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Partyline Components

March 18, 2011

Partyline intercom systems are frequently referred to as 2-wire. This term can be misleading since the stations are connected together using 2-conductor shielded microphone cable and the shield is a conductor. This connection is typically used to carry the partyline... Read more
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Application Notes #1101

March 15, 2011

APPLICATION: How do 40 wireless intercom users work in congested RF environments and tour the world? PRODUCT MUST: Work in congested UHF and Wi-Fi environments, be easy to manage, interface easily with wired intercom, support large numbers of users, be easy to... Read more
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Partyline Intercoms

March 7, 2011

Partyline (PL) intercoms are the simplest form of production intercom systems and are normally used for teamwork activities such as when several users, such as belt packs or camera intercoms, are engaged in a given common activity and they need to... Read more
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Partyline Intercoms

March 7, 2011

Partyline (PL) intercoms are the simplest form of production intercom systems and are normally used for teamwork activities such as when several users, such as belt packs or camera intercoms, are engaged in a given common activity and they need to... Read more
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Partyline Termination

March 3, 2011

The fundamental concept of Clear-Com Partyline intercom is that all channels are terminated in one location, preferably at a main station or power supply. NOTE: There should be one, and ONLY one, termination for each channel in the system. The concept is to... Read more
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