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Wired vs. Wireless
One reason to use a wireless intercom system is that the cost of retrofitting a building for a wired intercom system is high. Another reason is the increased portability of a wireless system. With battery-powered radio frequency wireless intercom units, a person can carry a station as they walk around.
One of the challenges of a wireless system is the possibility of interference. Radio frequency wireless systems may get interference from other wireless devices. Some wireless intercom designs reduce this interference by using “digital spread spectrum
Station – A wireless intercom unit.
Outdoor Intercom – This is an intercom that can be placed by a building’s doors and it operates like a doorbell, but people inside can talk to the visitor.
Channels – Some wireless intercom systems have more than one channel so private conversations can occur between groups of intercoms.
Range – This is the maximum range an intercom will communicate under ideal conditions. Ideal conditions mean no obstructions between units.
Monitor – Usually this means the ability to listen to what is happening at a wireless intercom unit.
Conference – The ability to talk to multiple intercom units at once.
Paging – Paging function enables you to broadcast to all the stations in the location.