The word telephone is a noun. Telephone means (1) electronic equipment that converts sound into electrical signals that can be transmitted over distances and then converts received signals back into sounds, (2) transmitting speech at a distance.
Telephone is also a verb that means (1) get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word telephone.
This table lists North American area codes, sorted by area code. Visitors can find the locations and usages assigned to the area codes which are available in the North American Public Telephone Network.
Visit this radio communications equipment manufacturer directory to locate radio communications equipment manufacturers in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts two push-to-talk radiotelephones.
WhoWhere is a Lycos sponsored site. It is a telephone directory for web, people, shopping, images & videos, and classifieds. Users can also search reverse telephone numbers. Additional searches include mapping, distances, and categories.
Browse this answering service provider directory for information about answering services in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a customer service representative wearing a telephone headset.
Long distance phone calls are calls that are placed outside the user's local service area. Long distance carriers enable subscribers to place long distance phone calls to telephone numbers around the world.
Surveillance equipment is used to observe and record people's behavior. It can include listening devices, miniature cameras, telephone tapping devices, and closed circuit television cameras (CCTV).
Asterisk is an extensible, downloadable, open source telephone system. This software-based PBX supports Voice over IP in many protocols, and runs on a variety of operating systems including Linux, Mac OS X, OpenBSD, FreeBSD and Sun Solaris. Asterisk can interoperate with most standards-based telephony equipment using relatively inexpensive hardware.
Sprint Nextel offers a range of wireless and wireline communications services. Sprint was founded in 1899 as the Brown Telephone Company. Nextel was founded in 1987, and the two companies merged in 2004. The website provides information about phones, plans, accessories, coverage and support. The Sprint Digital Lounge offers special ring tones, entertainment, and applications.
Superpages provides information about businesses and retailers in local areas. Along with telephone number and address, Superpages also provides driving directions and hours of operation. Users can add or edit a business and can put the Superpages icon on their toolbars. Users can also add weather reports, lottery results, and Wi-Fi hotspots to their searches.
The following articles provide recent telephone-related news.
L.A. private equity titan Tom Gores is facing an ouster campaign for his LACMA board seat over his firm's investment in a prison telephone service.
Laurence Darmiento. Los Angeles Times. Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 15:24:21 -0400.