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Types of Telephones at the NIH

CIT-Telecommunications supports ISDN and analog telephone services at the NIH. These services are used for voice, data, and video applications:

Analog Lines - This type of service may be used for modems, facsimile machines, TTY equipment, teleconferencing telephones, single line telephone sets (i.e. courtesy phones). For analog equipment offered at the NIH, see our Information Sheet (Adobe 78kb)

ISDN lines - The Integrated Services Digital Network service is used for voice and data applications which provide high bandwidth. This application is used primarily with an ISDN phone set. These lines are used with video applications as well for video conferencing capabilities. For ISDN equipment offered at NIH, see our Information Sheet (Adobe 78kb)

Also see:

How to Request ISDN/Analog Services


For additional information, please contact the NIH IT Service Desk:

TDD/TTY: 1-800-438-8832

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This page last reviewed: November 09, 2011