The Avaya IP DECT solution supports up to 120 handsets and 32 base stations.

The IP DECT solution provides businesses with a highly functional wireless solution with the ability to scale to support large numbers of users. This system also supports users in different offices connected via a WAN. The Avaya IP DECT solution connects to the IP Office using an IP protocol based on H.323.

This system supports the 3701 and 3711 handsets.

 

Each Base station has the following features:

  • 8 simultaneous Voice and up to 12 Signaling Channels.
  • Codec G.711, G.723, G.729 for base station IP trunk connection.
  • Handover between base stations occurs seamlessly whether a call is active or not.
  • DECT Networking- An IP DECT telephone can travel from one office to another which is connected over a wide area network (WAN) link and make and take calls.
Avaya IP DECT

 

Given the degree of integration available to wireless users with DECT, there are a variety of means by which calls can be routed to wireless handsets:

  • DDI/DID
    Since each wireless handset is an extension on the IP Office system calls may be routed directly using a DDI/DID number.

  • Transfer
    Calls may be transferred to DECT extensions by operators or other extension users and DECT extension users may transfer callers to any other extension user.

  • Hunt Group compatibility
    Wireless handsets may be programmed as members of groups and answer calls in the same manner as any other extension within that group.

  • Group working
    Wireless handsets may be programmed as members of groups and attract calls in the same manner as any other extension within that group. DECT handsets must NOT be configured into collective groups.

  • Divert destination
    Users may initiate any or all diverts from an Avaya desk phone to a wireless handset.

  • Twinning
    Added in IP Office 3.1, twinning allows calls to a user main extension number to alert at both that extension and a secondary extension. Though not restricted to DECT, this feature is aimed primarily at users who have both a desk phone and a wireless extension. Calls from the secondary twinned extension are presented as if from the users main extension. Presentation of call waiting and busy is based on whether either of the twinned extensions is in use.