The phones have become an essential device in the lives of all. Technology development has led to inventions of different types of phones. Conventional landline phones have been replaced by mobile phones and mobile phones that are easier to carry anywhere. The telephony is carried out through the handset and the base that uses the radio waves. The phone company has developed very fast and the introduction of the wireless phone for home and business purpose has made the tasks easier.
The first home phones used to bring a lot of wiring that came with the handset that did not allow you to talk freely while you're moving. The biggest disadvantage of these phones was that you can not get to the right places while you are talking about these phones. You must either stand or sit in the area where landline phones are installed.
Wireless phones are the latest electronic phones with wireless handsets and basic equipment. These cordless phones should be charged electronically for a certain amount of time. You can also use the batteries to charge these phones. You need to charge these phones daily and you can simply put them in the cradle of the station to charge them.
The home phones have a poor sound quality of 3.6 kHz because you can not improve a predetermined limit. But the operators argue that these cordless phones give you greater scope to listen properly because of high audio frequency, sometimes not true. So, make sure you're in the wrong place. The general range of these modern phones is mounted up to 100 meters from stations. They bring outstanding features of data transfer, international roaming, capture, etc.
The major disadvantage of these analog phones is the security under the supervision of people who give signals to listen to the conversations. You can use modern digital technology DSS, it's Digital Spread Spectrum that helps you control the distribution of the signals in the radio buttons. This technology helps to understand the conversations only at the base stations and the others can only hear noise disturbance.
Source by Dennis Jaylon