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Started by peter0109, February 07, 2013, 02:03:35 PM
QuoteWhen the gateway detects a data modem, both the originating gateway and the terminating gateway roll over to G.711. The roll over to G.711 disables the high-pass filter, disables echo cancellation, and disables VAD. At the end of the modem call, the voice ports revert to the prior configuration and the digital signal processor (DSP) goes back to the state before switchover. You can configure the codec by selecting the g711alaw or g711ulaw option of the codec command.
Quote from: peter0109 on February 11, 2013, 04:59:43 AMYes, it is a routine data send for doctors to monitor without an actual visit. I have called Carelink and was familiar with the cellular option, but they charge a monthly fee of around $12 I believe. I was trying to avoid that for something I transmit once every three months. So there isn't a device that can change the medtronic analog signal to digital?It does connect the call and it sounds like it is sending, making the loud faxing noise but I don't know if the other side is hanging up or just not understanding.What should I change the DTMF settings to?Thank you!
Quote from: n0uwy on July 15, 2013, 09:04:39 PM I do not know if anyone has answered the question or if this will help or not. Today was the first time I attempted to use my Medtronic Carelink Monitor to send data over Obi to the doctor's office. I tried six times. The monitor would dial and the doctor's office machine would answer. The tones were sent but no connection was made. After about one minute the doctor's office machine would hang up. I went next door and used their phone to send the data. Then I did a search on the Internet. Someone said to use G711 format. I see that in the list of Obi Start Code commands that you can enter "*4711 and it will use G711 for the next call. Has anyone tried that command to see if it will work. I only send data each three months. So I will try it in three months.