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Products intended to support or replace a person’s capacity to receive, send, produce and process information in different forms, including communicating by language, signs and symbols, receiving and producing messages, carrying on conversations and using communication devices and techniques. Included are, e.g. devices for seeing, hearing, reading, writing, telephoning, signalling and alarming, information technology. Assistive products for office administration, information storage and management. at work, see >28 21
Included are, e.g. stationary telephones with or without portable receivers, loudspeakers, visual telephones, videophones, telex and telefax machines, telephones with built-in warning signals, internet telephones, tactile telephones. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06
Included are, e.g. car telephones, portable short-range telephones, hands-free models, camera-equipped models.
Included are, e.g. mobile text telephones, devices and software for real-time text conversion, telephones with Braille input/output.
Panels and boards of switches for controlling the operation of a telephone system
Included are, e.g. connection units and signal transformers of an incoming message, keyboards for mobile phones, number presentation assistive products, dialling, engaged and ring tone indicators, dialling assistive products, receiver holders, receiver amplifiers. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06. Assistive products to assist or replace arm function, hand function, finger function or combination of these functions, see >24 18. Assistive products for fixation, see >24 27
Software for verbal and visual communication between computers via the computer network. Included are, e.g. Internet Protocol (IP), Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony (IP) software, teleconference software, internet-based video communication systems, apps to facilitate use of smartphones and tablets. Face-to-face communication software, see >222112
Stand-alone electronic communication systems intended to facilitate a limited or private. dialogue between two or more persons in different locations. Assistive products for alarming, indicating, reminding and signalling, see >22 27