Cordless Telephones: Break Free From the Leashes of cords

By: Daphne Adriana

Freedom from the leashes of wires!!

Yes, that's what cordless telephones offer you! Cordless phones gave people the liberty from wired communication to some extent, much before mobile phones invaded our lives.

As per definition, a cordless phone is a combination of a telephone and a radio transmitter/receiver. So, you can talk to your near and dear ones while freely moving around. This offers you a considerable degree of freedom as you can chat while doing some household chore or while preparing food in the kitchen. This is the reason why cordless telephones are so popular today, not only to be used in homes but also for using in offices.

As communication is achieved through transmission and reception of radio signals, the following factors influence the performance of a cordless phone:

  • range


  • sound quality


  • security


The range of a cordless telephone is the maximum distance to which the the handset can provide clear signals.

The sound quality depends upon the following:

  • the distance


  • the way in which the information in the radio signal is transmitted


  • presence of interfering structures such as walls


Security is a crucial factor to be considered in cordless phones. The radio signals from both handset and receiver travel over the open airways. So, there is a chance of eavesdropping by some people through radio scanners. Thus, it is crucial to assess the security aspect while purchasing a cordless phone. Digital Spread Spectrum (DSS) offers the best protection against such eavesdropping.

There are many well-known brands in the market for cordless telephones that offer a variety of features. Some of them are Panasonic, BT, Siemens and Philips. Panasonic cordless telephones are quite popular worldwide. Attractive deals are available on these phones. Nowadays, you can purchase the phone of your choice through the medium of Internet too.

So, break free from the leashes of wire and enjoy the pleasure and freedom of wireless communication through cordless phones.

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