Refers to interface or connection between a radio system and telephone line. Applications include auto-patch, SMR, radiotelephones, PCS, GSM, cellular networks. May also refer to a service provider.
Relating to the provision of CPE, especially installed key and PBX systems (e.g., "the interconnect business"). May refer to a company that provides/installs CPE.
This is a telephone interface between a repeater or control station and the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). This allows telephone calls to be placed and received from a mobile transceiver.
A call feature that provides radios with access to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Telephone interconnect can be used for both landline-to-radio calls and radio-to-landline calls.
Business Telecom Advisors is a interconnect company. We sell, install and maintain telephone systems for business customers.
A company or vendor selling customer premises equipment, generally PBXs and other types of office telephone systems. An interconnect company is typically an independent distributor of products from more than one manufacturer.
(1) Generally, the process of connecting a device or network to another device or network. The term is also applied to the hardware devices that physically provide the connection. (2) in telephony, key systems, and PBX systems, or a company that sells and installs key systems and PBX systems.