telephone channel

telephone channel

[′tel·ə‚fōn ‚chan·əl]
(communications)
A one-way or two-way path suitable for the transmission of audio signals between two stations.
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It's important to note, however, that the telephone channel is in no way obsolete.
We might expect respondents to answer diplomatically that all channels give a similar response, but the reality is - as most customers already know - the telephone channel is still most likely to give the best service.
In some jurisdictions the traditional telephone channel has evolved into call centres, and that these are developing into "contact" centres involving the convergence of telephone calls with such channels as email, fax, letters and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
First, our telephone channel is ramping faster than we previously estimated due to favorable responses from consumers to our introductory advertising campaign.
Because we've had the telephone channel, a CD-ROM and the web - and we're also now planning to offer home shopping through digital TV in the first quarter of 2002 - we've been trying to ensure the business logic is all in one place, with presentation layers for each of the channels.
If the PIN is valid, the system then measures the telephone channel noise and prompts the caller for a password.
Services reception and subsequent management by specialized operators (supported by appropriate hardware and software structures) of calls that are received on the telephone channel and the Web, to other group companies Airports di Roma SpA for the following services a) Telephone Switchboard and flight information;b) Information and reservation service parking;c) Front End for the receipt of reports of malfunctions of technological systems;d) Front End for the receipt of reports of malfunctions and Service Desk for technical support and first level support in computer and telephone.
Future articles will discuss telephone channel banks, their evolution into voice/data multiplexers and future network enhancers.
Elaborate error-checking-and-correcting schemes, which reduce efficiency, have been developed to allow the use of the telephone channel.
Zoot's relationship with Cabela's CLUB program began in 1999 when the two companies worked together to develop a technology solution to prescreen customers via the telephone channel.
The most significant new avenue for theft of information in 2007 was the ubiquitous telephone channel, which saw a sharp rise in incidents.
Integrating with the Intervoice Omvia(R) Voice Framework, Vocent's voice authentication solutions combine voice biometrics with data analytics and risk modeling to further enrich the award-winning, reliable platform from Intervoice while minimizing exploitative opportunities for today's criminal via the telephone channel.