5 Product Highlights FREELINC 2000 Spring-Loaded Rotating Clip on back side2.5 mm Earpiece JackMicrophoneLED Status IndicatorVolume/VOX Sensitivity Adjustment ControlPush-to-TalkHigh Quality SpeakerWall Charger Connection Port
6 Product Overview FREELINC 3000 Wireless Dual Muff Headset Premium Silicone Ear PadsNoise Cancelling MicrophoneDual Push-to-Talk ButtonsAdjustable BoomLED Status IndicatorOn/Off and Volume ControlNoise Reduction Rating = dBNear-Field Magnetic Induction TechnologyUp to 150 hours talk time
9 Product Overview FREELINC 1000 Wireless Headset with Noise-Cancelling MicrophonePush-to-TalkUp to 20 hours talk timeMagnetic Charging Dock with Wall Charger ( V; 50-60Hz)5V USB Adapter CordVolume ControlOn/Off SwitchComfortable Wire Hook for Ear SupportRange: Up to 5 feet from radioNear-Field Magnetic Induction Technology (NFMI)
10 FREELINC 1000 Package Includes: Headset with Microphone Magnetic Charging DockTether w/ClipWall ChargerAssorted Ear Gels9 Assorted Ear Hooks each w/Loop for TetherUser Guide10
12 Charging Dock FREELINC 1000 Magnetic Charging Dock With Wall Charger and 5V USB Adapter CordLED Status IndicatorRed light for chargingGreen light for fully charged
13 Current Adapters Two-Way Radio Adapters for use with FREELINC products Adapter FA01Compatible with Motorola two-way radios for Public Safety and Security.Potential clients may include Law Enforcement, Public Safety Agencies, Government Agencies and Security Companies.Adaptader FA02Compatible with two-way radios from M/A-ComAdapter FA03Compatible with mid-tier Motorola two-way radios for use in Business & Industry.Potential clients include mining industry, railroad, casinos & hospitality.Adapter FA04Compatible with Kenwood two-way radios for Public Safety.
21 Current Products Accessories – FREELINC 1000 Ergonomically Designed Ear GelsExtensive Selection for Maximum Comfort and Adjustment
22 Current Products Accessories – FREELINC 1000 Ear Hooks for Support Extensive Selection for Maximum Comfort and Adjustment
23 Current ProductsAccessories for FREELINC 1000Tactical Use
24 PATENTED NFMI TECHNOLOGY Near Field Magnetic Induction is a short range, wireless, physical layer that communicates by coupling a tight, lower power, non-propagating magnetic field between devices. These magnetic fields remain localized around the user creating a communication “bubble.”The energy inside the “bubble” provides high signal-to-noise ratios over traditional RF systems virtually eliminating communication problems like reflection and fading.To maintain the communication “bubble” the remote device and the adapter/radio must remain within 1.5 meters, approximately 3’.The magnetic energy contained resonates around the user, but does not radiate into free space. This makes interception of secure transmissions nearly impossible.24
25 PATENTED NFMI TECHNOLOGY Why Choose Near-Field Magnetic Induction Technology over other wireless technologies:Cutting-Edge TechnologyMobility and Freedom-of-Motion (no wires or cables)Exceptional Battery Life over other wireless technologiesAudio IntegrityEase of UseDurabilitySecure CommunicationsTo maintain the communication “bubble” the remote device and the adapter/radio must remain within 1.5 meters, approximately 3’.25
26 Frequently Asked Questions What happens if I go out of range and lose the link between the speaker microphone and the radio adapter?The speaker microphone will beep with an alert tone and the adapter on the radio will blink red. To re-establish the link, move the speaker microphone within range of the radio adapter.Will my speaker microphone communicate with more than one adapter at a time?No. When the speaker microphone and radio adapter are paired they exchange a unique and individual ID. This exchange ensures that communication occurs only between the linked speaker microphone and radio adapter.Do I need to modify my radio in any way for the speaker microphone and adapter to work?No. The only requirement is that the FREELINC adapter must be the one specified for your two-way radio model.What happens if I lose my speaker microphone and need to use my radio to communicate with others?Simply turn the adapter switch to Off. With the adapter off, your two-way radio functions as if the adapter were not attached.Can I charge my speaker microphone through the USB ports on my computer?No. The levels on other USB ports are not the same as they are on the FREELINC charging cables. Failure to comply could cause damage to your speaker microphone.
29 Future DevelopmentAdapter FA07For ICOM Two-Way Radio
30 Additional Future Developments Remote PTTAdapter for Motorola EX500/600Adapter for Motorola two-way radios with a 2-pin connector (EP-450, EP-350, etc.)Adapter for Kenwood two-way radios with a 2-pin connector (TK-2360, TK-2170, etc.)Microphone for Military use
32 Current Patents U.S. Patent 7,532,901 Issued (No. 14) Methods and Apparatus to Detect Location and Orientation in an Inductive SystemU.S. Patent 7,565,187 Issued (No. 15)Transceiver Device and FastenerU.S. Patent 7,574,173 Issued (No. 16)Wireless Communication Over a Transducer Device (NFMI Tuning Techniques)CIP #1 - US Patent App # 11/264,169NFMI Remote PTT DeviceHeadset, Speaker Mic, and Remote PTTCIP #2 - US Patent App # 11/469,751Remote Microphone Device and Radio AdapterMobile Mic - Battery Charge via CordNon Provisional #1System and Method for Near Field Communications Having Local SecurityNon Provisional #2Near Field Communication System Having Enhanced SecurityNon Provisional #3Secure Programming and Encryption of a Wireless Device / SystemNon Provisional #4Point to Multipoint Passive Inductive Communication SystemProvisional #1 and #2 (Work in Progress)Consumer Applications