Dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) signaling is a standard in telecommunication systems. The DTMF decoder is typically used in telephone systems to detect DTMF tones in the incoming signal and convert them to actual digit. Besides being used to set up regular calls on a telephone line, DTMF detection is suitable for computer applications such as voice mail and telephone control features such as conference calling and call forwarding.
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