August 24, 2011

Clinical Work: Hyperbaric Medical Staff Communicates with CellCom Wireless

APPLICATION:  The nurses in the nurses’ station work area and hyperbaric chamber need to communicate with the operator and doctors that are working throughout the hospital.
PRODUCT MUST: The intercom system must enable mobility as well as clear communications throughout the hospital.
SOLUTION: The CellCom base station along with a speaker and microphone are installed in the nurses’ station. CEL-TA active transceiver antennas are mounted in the hallways and nurses’ station work area to provide coverage in the rooms throughout the hospital and the hyperbaric chamber. The operator uses the microphone and speaker from the CellCom base station to communicate with nurse attendants who are wearing CellCom wireless beltpacks and headsets. Nurses can roam outside or inside the hyperbaric chamber to speak with doctors throughout the hospital that are also wearing wireless beltpacks and headsets.

Application Diagram (Click to Enlarge.)

CellCom Base Station/Wireless Beltpacks operates in 1.9 GHz band and uses DECT to allow users to move freely without audio fading or losing communication connections.
CEL-TA active transceiver antenna supports up to five beltpacks each.
Note: CellCom® and FreeSpeak® are different brands representing the same digital wireless intercom system (with minor technical differences). Due to trademark limitations, CellCom and CellCom Integra (formerly CellCom50) are only available in the U.S. and Canada; and FreeSpeak and FreeSpeak Integra (formerly FreeSpeak50) are available in all countries other than the U.S. and Canada.

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