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    • Cell Phone Interceptors

      Cell Phone Interceptors

      Millions of people use monitoring systems and devices for several purposes. Monitoring systems and devices have been around for quite some time and are designed to increase the level of security and protection in facilities. Among the technologies that the cell phone industry created, the cell phone interceptor is what experts consider one of the

    • 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

    • 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

    • IntraLATA

      IntraLATA

      IntraLATA refers to any telephone call that is made between two separate local telephone companies that are close enough to not constitute a long-distance call. To fully understand IntraLATA and InterLATA systems, a user must understand that a LATA, or Local Access and Transport Area, is a local telephone company that is responsible for managing

    • CLLI Codes

      CLLI Codes

      CLLI codes, or Common Language Location Identifier, pronounced “silly codes”, are codes used by telecommunication companies to identify specific industry equipment. CLLI codes are 11 characters long, may be comprised of a combination of letters and numbers, and are used by all telecommunication companies in North America. While CLLI codes were first created and used

    • Cell Phone Cloning

      Cell Phone Cloning

      Cell phone cloning refers to the act of copying the identity of one mobile telephone to another. This is usually done to make fraudulent telephone calls. The bill for the calls go to the legitimate subscriber. This made cloning very popular in areas with large immigrant populations, where the cost to “call home” was very

    • How Do I Connect My Bluetooth to My Cell Phone?

      How Do I Connect My Bluetooth to My Cell Phone?

      Before any connection can be made between the Bluetooth and the cell phone, it is important that they both have a strong charge. Typically when these devices begin to run extremely low on battery, the signal they emit is not as strong and that can result in a failed attempt at configuring a Bluetooth to

    • How to Block Caller-ID

      How to Block Caller-ID

      Always test as much as possible before relying on any technique to block Caller-ID. Some of these methods to block Caller-ID work in some areas, but not in others. Block Caller-ID For a Single Call Using a LASS Code Dial *67 before you dial the number. (141 in the United Kingdom) Block Caller-ID On All

    • Numbers that always Ring Busy

      Numbers that always Ring Busy

      In the following listings, "xxx" means that the same number is used as a constantly busy number in many different prefixes. In most of these, there are some exchanges that ring busy and some exchanges that are in normal use. ALWAYS test these numbers at least three times during normal business hours before using as

    • Who Invented the Telephone?

      Who Invented the Telephone?

      The invention of the telephone is credited to American Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson in the mid-to-late 19th Century. Although Bell ultimately prevailed in the early signs of patent wars to come in the tech industry, there are a number of inventors who helped contributed technological and conceptual advancements that furthered telephone technology in

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