secure voice

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secure voice

[si′kyu̇r ′vȯis]
(communications)
Voice message that is scrambled or coded, therefore not transmitted in the clear.
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Cisco Systems(R)(Nasdaq:CSCO) today announced new security features for its IP Communications system that enhance voice privacy and further the company's standing as the world's leading provider of secure IP Communications solutions.
Media encryption on media gateways enhances voice privacy on Cisco IP phones in remote offices and provides more secure connectivity to legacy devices, including digital telephones and fax machines.
With TDMA technology, Audiovox is able to provide its customers with a phone that economizes on bandwidth; allows easy integration with PCS service; maintains superior quality of voice transmission over long distances; is difficult to decode; can use lower average transmitter power and ensures voice privacy.
AT&T is using the IS-136 TDMA digital standard that provides customers with features such as Caller ID, message waiting indicator for AT&T voicemail, short messaging and paging, Internet e-mail capabilities, extended battery life and enhanced voice privacy.