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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But Dr Ross Adey, a neurologist at the Veterans' Affairs Medical Centre in California, said he believed the level of radiation generated by cordless telephones is too low to be a danger.
8 GHz model cordless telephones, the most technologically advanced cordless telephones on the market.
It's wholly owned subsidiary, Broad Faith Limited, is engaged in the development, production and distribution of communications terminal products, mainly corded and cordless telephones.
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Together, Uniden Corporation and SunCorp hope to expand their individual business opportunities around the globe with a renewed focus on the natural synergies of DECT and cordless telephones with Bluetooth technology.
According to NPD Group, Uniden is the fifth most successful telecom brand at point-of-sale and is one of the top manufacturers of cordless telephones in the United States.
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, VOIP telephones, Bearcat(R) scanners, FRS/GMRS radios, marine radios, CB radios, and other wireless personal communications products.
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According to estimates, there are currently over 220 million of these cordless telephones in use today, and there is no slow-down in demand in sight.
to extend VoIP calling capabilities to Siemens' Gigaset Cordless Telephones.