. Two turns of the cat 5 through part number 222-4365
>> as close as possible to the eth port should help things a good bit.
>> Two turns through part 260-6492 should do too.
> DSE parts R5124, R5122 and R5120 should do the job as well and are a
> bit cheaper and easier to get than from RS. They attenuate at 25MHz
> as well so will affect 100Mbit ethernet. Use a core that has a hole
> diamater to comfortably fit up to 2-3 turns of cat5 and try to find a
> compromise between radio noise suppression and the ethernet still
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