DECT or Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications is a wireless standard used for home or office phones that allows users to make and receive phone calls without the handset physically connected to the phone or base station. DECT uses the 1900MHz frequency band and does not interfere with Wi-Fi on 2.4GHz, making it a great choice for modern workplaces and homes.

There are mainly two types of DECT solutions on the market – single-cell and multi-cell. What is the difference then between a Single Cell and a Multi-Cell DECT solution we might ask?

A single-cell DECT solution allows multiple handsets to connect to one base station to make and receive calls. Although low a single-cell DECT solution does offer mobility, in terms of devices being able to move away from the base station, there is a limit in terms of range or distance limitation due to the fact that it relies on a single base station. before the device loses connectivity.

A single-cell DECT solution works perfectly for small offices, home offices as well as residential use, an environment where the coverage requirements are small to medium with less than 10 users. there is not a large number of users or a large coverage space required.

A Multi-Cell DECT solution allows for the use of where multiple base stations to be placed are placed throughout the building for increased coverage and handset support. This allows users’ cordless DECT phones to roam and connect between the multiple base stations without dropping losing a call. The multi-cell DECT solution is perfect for small to medium businesses and large even enterprise applications, including multinational offices, warehouses, and industrial locations solutions where great mobility and coverage is required over multiple floors with many simultaneous users.

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