How to record a digital phone

Recording a telephone call can be accomplished in a variety of ways. Regardless of the the phone system being used any telphone call must be recorder in analog, analog is the only signal a human can understand....too bad we are not digital lol. A telephone recorder can be interfaced directly to analog lines these are the lines that come in to many business before they are connected to a digital phone system . By connecting prior to the phone system the calls be be recorded in analog. Most business do not want to record every line this can be costly and not every department has the requirement to record calls. You can connect recording equipment directly to digital extensions off of a phone system. There are a few types of recorders that convert the digital signal to analog for this type of application. Call Big D communication 800-444-5217 for expert advice. You can also interface personal recorders from the handset port of any desk phone connected directly to the hard drive of a computer. In additon there are recorders designed to record T1 lines.
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