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Wireless Communications

Certain applications require the ability to move from location to location without being physically tethered to a cabled system. Clear-Com’s wireless product lines provide 1, 2, or 5 channels of intercom on multiple bandwidths from various types of base stations. And unlike push-to-talk radios or walkie-talkies, Clear-Com wireless systems can provide headset audio that is full-duplex and hands-free with superior audio quality. Clear-Com wireless intercoms can interface to any Clear-Com wired intercom system, allowing both the freedom of mobility and multi-channel station-based communication.


The selection of a wireless system is often based on a combination of decision considerations; system requirements, workflow, size of coverage, location of users, number of user end points, number of separate talk channels, and budget.


Managed Systems are ideal for slightly larger deployments that require a high degree of flexibility and programmability for controlling complex audio flow within the system. All setup for the connected systems and end-point devices such as audio routes, user member grouping, volume levels, user labeling, etc. are managed in the configuration software that comes with the system.


An unmanaged system is a basic plug-and-play system whereby end-point devices are hardwired to the central system. Those connections determine users access levels in the system. No configuration software is available or needed with an unmanaged system.