An electrical device allowing one-way or two-way communication
intercommunication system: a communication system linking different rooms within a building or ship etc
An intercom (intercommunication device), talkback or doorphone is a stand-alone electronic communications system intended for limited or private dialogue. Intercoms can be portable but are generally mounted permanently in buildings and vehicles. ...
The audio link that enables drivers and co-drivers to hear one another above the noise of the car. Intercom headphones and a microphone are built into each driver and co-driver’s safety helmet.
A system of speakers and microphones allowing people in different rooms to talk to each other.
Transmits voice between the handsets and the base unit.
Network of fixed communication terminals installed on 22nd and 23rd century Federation vessels (TOS, ENT).
With respect to cordless phones, refers to the capability to call between the handset and the base of the same phone. Intercom can be one-way or two-way. With respect to business telephones and phone systems, refers to the ability to call from one phone to another within the same system.
1. A means of organizational communications. The design of the intercoms systems produced by RTS Systems focuses on the concept of team communications. A team is an organization of members who perform individual tasks to accomplish a team goal or objective. ...
Used by all production and technical personnel to communicate without being heard by the talent.
IN COMMUNICATE. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - intercom.
Sometimes abbreviated to ICM. Internal communication using the phones.