INTRO TO GATEWAYS
An Analog Telephone Adapter (or “ATA”) can be added to a VoIP system in order to permit an older analog device (phone or fax) to communicate over the Internet. When a device is connected through an ATA, the device will function as if it was directly connected to a standard landline. ATAs are best suited for use with equipment which relies on analog phone technology, such as medical diagnostic equipment. In addition to IP phones,
Our most popular ATA/Gateway interfaces are produced by Grandstream. Grandstream is a major producer of gateways+ATA devices (Analog Telephone Adapter). Such devices permit standard telephone equipment to function as if they were connected directly to a standard landline. Here’s a selection of their gateway+ATA devices. The distinguishing feature of each model is the number of analog devices it can support.
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