Voice Link

Voice Link

A cellular service from Verizon and other telephone carriers that is used in lieu of landlines in rural areas, as well as areas that have been damaged by storms. Voice Link does not support DSL, analog dial-up, fax machines, credit card terminals and home security systems. E911 emergency calls may or may not be handled as well as landline calls to 911, and the automatic recognition of the calling number's street address is not guaranteed.
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And a new two-way voice link to the nurses station has also been installed, allowing patients and their families to speak directly with a nurse at the push of a button.
NASA on Thursday launched a new satellite to boost its growing communications network between Earth and the International Space Station, allowing for nearly uninterrupted video, voice link and data transmission.
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These "interpreters" should be in dark, quiet rooms far away from the hubbub, but with direct voice link to the other screeners.
Lt Col Russell continuously coached the pilot on flying the aircraft and navigation back to base over the voice link for the entire 5-hour recovery.
At NASA for 11 years since leaving active duty, Colonel Fossum works in the mission control center area as the voice link between the ground and space station crews.
Red telephones labeled "LANT" and "PAC" sit silently on desks, ready to provide a direct voice link for the personnel working their shift on the watch deck with shipmates on the other side of the planet.
All of the events, which commenced with a voice link from the Liverpool Clipper,(still out in midAtlantic), were so wellpresented.
ISDN is sold as a service, called basic rate interface (BRI), with a two-channel link (one voice link and one data link or two data or two voice) to the Internet.