The GSM telephone offered for the European region fulfills all demands with regard to practical operation, voice transmission and reception

Individual functions:

GSM telephone with 2 W transmission

Digital handsfree use (echo compensation) via the audio loudspeakers and an external

Audio mute function during a conversation

Integrated SIM card reader Emergency call possible even without SIM

Separate passive handset can be connected

SMS (Short Message Service) reception with the possibility of directly selecting telephone numbers present in the message section

Manual dialling

External telephone number memory on SIM

Memory for frequently used numbers: for seven numbers of the telephone directory (the data of up to five different SIM cards are stored)

The five numbers most recently called can be stored on the SIM card

Redial function (at the push of a button)

Volume adjustment during a conversation via volume control

Visual and audible call signal

Telephone numbers of incoming calls are displayed (if available in the network); the associated name is also displayed if an entry exists in the directory.

Telephone number of the outgoing call is

Duration of the converstation is displayed Network operator and field strength are

Existing network operators are displayed;

manual or automatic selection is possible

PIN query can be switched on/off (if supported by service provider), PIN can

Copying and rental of phone cards. On-board computer

Some functions of the on-board computer display are linked with the data of the navigation unit: The time is set automatically according to the data determined by the GPS receiver; thus, the only work required involves setting the time zone once.

The route to the destination is known if the route guidance function is activated in the navigation unit. The length of this route is displayed as the distance to the destination. The range display allows an estimate about whether the fuel supply is adequate for the remaining distance. The estimated time of arrival is calculated on an individual basis according to the driving style and the planned route: The navigation unit informs the on-board computer about the different road categories along the route and the length of these road sections.

The on-board computer calculates a different individual average driving speed for each road category. This information is used to calculated the planned time of arrival - if no traffic-related delays occur - on an individual basis. The on-board computer also supplies standard information, for instance the average consumption, average speed, distance travelled, and elapsed driving time. The outside temperature is adopted from the instrument cluster. It is possible to set a limit that triggers a visual and audible speed warning.

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