|AC Wall Charger
||An accessory device that allows you to power and/or
charge your phone from a wall outlet.
||The time elapsed between the start of a call achieved
by connecting to your service provider's network and the
termination of a call achieved by pressing the end button.
Network connection time includes signals received prior
to voice transmission, such as busy signals and ringing.
||A battery technology used in personal cellular telephones.
||Similar to a built-in phone book, this feature allows
scrolling alphabetically through the names in the directory
for easy retrieval.
||The technological basis for most current mobile phone
systems. Primarily designed to transmit sound waves, as
||A digital feature allowing the sending of voice channel
operations (i.e., fax machines, personal computers with
modems, etc.) without having to manually seek an analog
channel each time.
||The phone's internal memory allows callers to leave
a personal message.
|Audible Keypad Tone
||Confirms that a key has been pressed properly. Helps
avoid airtime charges to incorrect numbers.
||Allows call answering without pressing the SND button.
After a brief ring, simply lift the unit to your ear and
begin the conversation.
||Touching any key will illuminate the display and keypad
for viewing ease.
||Timer Set On to automatically display the Last Call
Timer at the end of each phone call.
|Automatic Hands Free
||When this feature is enabled, simply hang up the phone
to begin a hands free conversation.
||When activated the phone will automatically lock each
time it is turned off to help prevent unauthorized use.
|Automatic Redial (on system busy)
||Upon a System Busy signal, simply press the SND button
and the phone will redial the call.
|Automatic Tone Altering (mobiles)
||In areas where quality phone connections cannot be made,
the phone will sound a series of beeps to signal that
an incoming call was attempted.
||When activated, incoming calls will cause the vehicle
horn to sound or (installation option) headlights to flash
to alert the user to return to the vehicle.
||A chargeable device used to provide phones with power.
Nickel Metal Hydride batteries (NiMH) provide very high
capacity at a low weight, and are also faster to charge.
|Battery Indicators Audible
||Tone "beeps" to alert that the battery is
running low. Visual...A "LoBat" message in the
display indicates that the battery is running low.
|Battery Meter/Dedicated Battery Meter
||A visual indicator of the estimated time remaining on
the battery helps avoid dropped calls due to insufficient
|Battery status/ Battery charge display
||Displays battery charge remaining.
||The effect that causes a user to get a busy signal indicating
there are no free channels.
||A low-power, short-range wireless technology designed
for local area voice and data communications. It enables
the exchange of information between many devices, including
certain wireless phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs),
notebook PCs and handheld PCs. This technology allows
you to use a wide range of computing and telecommunications
devices, almost wherever and whenever you want.
||If the mobile phone is left active and an incoming call
is not answered, the message "Call" will be
displayed to inform the user of a call attempt.
||If the mobile phone is wired to turn on and off with
the vehicle ignition, calls will not be terminated when
the ignition is turned off.
||Privately page an individual by sending an audible tone.
|Call Alert Stacking
||With Call Alert Stacking, you can either clear a Call
Alert or save it to the queue for later recall.
||Allows you to set your phone to prohibit certain incoming
or outgoing phone calls.
||Enables you to divert incoming calls to another phone
or answering service.
||Allows you to set your phone to forward all calls to
an alternate phone number.
||Enables you to put a caller on hold while a second call
is answered or made.
|Call Line Identifier
||Phone numbers with Calling Line ID information
are displayed, so you can choose which calls to answer.
||Keep track of the time you accrue each month toward
an allotment of airtime minutes.
||While making a call, the phone will alert you that another
person is trying to call you. You can choose to answer
the call or it will forward to your voice mail.
||A service that allows you to see your caller's number
|CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access)
||CDMA separates communications by code. Voice is broken
into digitized bits, and groups of bits are tagged with
a code. Each code is associated with a single call in
the network. Groups of bits from one call are randomly
transmitted along with those of other calls. Then they
are reassembled in the correct order to complete the conversation.
|CDMA 1X (Code Division Multiple Access, First Generation)
||CDMA 1X is a new technology that offers increased speed
and value-added applications such as high-speed Internet
access, advertising and video conferencing, as well as
downloading music and data directly from the Internet
to your mobile phone, laptop computer, or PDA.
|Cigarette Lighter Adapter
||An accessory device that allows you to power and/or
charge your phone from a car's cigarette lighter.
||Calling Line Identification is a service that allows
the number of a caller to be accessed by the recipient
though services such as Caller Display.
||A directory located within the handset that includes
all contacts and groups that have been assigned by the
||A term generally applied to radio technology in which
a handset is used within a restricted distance from its
corresponding base station.
||Denotes the area in which a mobile phone can make and
receive calls. It is often described by networks in terms
of the percentage of population that can use the service
rather than actual geographic coverage.
||Circuit Switched Data - what you use when you do a dial
up data or fax call from your phone. Different way of
shifting data to GPRS. Has slower speeds/ higher cost
generally than GPRS.
||Data-capable phones enable transmission of data from
a laptop, portable fax machine or personal digital assistant
equipped with a modem and an auxiliary jack.
||Ability of a device to transmit or receive data.
||Your mobile phone can be used to send and receive fax
and data files, access the Internet and send e-mail when
connected to mobile office equipment.
||A term for GSM1800 referring to a digital mobile phone
system using the 1800MHz band.
||Digital Enhance Cordless Telecommunication. A digital
cordless phone standard that is often found on domestic
digital cordless phones.
|Delayed Call Placement
||Programs the unit to place a call after a user-designated
number of minutes have passed. Helps user remember to
place important calls.
||The general term for communications technologies that
digitize transmissions into binary code.
||Calls from a designated list of phone numbers will ring
in a special way (network and subscription dependent feature
-- not available in all areas).
|Dual Battery Capability
||Allows you to use a main and auxiliary battery on your
phone for extended talk times.
||Dual Tone Multi-Frequency. The process of sending multi-frequency
tones across a mobile phone network. Used for tone dialling
and accessing various services.
||A feature on some mobile phones that allows the handset
to operate using either the GSM1800 and GSM900 frequencies
to overcome capacity restrictions. All new mobile phones
in the AUSTRALIA can utilise this service if available.
||A phone that can operate on two different standards.