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    • POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service)

      POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service)

      POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service), also known as PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Service), refers to the dominant telephone service in most residential and small business environments. A telephone company controls POTS, which allows consumers to make and receive calls on one line at a time. POTS differs from PBX, T-1, T-3, ISDN, VOIP, and other

    • UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System)

      UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System)

      UMTS is an abbreviation for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System. It is one of the third-generation (3g) cell phone technologies quickly developing today. UTMS is also referred to as the 3GSM so as to emphasize the coalition between 3G technology and GSM standard. In theory, the UTMS, using W-CDMA, is supposed to be able to transfer

    • Phone Prefixes

      Phone Prefixes

      Phone prefixes are the codes that tell the phone companies which state, city, or county a person is calling from. As more people move to an area the phone prefixes change and additional ones are added. Depending on the state, there may only be a few prefixes. Prefixes help to differentiate between each person's phone

    • Cordless Phone Frequencies

      Cordless Phone Frequencies

      Cordless phones, also known as cordless telephones or portable telephones, are a smarter replacement for the regular telephones. Cordless phones make use of wireless radio waves to connect to their base station equipments, unlike the wired cord of a regular telephone. Because cordless handsets use radio linking with their base stations, they operate within specific

    • Cell Phone Frequencies

      Cell Phone Frequencies

      Cell phone frequencies are the frequency ranges within the Ultra High Frequency (UHF) band that are designated for cell phone use. Bluetooth devices, wireless networks, and television signals also use this frequency band. Although cellular phone systems divide cities and geographic areas into smaller cells of coverage, it allows for a fair amount of frequency

    • How to Install Telephone Wires

      How to Install Telephone Wires

      Telephone wires are easy to work with and very safe due to the low voltages involved. The most complex part of installing telephone wires is complying with the defined standards. When installing additional telephone wires into an existing facility, it is usually best to determine which telephone wiring standard is currently in use and conform

    • PCS (Personal Communications Service)

      PCS (Personal Communications Service)

      PCS (Personal Communications Service) is a set of standards. Most PCS standards are based on an existing standard. PCS is little more than the operation of these standards on the frequency bands of 1930-1990MHz for receiving and 1850-1910Mhz for transmitting. PCS StandardBase Standard PCS TDMA IS-136 PCS CDMA IS-95 PCS 1900 GSM PACS PHS cordless

    • How to Reduce Conference Call Noise

      How to Reduce Conference Call Noise

      Anyone who has conducted or participated in a telephone conference call knows how noise can interrupt the meeting. There are a number of ways to prevent some types of noise from ever occurring, as well as ways to quickly eliminate noise if it does occur during a call. Before the Call Most noise issues on

    • Telephone Tone Frequencies

      Telephone Tone Frequencies

      The Low Tone is a generic tone used with various interruption patterns for the specific tones listed below: Line Busy Tone Reorder Reverting Tone No Circuit Tone No Such Number Vacant Code Group Busy Tone Deposit Coin Tone Vacant Position Tone Dial Off-Normal Tone Trouble Tone Dial Jack Tone Dial Test Signal Class of Service

    • How to Unlock a GoPhone

      How to Unlock a GoPhone

      GoPhone is the trademark used by AT&T/Cingular to market their pay as you go cell phones. Most customers will eventually want to switch to a more normal post-pay cell phone plan, and many of them will want to take their cell phones with them. Unfortunately, the GoPhones are "subsidy locked." This means that the GoPhones

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