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Compatibility to Cellphones

FISCON Bluetooth handsfree kits supports an extensive number of cellphones. No matter if you have Apple, Samsung, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, LG, Motorola, Blackberry, Huawei, Sagem, Siemens, i-Mate, PalmOne or another of the supported brands, the compatibility list reads like a who's who of top cellphones models. Additionally, less well-known phones which are used primarily in the B2B sector are supported.

FISCON uses the Parrot Bluetooth chipset CK5050+, well known for a distinguished compatibility to cellphones. It is not just a simple Bluetooth chip like it is integrated e.g. into a notebook or simple handsfree products. Due to the high class architecture and firmware of the market leader Parrot the system supports more than 1500 different cellphone models with numerous Bluetooth subfunctions. This is essential for such a profound integration into your vehicle.

The firmware of a FISCON handsfree is to be continuously adapted to new cellphones. In just a few minutes you can update the firmware with a notebook or Android device using a Bluetooth connection. It is not required to remove the interface from the car. Updates allow you to use your FISCON handsfree also with the next generations of mobile phones.

The usage of the functions of a FISCON Bluetooth handsfree is partial dependent on the capabilities of the cellphone.

Information on A2DP:
A2DP is a producer overlapping technique which allows to send stereo audio signals via Bluetooth to a playback device. Frequently the feature works together with AVRCP to remote control the player. In practice, this means that Audio data which are stored on a cellphone can be streamed via Bluetooth to the sound system of the vehicle. The control of the MP3 player integrated in the cellphone takes place with the buttons of the vehicle. Furthermore it is possible to play commands of a phone integrated navigation system and even internet radio on the car soundsystem. It is required that the cellphone supports A2DP and AVRCP for this functions to be used.

Information on Phonebook Synchronization:
The records of the phonebook can be shown and chosen on the display of the navigation and/or the FIS screen. This eases setting up a call considerably, but the cellphone must support supplying data to enable this function. Depending on their capabilities the cellphones can transfer the data of the SIM card, of their own phonebook or for both of them.

Information on Call Lists:
Lists of missed, incomming and connected calls are stored in the cellphone. A FISCON handsfree kit can upload and display this data on the navigation and/or the FIS screen. This makes it easy to return missed calls without handling the cellphone. Some cellphones show the calling list records since they were connected to the FISCON handsfree. Most cellphones are also able to show old calling list records.