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Corded Conference Phones

 
Polycom VoiceStation 100
Factory Serviced Includes 90 Day Warranty
Item # 2200-06846-001
  • Corded Conference Phone
  • Full Duplex Operation
  • Acoustic Clarity Technology
  • 3 Sensitive Mics
  • Powerful Speaker

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Polycom VoiceStation 100
Factory Serviced Includes 90 Day Warranty
Item # 2200-06846-001
VoiceStation 100 is the clear alternative to handset speakerphones when conducting remote meetings. With Polycom's full-duplex Acoustic Clarity Technology, VoiceStation 100 enables natural, free-flowing conversation, assuring that everyone can hear and be heard clearly without the need to raise your voice or repeat words and phrases.
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VoiceStation 100 Features:
  • Corded Conference Phone
  • Full Duplex Operation
  • Simultaneous, Natural & Clear Conversation
  • Acoustic Clarity Technology
  • Perfect for Smaller Rooms
  • 3 Sensitive Mics
  • 360 Degree Coverage
  • Powerful Speaker
  • Iconic / Alpha-Numeric Keypad
  • Hold / Mute / Redial / Flash
  • Data Port on Power Supply
  • Wall Mountable
  • Requires Analog Telephone Line
Key Term Definitions
Acoustic Clarity Technology:
This Polycom patented technology allows you to enjoy instantaneous natural conversation. When paired with a full duplex speakerphone, echo is eliminated and both callers are able to speak simultaneously without experiencing voice dropouts. The voice clarity on conference systems that feature this technology is incredibly crisp and clear.

Full Duplex Operation:
The full duplex feature allows simultaneous flow of audio signals between your conferencing phone and that of the outside caller. Polycom systems carry a full duplex speakerphone, which can transmit and receive audio signals at the same time, in both directions.

Analog:
Analog is the original telephone technology, a system that converts air vibrations (like those created by the human voice) into similar electrical frequencies. Analog lines can support phones, fax machines, and modems and are typically found in homes or small office settings. Analog systems measure data in one continuous variable while digital breaks down and manipulates the data. One of the advantages of analog systems is that they dot not require a filter for band-limiting. Several SoundStation models operate on an analog system with features that are specifically designed for day to day communication.