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A Guide to Modern Telephone Systems With the coming of softphones as against the traditional telephones, the telephone system has been revolutionized and has benefited companies because of its low cost and convenience to its users. Traditional telephone systems make use of cables connecting stations to homes and offices and this type of system are very costly and it needs regular maintenance. For users of traditional phone systems, there is a long waiting time for a telephone provider to be able to install the system, it also entails cost for the cables that need to be used for the system plus the cost of the telephone unit itself. Because of these costs, the traditional telephone system should be replaced by a better one. It is also very convenient to use soft phones because it can easily be installed by just plugging a head set into a computer phone and you can immediately take client calls over it. Through the VoIP system, it becomes very convenient for users because even if they away from office, they can stay connected to their office through the internet and by using their devices like laptop of smart phones. Another benefit of this is that even if you are just using your smart phone, it is possible to attend a multi-party conferencing. However many the benefits of VoIP telephone systems have, they also have their limitations especially when it is purely used as voice and the reason for this is the use of IP and compression technology. This means that when you compress or filter a modulated frequency, some signal quality is lost so it comes out distorted. Signal delays is also noticeable since IP packets are transmitted not on a dedicated channel but via an existing bandwidth, so, unlike the analog devices where the dedicated bandwidth is expressed in cycles per second, meaning that the traffic will depend on how many users are using the single lane path, the digital device has wider thoroughfare where it is being used by all forms of signals. You can also view IP transmission like speeding small cars traversing a very wide highway. Also the internet is dependent not only on the quality of the signal and the width of the thoroughfare, but also the strength of the signal, and it is here where the distance of your location to the transmitter will rely on how strong the signal is. Again taking the analogy of a bed of water where the ripple or the wave would depend on the size of the stone that you throw in, and the bigger the stone, the bigger the wave, and the farther the ripple can spread, or in our case, the farther you can avail of the signal.
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Despite these disadvantages, there are still benefits to be gained because the IP telephone systems do not require any dedicate channels and this means that, since the thoroughfare is wide, any open space that can be used will allow the signals to go through easily.Why not learn more about Telephones?