Cordless Phone

The cordless phone has been around since the early nineteen eighties; however, they have evolved since then to become more and more reliable. In the beginning, the cell phones that were on the market were not readily accessible to everyone, but the cordless phone gave everyone the ability to walk around their homes and talk on the phone without having to be tethered by the phone cord and the jack in the wall. However, the first models of the cordless phone were not completely reliable and you could not walk around very far in the home, but it was a start. Now these phones have developed in a variety of ways that allow you to move freely around the house and talk on the phone.

The technology of the cordless phone has also allowed for an interesting development of models and types so that no matter what your needs are, you should easily be able to find the phone that fits in with your specific needs so that you can easily find the one that will match up with them. You may be wondering how a cordless phone works, and the answer is actually relatively simple. That’s because this type of phone is a combination of a standard telephone and a radio transmitter and receiver that is sending the signal back to the telephone’s base unit. The base unit is where the real telephone equipment is, and it is the unit that is connected to the telephone jack. The base takes the incoming call’s traditional signal and transforms it into a broadcast into an FM radio signal, which the cordless phone then sends to the earpiece and translates it into audible sounds.

The limited range with which the cordless phone first operated in the eighties was one of the downfalls of the piece of equipment, the other was the extremely high price tag. The price of the phones on the market could be several hundred dollars, and when the frequency of the cordless phone was increased to add in more range the price went even higher. However, it wasn’t until the cordless phone was changed over to nine hundred MHz that the phones truly began to appeal to a whole new audience. That was because the bandwidth on which the traditional cordless phones operated had become crowded, and the new, higher frequency, allowed the phone’s signals to be clearer and to broadcast their signal from a much larger range.

Now there are many different cordless phone options that you can choose from that are all in a reasonable price range. There is even a set of phones that have different bases, but they all report back to the same main hub, which is the only one that is actually attached to the phone jack. This is great for people who have older homes which don’t have phone jacks in every room. By using this cordless phone system they are putting a phone into a room without all of the hassle and problems of installing a new phone jack.

Something else to take into consideration is that a cordless phone can last a really long time if you take care of it and replace the batteries regularly. A lot of people think that when the battery goes out on a cordless phone that it just needs to be replaced, but this is not necessarily the case. By replacing the batteries in the phone and keeping up with it in this manner you are helping to cut back on needless waste and landfill space. In this manner, cordless phones can sometimes be a little more environmentally friendly than a traditional phone.

This Cordless Phone Review is Written/Updated on May 17th, 2009 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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