Phone Functions

Below is a complete list of functions and specifications for all telephones used at the U of R campus.

BASBD

The BASBD is a single line analog set with a ringer.
The BASBD requires a dedicated Voice drop.

Aastra 8003/4

The 8003 and 8004 are single line analog sets with voice mail capabilities.
They come with the following features:

  • Voice mail indicator lamp
  • Ringer volume adjustment switch
  • Handset volume adjustment switch
  • Link/Flash key (for 3-way conference calling)
  • Redial key (on-campus only)
  • Mute key

The 8003/8004 require a dedicated Voice drop.

Meridan 8009

The 8009 is a single line analog set with voice mail capabilities and the following features:

  • Voice mail indicator lamp
  • Ringer volume adjustment switch
  • Handset volume adjustment bar
  • 6 self-programmable memory/autodial keys
  • Link key (for 3-way conference calling)
  • Redial key (on-campus only)
  • Hold key
  • Visual ringing indicator

The 8009 requires a dedicated Voice drop.

Meridian 9316

The 9316 is an enhanced  single line analog set with voice mail capabilities and the following features:

  • Voice mail indicator lamp
  • Handset/ringer volume adjustment bar
  • Name and Number Display
  • Callers List
  • Adjustable contrast
  • Call Directory
  • 8 self-programmable memory/autodial keys
  • Link key (for 3-way conference calling)
  • Redial key (on-campus only)
  • Hold key
  • Release key
  • Dial key (dial a number before you pick up the receiver)
  • Speaker - Handsfree/mute key

The 9316 requires a dedicated Voice drop and electrical outlet for the display/speaker adaptor.

Meridian 2008

The 2008 is a digital set with voice mail capabilities and a voicemail indicator lamp. Unique set functions and feature keys on this eight key set are programmed by Telephone Services. Digital display and handsfree/mute are optional.

The 2008 requires a dedicated Voice drop.

Meridian 2616

The 2616 is a digital set with voicemail capabilities, and a voicemail indicator lamp. Unique set functions and feature keys on this sixteen key set are programmed by Telephone Services. Digital display and handsfree/mute are optional.

The 2008 requires a dedicated Voice drop.

Meridian 3903 Enhanced/3904 Professional

Although the 3903 and 3904 sets resemble 2002 and 2004 IP phones they are digital multi-line phones with 3 line-24 character displays, voicemail capabilities and a voicemail indicator lamp. These sets have a personal directory, call log and interactive soft keys. The fixed feature keys are hold, goodbye, volume control, “smart” mute and headset with LED, Handsfree (Speaker) with LED. This set also has a direct connect headset port.

The 3903/4 requires a dedicated Voice drop.

Nortel 2001 IP Phone

The 2001 is a Voice over Internet Protocol set with voice mail capabilities and the following features:

  • Set Lamp
  • Message Waiting Key
  • Speaker (Listen only)
  • Soft Keys (Transfer, Conference, Call Forward, Ring Again, Call Pick-up)
  • Navigation Cluster Keys
  • Feature Keys  - Message, Services, Good-bye/Release Key, Hold Key and Line Key
  • Volume Control Bar

The 2001 requires a dedicated Network drop.

Nortel 2002 IP Phone/Avaya 1120e IP Phone

These sets area Voice over Internet Protocol sets with voice mail capabilities and the following features:

  • Set Lamp
  • Speaker with Handsfree Key and LED
  • 1 Line Key and 3 Programmable Feature Keys
  • Soft Keys (Transfer, Conference, Call Forward, Ring Again, Call Pick-up)
  • Navigation Cluster Keys
  • Feature Option Keys:  Message Inbox, Telephone Options, Quit, Good-bye/Release Key, Hold Key and Line Key
  • Headset Key with LED
  • Mute Key with LED
  • Volume Control Bar

The 2002 requires a single Network drop to the desktop for telephone and co-located PC.

Nortel 2004 IP Phone/Avaya 1140e IP Phone

The 2004 is a Voice over Internet Protocol set with voice mail capabilities and the following features:

  • Set Lamp
  • Speaker with Handsfree Key and LED
  • 1 Line Key and 11 Programmable Feature Keys
  • Soft Keys (Transfer, Conference, Call Forward, Ring Again, Call Pick-up)
  • Navigation Cluster Keys
  • Feature Option Keys:  Message Inbox, Telephone Options, Quit, Good-bye/Release Key, Hold Key, and Line Key
  • Headset Key with LED
  • Mute Key with LED
  • Volume Control Bar
The 2004 requires a single Network drop to the desktop for telephone and co-located PC.

Nortel 2033 IP Conferencing Phone

The 2033 is a Voice over Internet Protocol conferencing set with the following features:

  • Embedded three microphone design offers 360 degree room coverage with support of up to 20 ft. x 20 ft. (6.1 m x 6.1 m) room dimensions.
  • Optional (up to two) 7 ft. (2.1 m) expansion microphones deliver expandable deployment coverage for rooms up to 20 ft. x 30 ft. (6.1 m x 9.1 m).
  • Integration of Backlit 3x24 Flexible Super Twist Nematic (FSTN) Liquid Crystal Display enhances viewing angles for conference participants.
  • Locally generated “comfort noise” upon detection of silent periods ensures maximum efficiency in communications.
  • Ten fixed keys (Line, Release, Hold, Mute, Up/Down Volume, Scroll Up/Down, Messages, Services) for easy-to-use navigation.
  • Three soft-label keys for easy-to-use navigation.
  • Visual Alert/Message Waiting Indication LEDs.
The 2033 requires a dedicated Network drop.