Bluetooth and DECT – A History of Wireless Devices

Many of us can think back to a time before the Internet, MTV(Video Killed the Radio Star), and the topic of this blog – personal wireless communications (cordless phones, wireless headsets, Cellular Phones, Bluetooth and DECT). Who amongst us can remember being tied via a “phone cord” to a telephone when making a phone call….

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Active Noise Cancellation (Control)

Active noise control (ANC), also known as active noise cancellation, or active noise reduction (ANR), is a method for reducing unwanted sound by the addition of a second sound specifically designed to cancel the first. (source – Wikipedia) Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is a rather new topic in the realm of Intelligent Communications Headsets, though…

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Choosing The Right Device For The Right Person.

Persona is not a word I would normally use when having the headset discussion with a customer. However, a recent conversation with Julie Jass and Laura Neidel from Plantronics has enlightened me to why this is such an important topic to consider. And, why it is important to highlight in a detailed blog such as…

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An introduction to Microsoft Qualified Intelligent Communication Devices

As a Voice Technical Solutions Professional at Microsoft I have a passion for Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams. More specifically, the devices that connect to these wonderful services. Over the next few months, I will present my thoughts, relevant links, quotes, and information on the devices that connect to Skype for Business (SFB) Server,…

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