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DescriptionATL - Berkshire 200 Dark Grey - Standard Business Description
The entry level Berkshire 200 from ATL Telecom is a business phone with a whole host of benefits. Features include headset and modem ports allowing quick and convenient connection when using your telephone line with a computer.
FeaturesATL - Berkshire 200 Dark Grey - Standard Business Features
Berkshire 200 Features List:
SKU Number : BERK200
Warranty : 10 Year
ATL InfoATL Telecom is one of the leading suppliers of voice and data products in the telecommunications industry today. With its headquarters in Cardiff, ATL is an Investors In People company that maintains the highest levels of quality and skills within its workforce and is continually evolving to meet the needs of our customers and business alike. ATLís voice and data products are used in a number of leading companies in the SME, Education, Hospitality, Private and Public sectors.
With an ever increasing portfolio of new products, ATLís established products are already hugely popular in the UK, Portugal, South Africa, China, India and Indonesia. ATL products are installed in an incredible 140 countries worldwide. ATL's mission is to become a leading supplier of convergent voice and data product solutions in this ever growing market.
Telephones InfoThe Telephone come from the Greek words tele = far and phone = voice. It is a telecommunications device that is used to transmit and receive sound. The Telephone is now one of the most common household appliances in the world today. Nearly all telephones operate through transmission of electric signals through a complex network which allows any phone number to communicate with another anywhere in the world.
The Telephone runs two types of information; Signal and Voice, at different times all on the same two wires. The telephones signal equipment consists of a bell to alert the user of incoming calls and a keypad to enter the number for outgoing calls. At the telephone exchange they detect the electrical current and connects the line to the desired line and alerts that line.
The Voice part of a telephone is in the handset and consists of a microphone and a receiver. The microphone is powered from the line and puts out a varied electrical current in response to the acoustic pressure produced by your voice. The variations in electric current are sent along the line to the other telephone where they are fed into a miniature loudspeaker. The varying electric current in the coil causes it to move back and forth, reproducing the acoustic pressure waves of the transmitter. When you Ďhang upí the current ceases to flow in that line, signaling to the exchange to disconnect the call.
As with many other inventions over the years such as radio, the light bulb and the computer there were several people who claim credit for the invention of the telephone; many did do pioneering work on voice transmission and improved on each otherís ideas. Antonio Meucci, Johann Philipp Reis, Elisha Gray, Alexander Graham Bell, and Thomas Edison, among others, have all been credited with pioneer work on the telephone.
Analogue InfoAnalogue phones are telephone handsets that use an old, non-digital, method of communicating. The term analogue phone is often used to describe handsets that are used in the home, and that are not the DECT (cordless) type, but there are also business handsets available for companies that have a simple, standard BT telephone connection, or who have older phone systems in the office. The main difference between a digital and an analogue phone is that the either the phone connects directly in to an analogue port, for example in the home the phone goes straight in to the BT socket. Digital phones are often quoted as having better call quality, but this is often a misnomer since the signal is usually converted to an anologue signal at some point before it reaches the person that you are calling.
Analogue handsets tend to be cheaper, and have less features than a digital handset. This is partly down to the fact that analogue handsets are less capable, and digital networks provide far more features, but it's also down to price point. Analogue handsets are usually much cheaper than digital phones,
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