Measurable speech quality

In audio communication, it is the sampling rate (comparable in a graphic image to the image’s resolution/granularity) that determines the quality of the speech signal output. The higher the sampling rate, the clearer the signal becomes, which makes it easier to distinguish speech sounds from ambient noise (an issue that users of mobile phones, for example, are only too familiar with).

Depending on the configuration employed, Commend Intercom 2.0 stations offer up to 16 kHz HD audio quality, which is the highest Intercom audio quality available and by far superior to regular telephony applications, which typically operate at around 3.4 kHz.

3.4 KHz – Regular Telephone Applications

7 KHz – Regular Intercom Audio Quality

16 KHz Audio Experience – Intercom 2.0 Standard