communication types

communication_typesThere are various communication types to choose from in today’s telecommunications market.  communication types.pdf

Analogue:  this 24V or 48V analogue signalling communication types has been around for many years.  It applies to both trunks and extensions of telephone systems.

Digital:  This one of the generic communication types.  It simply means that the signals only exist in 0’s or 1’s for transmission.

ISDN: Integrated-Services-Digital-Network that you see as ISDN2e or ISDN30e – it provides multiple channels of speech plus a channel for sending and receiving status information.

SIP:  This is the latest in trunk technologies that delivers your call essentially over an Internet equivalent network.

Broadband:  This is what the vast majority of the population in the UK understand as their internet connection.  It is an analog line with a modulated high frequency carrier supplying ip data for splitting off to your PC’s world wide web browsing applications.

GSM: This is mobile technology that can be connected to your phone system to minimise calls to company and other mobiles.

TDM:  Another communication types term for digital signal routing – it stands for Time Division Multiplexing

IP:  The basis of Arpanet that became the ubiquitous World Wide Web

DECT:  Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications – most homes and businesses use this for mobility solutions.

Wi-Fi:  Wireless Fidelity is another name for wireless-IP.  It’s used to connect computers and phones wirelessly in houses and offices.

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