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This phenomenon is the phone lines and phone instrument rectifying the RF signal from your cell phone as it communicates periodically with the cell sites. The energy is rectified (turned into voltage) by the phone lines and appears as a buzzing pulsing noise in the home phone. This will trash a fax completely. There is NO solution except to turn off the cell phone or orient it away from phones and phone lines sufficiently to stop the interaction. You could put hte phone in a RF proof bag (metalized film) which would then prevent it from receiving an incoming cell call. Either way, you lose some usability of either home or cell phone for the duration of the issue.
check Grounding Connection. Also check Security Alarm interface
Static (buzzing) on your line are produced from analog equipment in your phone system (your phone and phone cable). When the phone adapter receives the sound data, it digitizes the data and eliminates the possibility of producing static or buzzing. Try using a different phone or replacing the phone cable and test if that resolves the issue.
not hearing a dial tone.
If you do not hear a dial tone, please check the following:
• Make sure the telephone and VoIP telephone adapter are plugged in
• Disconnect and re-connect the telephone cable
• Make sure your telephone is set to ring (not set to pulse) If the above items have been checked, it is possible your phone adapter needs to be rebooted.
• Reboot your equipment as described in "Rebooting Your Equipment."
• If this doesn't work, try the solutions as described in "Calling Issues with Firewall/Router"
This is not essentially a problem with your phone. It may be the network. If you tried another network and still have the issue, I would assume that this is a problem with the RF receiver. This "buzz" is caused due to the RF receiver turning on and off at a rapid pace. Suggest that you get your phone serviced. It shouldn't cost you much.