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Help Page &
Frequently Asked Questions
about DECTweb

  1. What is DECTweb ?
  2. How do I find stuff on DECTweb ?
  3. Computer requirements for this website
  4. Pdf and Adobe Acrobat
  5. Why doesn't a hyperlink work ?
  6. Why no pictures ?
  7. Wot no applets ?
  8. Information missing or wrong ?
  9. Improve DECTweb ?

What is DECTweb ?

DECTweb is a site dedicated to creating a global on-line community relating to the Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications - DECT - standard.   
To find out the basics of what DECT is all about, click here
To find out more about the origins of DECTweb click here

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How do I find stuff on DECTweb ?

To find something specific, you can do a Site Search - click at the top right corner of every page


You can access the site map by clicking on 'Sitemap', again found at the top right of any page


Once you get familiar with the site, you can use the sidebar that appears on each page (to the left hand side of this text) to navigate to sections of interest

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Computer Requirements

On this site, DECTweb presents lots of information, some of which is given in tables or graphics.
To view these, the following minimal functionality is required of your computer system and browser:

  • 600 x 800 pixels resolution
  • 256 colors
  • some pages use Javascripts, it is however no problem if your browser cannot properly execute those

Please not that some of the slide presentations on this site require higher functionality of your browser and/or your system. These are mentioned in the respective title page and usually a work-around (download possibility) is given.

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Pdf Format & Adobe Acrobat

The PDF files on this site can be read with the Acrobat Reader version 3.0 or higher. Make sure you have the most recent version from Adobe. If you are using a PCL printer (e.g. the HP Laserjet series) then you should install the RA patch.

Some of the files (e.g. the DECT Forum News Letters) are fairly complex. If they don't display properly on your screen:

  • The reader assumes that standard fonts such as Arial and Times Roman (or the equivalent) are installed on your system
  • Acrobat plug-ins for both Netscape and Internet Explorer may not handle the complexity of some of the files (it may also be the RAM available in your system). In this case right-click the link and use the option "Save Target/Link As ..."

If the files don't print properly then try the following:

  • Check your printer option to send graphics as raster rather then vector graphics
  • Check your printer option to send fonts as bitmaps rather than outlines
  • Try printing at a lower resolution (300 dpi rather then 600 dpi)
  • Convince your IT department that 2 MByte printer memory for a 600 dpi printer is not enough
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Why doesn't a hyperlink work ?

Answer - it should !

If you find links that don't, please let us know, using the Feedback entry on the sidebar

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Why no pictures ?

Because the pages download much quicker without them.
Many pics of products may be found by clicking on the hyperlinks to the sites of companies supplying DECT kit.
If you find some good DECT pics on the web, please e-mail us the URL.

We've tried to keep the site simple so that folk with not-the-latest browsers can also benefit from the site

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Wot, no applets ?

Unfortunately "not all Java applets are created alike"  !
Internet Explorer and Netscape, the two main browsers don't handle things quite the same.
We've aimed to maximise the information value, rather than the prettiness of the
DECTweb, so that everyone can benefit.

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Information missing or wrong ?

Then please send us feedback so we can add or correct it

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Improve DECTweb ?

You really can make a difference - your input is vital to us improving the site.
If every visitor sends just a single piece of  info about DECT in their country or company  it'll radically improve. 
Please become an active contributor to  the community, rather than just a passive observer. 

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All registered servicemarks and trademarks mentioned on this site are acknowledged.
Last modified: Tuesday January 09, 2007.
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