Where's the decoder connected?the 8 ohm on the other hand sounds a bit distorted but the dtmf decoder can decode the dtmf values.
There is no decoder on the analog phone, I just used the DTMF tones to dial a number by placing the speaker on to the handset's microphone. Is there any way I could make it work?When you say the analog phone is "detecting the tones", do you mean the phone itself has a decoder, or are you taking a phone off-hook and seeing if the phone company understands the tones?
Now that's the pot calling the Something or the other? I realize what the op is doing, but does this not sound like 1980 technology?Up late, Mike? Seems to be building an acoustic coupled dialer. It works, but only with a large speaker which happens to be 8 ohms. He wants to make it work with the tiny 18mm speaker which happens to be 150 ohms.
But the 18mm speaker has a gross peak between 1kHz and 1.8kHz that violates the phone co's sense of what dtmf should sound like. I'm hoping that a lpf with 3db point around 1k won't be too lossy and still tame the peaking.