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Amplified Cordless Headphones – State Of The Art Technology

With very little information on the internet about radio earpiece’s, it is very rare when we get a chance to re post, with permission, an article from this industry.

It can be frustrating for people not to be able to enjoy the sense of hearing they once only took for granted. This could be a result of an accident or a more serious illness. Whatever the cause, it can be disheartening to deal with life having to lose something that used to be so basic. This kind of problem is usually heightened when the person uses the telephone which can distort sound or cause other electronic changes in the sound waves, making it even harder to sustain a conversation. If you’re in this boat, you can either choose to be problematic for life or you can manage the situation with a simple Clarity amplified cordless phone.

You don’t have to worry about looking strange when you wear them. This phone can be just as stylish as any cordless phone on the lot but it has the unusual capability of amplifying sound by up to 30 decibels – just enough to make your telephone conversations convenient. This kind of technology was made to allow those who have difficulty in hearing to adjust the volume level to fit their needs. Although it looks no different from any cordless phone you may have used before, it is definitely more powerful.

But power is not all there is to this phone. You will learn to appreciate and value its functionality and usefulness when you use it. Just like any other cordless phone you’ll find, you get to enjoy many other features such as an ergonomic housing that makes sure you get to use your phone and be comfortable with it, a caller ID and bright visual ringers which work great if you’re spending a lazy Friday evening immersed in your favorite author’s latest bestseller. With this kind of phone, you can avoid missing calls because it has visual ringers to allow the user to see incoming calls when the room that they are in has so much noise.

Clarity amplified cordless phones can be useful not only for people who have hearing problems but also for those who call them. When everything is smooth and well heard, it puts less stress on both ends of the line and people just enjoy the conversation more naturally. These phones are also great as gifts for family members who have hearing problems, particularly those who don’t like the thought of wearing hearing aids.

Amplified phones, also known as hearing impaired phones, are some of the most useful technologies invented in this century.

A Plantronics headset or Plantronics wireless headset are just two examples of these cutting edge technology. You can get them just by browsing online and finding a site you can trust.

Is Motorola Solutions Destined for Greatness?

So to resume my run of posts on this website, I have planned to share one of my favorite content pieces this week. I was tentative to add it to the website because I really did not want to offend the initial writer, but I trust he/she is glad that I enjoyed reading their article and planned to share it with my readers.

earpieceInvestors love stocks that consistently beat the Street without getting ahead of their fundamentals and risking a meltdown. The best stocks offer sustainable market-beating gains, with robust and improving financial metrics that support strong price growth. DoesMotorola Solutions (NYSE: MSI ) fit the bill? Let’s take a look at what its recent results tell us about its potential for future gains.
What we’re looking for
The graphs you’re about to see tell Motorola’s story, and we’ll be grading the quality of that story in several ways:

• Growth: Are profits, margins, and free cash flow all increasing?
• Valuation: Is share price growing in line with earnings per share?
• Opportunities: Is return on equity increasing while debt to equity declines?
• Dividends: Are dividends consistently growing in a sustainable way?

How we got here and where we’re going
We first looked at Motorola last year, and it’s earned six out of nine possible passing grades in its second assessment, the same number it earned earlier. Free cash flow has fallen since last year, but the company’s dividend payouts have increased at a greater rate. These trends might indicate the loss of a passing grade or two next year if the company remains committed to dividend payouts despite declining free cash flow. Can Motorola improve its flagging revenue and turn around a weakened free cash flow position? Let’s dig a little deeper to see what Motorola might be up to for the coming year.
Over the past few quarters, Motorola has been struggling to push its revenue higher due to weakness in its government business, thanks in no small part to the U.S. sequester — the American government now accounts for about two-thirds of its overall revenues. My Foolish colleague Rich Smith points out that Motorola recently secured some smaller government contracts, despite unpleasant fiscal conditions in the U.S. The Department of Defense awarded the company a $16.9 million contract to offer land mobile radio support services in Kuwait.
However, this is not enough to move the needle — Motorola needs some billion-dollar contracts, or at least something in the nine figures. The problem is worse for Motorola than for fellow tech contractor Harris (NYSE: HRS ) , which seems to be picking up more government money to supply radios than its peer, in addition to its other telecommunications work. Motorola is almost entirely dependent on its radio sales today, and if Harris is outperforming it, there may not be much reason to expect growth ahead.
Fool contributor John Divine notes that Motorola’s enterprise solutions segment has also been quite slow to launch new products, which led to a substantial reduction in its full-year revenue forecast. According to Reuters, the release of Motorola’s Windows 8-based enterprise handhelds has been delayed until next year, which has weighed on the company’s enterprise segment. The launch of these new products should enable Motorola to win some of the deals that were deferred due to macroeconomic uncertainties this year, and that might finally improve its weak revenue position. Motorola’s RhoElements application framework is also expected to drive growth in enterprise-based applications, and its acquisition of Psionwill help it to expand globally and strengthen its mobile computing portfolio.
Motorola could also benefit from the increasing adoption of LTE mobile networks for public safety in the domestic and overseas markets. Last year, the government approved a payroll tax bill that allows the Federal Communications Commission to auction off TV spectrum for wireless services. The FCC later reallocated the D block spectrum for public safety purposes, which is right up Motorola’s radio-focused alley, provided it isn’t undermined by Harris or other contractors.
Putting the pieces together
Today, Motorola has some of the qualities that make up a great stock, but no stock is truly perfect. Digging deeper can help you uncover the answers you need to make a great buy — or to stay away from a stock that’s going nowhere.
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Source – http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/11/07/is-motorola-solutions-destined-for-greatness.aspx