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Posted By: The Telephone Lady Panasonic KX-TG2000b - 10/22/01 09:36 AM
Help! Wonderful little system in a warehouse situation until radio station bleeds in after dial tone is broken. The radio station is NOT on the phone line, and when the base set is in the metal shop the station is not heard. Only in the wood frame office, and in every room and at every jack and on every phone line. Tried: grounding all un-used conductors, moving to different areas, disconnected un-used cables, and jacks. Need ideas!! or a solution would be NICER!
Posted By: patgray75 Re: Panasonic KX-TG2000b - 10/22/01 02:20 PM
The KX-T200 is digital from base to handset, so your RFI is coming from the field cabling in the wood structure. Is there a X-connect point in the steel building? Can you pull a shielded cable from the steel frame to the wood frame?
Posted By: MrGemini Re: Panasonic KX-TG2000b - 10/24/01 04:37 PM
Also keep in mind if you use shielded cable,
tie all the shields together at one end and ground them at one point. You don't want to create a ground loop which could act as a big antenna and make the matter worse.
Posted By: Brian Dunne Re: Panasonic KX-TG2000b - 11/09/01 09:10 PM
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Hope this helps

Brian Dunne
ETC Telecom
Vancouver Canada
Posted By: The Telephone Lady Re: Panasonic KX-TG2000b - 11/29/01 07:35 AM
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by patgray75:
The KX-T200 is digital from base to handset, so your RFI is coming from the field cabling in the wood structure. Is there a X-connect point in the steel building? Can you pull a shielded cable from the steel frame to the wood frame?</font>
Thanks, tried your idea, didn't work.
Posted By: The Telephone Lady Re: Panasonic KX-TG2000b - 11/29/01 07:36 AM
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by MrGemini:
Also keep in mind if you use shielded cable,
tie all the shields together at one end and ground them at one point. You don't want to create a ground loop which could act as a big antenna and make the matter worse.
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Thanks, tried your idea, didn't work.
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