What are the Different Frequencies of the Wireless/Cordless Devices?

Here are some common wireless frequencies:

900MHz - Used in many wireless based systems including cordless phones which can reduce headset range. (CS50 (DISCONTINUED!))

2.4GHz - Used in Bluetooth products, wireless network systems and cordless phones. (CT12 (DISCONTINUED!), GN9120 (DISCONTINUED!))

1.9GHzB - Newly approved frequency band for North America dedicated to telecommunications. (CS55, CS55 Micro, CS70 (DISCONTINUED!), CS351/361 (DISCONTINUED!), OfficeRunner, DWPro1 and DWPro2, CS500 Series, AT&T Marathon, CT14 (DISCONTINUED!))

DECT - Digitaly Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications provides improved digital security and sound quality. (OfficeRunner, DWPro1 and DWPro2, CS500 Series, AT&T Marathon, CT14 (DISCONTINUED!))

More on DECT -

DECT is a digital wireless technology which originated in Europe, but is now being adopted increasingly worldwide, for cordless telephones, wireless offices and even wireless telephone lines to the home.*

The DECT standard makes use of several advanced digital radio techniques to achieve efficient use of the radio spectrum; it delivers high speech quality and security with low risk of radio interference and low power technology.

For more information copy and paste the following website:

HTTP://WWW.ETSI.ORG/TECHNOLOGIES-CLUSTERS/TECHNOLOGIES/DECT

DECT Specifications:

* net bit rate: 32 kbit/s

* frequency: 1920-1930MHz in the US

* carriers: 10 (1880..1900 MHz)

* timeslots: 2 x 12 (up and down stream)

* channel allocation: dynamic

* traffic density: 10000 Erlangs/km²