Results for: Cordless

In Telephones

Who has the best cordless phone?

I've had many cordless phones but my present one far exceeds them all. It's an AT&T EP5632. The phone has many programmable features that once you have use you can't do withou (MORE)
In Telephones

What is the range of a cordless phone?

It depends on the type of phone, and where you use it. Some phones if they have a clear 'line of sight' between the handset and base can work up to half a mile apart. A cordl (MORE)
In Entertainment & Arts

Are there cordless graphic pads?

Yes; models and prices varies. if you are intrested in buying one look at online retailers or go to your local Tech store.
In Inventions

When did cordless telephones become popular?

In the late 1990s, cordless telephones gained wide consumer acceptance with an estimated 40 percent household penetration in the United States
In Telephones

Are cordless telephones encrypted or not?

As far as I have been able to search - DECT phones are encrypted BUT it's a weak encryption using 35 & 64 bits. It's (apparently) fairly easy to 'impersonate' a base stati (MORE)
In Mobile Phones

How do cordless phones work?

They are effectively two radio transmitters working simultaneously. When you talk. the sound is transmitted to the base station, which sends it down the phone-line. The incomi (MORE)
In Technology

How do cordless mice and cordless keyboards work?

Cordless keyboards and mice use wireless signals (usually either radio or bluetooth) to communicate with a receptor (usually a small usb stick that plugs into a USB port on yo (MORE)
In Telephones

Why does cordless phone echo?

Because the delay on the signal may make you hear it a split second after you speak it, as the person you are talking to would.
In Example Sentences

What is a sentence with cordless in it?

Cordless phones became popular because they didn't restrict a caller to a small space while talking on the phone. Cordless means, literally, "without cord". Cordless products (MORE)