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A wireless bell for a telephone
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R.T.B stands for remote telephone bell When your outside and you can't hear the telephone put the R.T.B outside and you will be able to know if its ringing or not. You can put the R.T.B ANYWERE Your house. How it works When the phone rings it sends a infared signal to the bell and then it starts ringing,you can also have lots of different ring tones.
wkd_man, May 05 2002

Signalers http://www.marilyne...products/signalers/
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Telephone Accessories http://www.mpja.com/list.asp?dept=139
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Telephone Ring Signaler with transmitter http://www.nfss.com/telrinsig1.html
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(?) Ameriphone Telephone Signaler and the GE Telephone Flasher / Ringer http://www.seniorshops.com/telac.html
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       Infrared wouldn't work for this; it's line-of-sight only.
magnificat, May 05 2002

       Hmm. Apparently, IR does work around corners in Oz.  Must be the Coriolis effect.
bristolz, May 05 2002

       How is this better than a cordless phone that not only rings, but you can answer it as well?
spartanica, May 05 2002

       Sometimes people forget to carry it around with them and you could be upstairs with the door shut, and miss a very important call.
wkd_man, May 05 2002

       Are you sure you have one of these at home that you can put anywere in your house UnaBubba?
wkd_man, May 09 2002

       A cordless telephone will also have the same effect, if you don't answer it, but go in and pick up your regular telephone.
pottedstu, May 09 2002

       IR will bounce off an appropriately reflective surface.
phoenix, May 09 2002


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