Toshiba DK Strata AirLink Wireless Handset
The Strata AirLink Wireless handset, like the cordless telephone, is designed for mobility, reliability, and outstanding performance. Operating in the 1.9 GHz Unlicensed Personal Communication Service (UPCS) range, it represents state-of-the-art design and engineering. The handset can access up to eight separate Strata AirLink wireless systems enabling movement from building to building, system to system. It provides unsurpassed range, clarity, and fully-secured communications using a voice scrambling algorithm. The handset uses one Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery. When fully charged, the battery provides up to 4 hours of talk and 40 hours of standby time.
The handset is equipped with 12 handset volume adjustments (plus a silent mode), 8 ring levels, and a lockable dial pad. Seventy internal alphanumeric Speed
Dial memory locations enable Speed
Dialing by name or number.
The handset has an LCD that shows an idle message, date, call duration, and icons. The icons represent these conditions:
© Off-hook or ringing
© Battery strength
© Alpha mode
© Signal lock and strength It also has standard built-in buttons that perform these specific functions: 3:5 – turns the power ON and OFF )/6+ – performs hookflash functions )&1 – enables features with the use of other buttons; for example, Call Forward, Transfer, Speed Dial, and Conference s/t – adjusts volume and scrolls through menu options $%&– toggles handset between alpha and numeric modes 5&/ – recalls numbers stored in memory 672 – stores Speed Dial numbers/names and the idle message &$// – places the handset off-hook to enable calling (1' – places the handset on-hook and exits from RCL, FCN, STO, and ABC modes &/5 – erases one or more digits in the display * s – scrolls backwards through the Speed Dial list t– scrolls forward through the Speed Dial list and locks/unlocks the dial pad