Definitions for "Intercom "
Intercom is a flexible voice communication utility for Unix systems. It supports the standard audio compression codecs such as GSM, G.711, and G.72x as well as audio encryption. Intercom was designed mostly for high-speed InterNet connections which are able to provide high quality audio. However, it also works on lower bandwidth connections such as dialup if so configured.
Intercom is a flexible, configurable voice communication utility.
A two-way communication system with microphone and speaker or telephone, which enables tenants to admit visitors while keeping the main door locked
Keywords:  chime, door, com
a Chime Com door
Group Allows you to dial users in your intercom group with a special code.
A pair of dedicated extensions that are configured to speed-dial each other when they are accessed, to provide a private, two-way speech path.
Keywords:  line, see
See PL line.