DECT - A Simple Explanation and How We Can Benefit

Written by Jason Morris

DECT stands for Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications. Unlike analogue cordless phones that used to be frequent in many homes and businesses aroundrepparttar world, DECT is a digital wireless communication technology that is through its advanced reliable infrastructure bound to make cordless phones even more common in businesses and homes aroundrepparttar 147776 globe.

DECT formerly stood for Digital European Cordless Telecommunications standard. This is becauserepparttar 147777 technology involved was primarily developed by European companies. It was changed to reflectrepparttar 147778 global acceptance of this cordless telecommunications technology.

DECT uses TDMA which stands for Time Division Multiple Access, to transmit radio signals, muchrepparttar 147779 same as Global System for Mobile communication (GSM). GSM is designed for mobile communications over longer distances, where as DECT has been designed especially with short distances and large user numbers in mind. Many of today’s modern cordless phones can operate in dual mode, givingrepparttar 147780 user seamless DECT and GSM integration.

Below are five major applications of DECT cordless technology;

1. Cordless Private Branch Exchange (PBX) This allows companies to connect to a wired telephone company and then re-distribute their calls over a DECT cordless phone system through a radio antenna. Users could each have their own number and make use of allrepparttar 147781 features of a fully functional PBX phone system. A DECT cordless PBX phone system would be especially useful to companies or organisations that have a large number of mobile employees, such as warehouses, hospitals and building sites etc. It is even possible to convert a wired PBX into a fully functional DECT cordless system withrepparttar 147782 addition of specialist DECT equipment to your existing wired phone system.

Verizon Missing Out on Customers by not Allowing Third Party Content

Written by Anthony Wayne

Third Party Mobile Content Prized by Cell Phone Users

By Anthony Wayne

Atlantic City, NJ – For years,repparttar nation’s largest cellular carrier, Verizon, has operated with a “walled garden” approach to mobile data services, meaning that it would not permit downloads of independent content to its customers. The walled garden, however, may soon fall down.

A recent survey by Handango found that third-party applications had a “strong influence” or “somewhat of an influence” on 69 percent of consumers’ decisions to choose their carriers and phone models. The survey of over 14,000 mobile content users found thatrepparttar 147554 ability to utilize third-party content was a “powerful influencer” in mobile phone decision making. The survey also suggests that users of mobile content are more satisfied and less likely to change brands or carriers.

Up until now, Verizon and Sprint have maintained their networks solely for its own mobile data content. This also applied torepparttar 147555 third-party use of premium SMS. Industry analysts, however, are now speculating that Verizon and then Sprint may soon permitrepparttar 147556 use of premium SMS services on its network for third party content. Apparently,repparttar 147557 carriers are starting to realize that by not offering this service, it is akin to possibly losing millions of potential customers.

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