cordless telephone


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cordless telephone

[′kȯrd·ləs ′tel·ə‚fōn]
(communications)
A telephone whose receiver and base are equipped with small antennas and are linked by low-power radio.
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The AT&T Cordless Telephone 5484 is AT&T's first cordless model with a multifunction liquid crystal display in the handset.
Ultra Clear Noise Reduction Circuit: This exclusive PhoneMate feature provides clear cordless telephone reception by minimizing the background noise inherent with radio airwaves.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T (NYSE: T) today announced a high-power, all-digital cordless phone with four times the range of today's conventional cordless telephones.
Compared with ordinary cordless telephones, high performance telephones with SureLink inside go farther, receive and transmit more clearly, and provide real security against intentional or inadvertent eavesdropping.
The Maestro 900 DSS cordless telephone is now available for a suggested retail price of approximately US$300.
Caller ID with call waiting is a feature that has really excited consumers and our new Cordless Telephone 7720 marries that convenient product function with a digital answering system and cordless capability," said Michael Lang, vice president of marketing for PCC Americas.
The Norstar M7410 cordless telephone handset offers six programmable buttons, a two-line LCD window and context-sensitive soft keys.
The Digital Cordless Telephone 9400 has many ease-of-use features including a 20-number memory for storing and easy dialing of frequently used phone numbers, a two-way page and intercom feature that allows localized communications between the base or the handset, and a handset locator that allows the user to ring the handset from the base.
Nortel's new Maestro cordless telephones are also equipped with:
Uniden America Corporation, the North American subsidiary of Japan-based Uniden Corporation, manufactures and markets wireless consumer electronic products including cordless telephones, business telecommunications systems, GPS Navigation Solutions, VOIP telephones, Bearcat[R] scanners, FRS/GMRS radios, marine radios, CB radios, and other wireless personal communications products.
The new, powerful 900 MHz digital spread spectrum cordless telephone gives users crystal-clear, static-free communications at up to distances of 2500 feet.
InGrid's next generation systems and services provide better protection than most dealer-installed systems, are almost impossible to defeat, and can be easily and conveniently managed from a cordless telephone, cell phone, or web browser.