Any ISDN-compatible device that may be placed on the network, such as a telephone, fax, PBX, TV, PC or computer.
Any device you have that is connected to an ISDN.
Equipment located at the customer's premises, used for voice or data communications (e.g. telephone set).
(TE) (n.) An ISDN-compatible terminal device that is attached to the ISDN at the user interface. An example is an ISDN-compatible telephone system that runs SunLinkTM ISDN. See also terminal adapter.
Communications equipment at either end of a communications link, used to permit the stations involved to accomplish the mission for which the link was established. In radio-relay systems, equipment used at points where data are inserted or derived, as distinct from equipment used only to relay a reconstituted signal. Telephone and telegraph switchboards and other centrally located equipment at which communications circuits are terminated.
Telephone call answering and transfer equipment.
is any fixed or mobile apparatus, including telephone handsets, private branch exchange (PBX) switching equipment, key and hybrid telephone systems and add-on devices.
telephones, data communication equipment, and peripherals used at station locations.
The equipment connected directly to the line termination. In most cases a router.