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Without innovation, there can be no development. That’s why Phonak Communications works continuously to further develop and improve on the state of the art. You can learn more about this here.
As a leading provider of innovative devices, Phonak Communications offers a huge range of systems for a wide variety of activities.
Phonak Communications is committed to continually improving its products and services. That’s why we conduct intensive research over many years in the areas of communication and hearing technology, enabling us to present innovations to our customers that effectively protect sensitive human hearing.
Phase out FreeCom Aviation Headsets
We would like to inform you that for strategic reasons we have decided not to further develop the FreeCom product line (FreeCom 7100, FreeCom 3000). We will be focusing our activities on our core competencies of hearing protection solutions (outside of the cockpit) and discreet communication. This means we will phase out our FreeCom product line.
Ground-breaking ceremony for the new building in Murten
On June 17, 2019 the ground-breaking ceremony took place for the new building on Phonak Communications AG's new site in Murten. Our Managing Director Evert Dijkstra and Christan Brechbühl, Mayor of Murten, were very motivated for the ceremony!
Undercover missions redefined
The Roger™ Covert System is Phonak's revolutionary new product line for covert, mobile surveillance communication. Find out how the Roger Covert System redefines covert missions.
An international soccer tournament without Phonak?
Inconceivable for referees! Referees and linesmen decide how a match unfolds. The better the neutral parties communicate with one other, the less problematic the match will be. Phonak ComCom makes a valuable contribution to this.
Roger technology – digital, adaptive, wireless.
Roger is an adaptive, digital wireless transmission technology by Phonak that operates in the 2.4 GHz band. Roger audio signals are digitally encoded and broken down into microsecond-scale packets (160 μs), which are then sent to the receivers multiple times in different channels between 2.4000 GHz and 2.4835 GHz.
A tough test for Phonak hearing protection in the Gotthard tunnel
A tough test for Phonak’s intelligent hearing-protection systems on one of the largest present-day tunneling projects. When Strabag Tunneling Switzerland needed a new hearing-protection system to protect its team working on Switzerland’s record-breaking Gotthard Tunnel project, it chose Phonak Communications AG and its Serenity SPC intelligent system.