LAN-myTTY 3.0

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Quick Overview

LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY 3.0 that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls.


Priced to configuration. Please contact IDRT


LAN-myTTY 3.0

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  • LAN-myTTY 3.0

Details

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista

  • CD-ROM drive 16x

  • 32 MB memory and 100 MB hard disk space

  • TAPI-compliant voice modem.

Suggested Modems: Any good quality TAPI-compliant voice modem will do.

  • MultiTech MultiModem Model MT Series PCI (all models that start with ‘MT’)

  • Creative Labs Model DI Series (modem models that start with ‘DI’)

  • Jaton USB Communicator V.92 (all external USB modems as well as all internal modems)

  • Zoom ⁄ Modem V.92 USB Mini External, model: 3095

LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY 3.0 that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls. The cost depends on the number of telephone lines that are connected and the number of workstations that are actively using the software simultaneously (seats). The software can be loaded on an unlimited number of workstations for the same price.

For example, if you have 50 workstations, and you purchased a LAN-myTTY system with 10 seats, then 10 workstations can make or receive TTY calls simultaneously. If an 11th workstation tries to make a call, it will be told that all of the seats are filled.

This system can work hard-wired or wireless.

The typical office has a telephone system and a LAN that links various work stations. LAN-myTTY provides a link between the telephone system and the LAN. It allows any workstation to make, receive, and transfer a TTY call on any of your connected telephone lines.

If you have a digital telephone system, you need to have it set to provide an analog port to each line you want accessible, something that a telephone technician can do easily on most systems.

Once you purchase a system, IDRT will provide two pieces of software – one for a computer you designate as your server and one for the workstations – and a key which licenses the configuration you purchased (i.e., number of lines and number of seats). There is no limit to the number of telephone lines and workstations the system can handle.

Features:

  • Alerts to incoming calls

  • Audio signals (e.g., ringing, busy) are displayed

  • Answering machine

  • Caller ID

  • Telephone book

  • Audio message for voice callers

  • Audio detection of optimal voice modem

  • Disconnect detection

  • Automatic relay dialing

  • Save conversation

  • Copy and paste text

  • Printer support

  • Automatic line noise suppression

  • Online help documents

  • “Ungarble” capabilities

  • Customize font, color, size of letters, and background

Priced to configuration. Please contact IDRT

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