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Cisco IP Phone 8865 Charcoal

Cisco IP Phone 8865 Charcoal
  • Cisco IP Phone 8865 Charcoal
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Specifications

  • Product Name:
    Cisco IP Phone 8865 Charcoal
  • Model Number:
    IP Phone 8865
  • Brand:
  • Manufacturer Warranty:
    1 Year
  • Description

    Cisco IP Phone 8865 Charcoal

    Ergonomic design

       The phone offers an easy-to-use interface and provides a traditional   telephony-like user experience

    Graphical display

       The 800 × 480, 24-bit color, 5-in. WVGA display provides scrollable   access to calling features and text-based XML applications

    Video

       720p HD video (encode and decode)

       H.264 and Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC)

    Handset

       The handset is a standard wideband-capable audio handset (connects   through an RJ-9 port)

       The   standard coiled cord has a custom end for concealed cable routing beneath the   phone (cord length is approximately 21 in. [55 cm] coiled and up to 72 in.   (183 cm) extended)

       The   handset is hearing aid-compatible (HAC) and meets Federal Communications   Commission (FCC) loudness requirements for the Americans with Disabilities   Act (ADA). You can achieve Section 508 loudness requirements by using   industry-standard inline handset amplifiers such as Walker Equipment W-10 or   CE-100 amplifiers. The dial pad is also ADA-compliant

    Speakerphone

       The full-duplex speakerphone gives you flexibility in placing and   receiving calls with hands free.For added security, the audible dual tone   multifrequency (DTMF) tones are masked when the speakerphone mode is used.

    Analog headset

       The analog headset jack is a standard wideband-capable RJ-9 audio port

    AUX port

       You can use an auxiliary port to support electronic hookswitch control   with a third-party headset connected to it

    External audio ports

       The phone has a 3.5-mm stereo line in/out jack (for optional external   headset, speakers, or headphones)

    USB

       Two USB ports enhance the usability of call handling by enabling wired   or wireless headsets, in addition to providing charging capability to mobile   devices such as smartphones or tablets

         A side USB port provides up to 500mA power output at 5V or 2.5W

         A back USB (in yellow) port provides 500mA power output and is   upgradable to support up to 2.1A power output at 5V or 10.5W

    Ethernet switch

       An internal 2-port Cisco Ethernet switch allows for a direct   connection to a 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet network (IEEE   802.3i/802.3u/802.3ab) through an RJ-45 interface with single LAN   connectivity for both the phone and a co-located PC

       The system   administrator can designate separate VLANs (IEEE 802.1Q) for the PC and   phone, providing improved security and reliability of voice and data traffic

    Bluetooth

       The phone offers Bluetooth 4.1 LE, Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) Class 1   technology (up to 66-ft [20m] range)

       Hands-Free   Profile (HFP) is supported for untethered headset connections and voice   communications

       Phone Book   Access Profile (PBAP) is supported for phone book object exchange between   devices

    Wi-Fi client

       As an alternative to wired Ethernet, the 8865 supports a Wi-Fi radio   with integrated antenna enabling connectivity to a Wi-Fi access-point   infrastructure, thereby saving on the labor costs of pulling Ethernet cables   to every work location. Complete Wi-Fi specifications are included in Table 3   later in this document

    Keys

       The phone has the following keys:

         Line keys

         Soft keys


     

    Protocols

    IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, and 802.11ac

    Frequency bands and operating channels

       2.412-2.472 GHz (channels 1-13)

       5.180-5.240 GHz (channels 36-48)

       5.260-5.320 GHz (channels 52-64)

       5.500-5.700 GHz (channels 100-140)

     5.745-5.825   GHz (channels 149-161)

    IEEE 802.11d is used to identify available channels.

    Nonoverlapping channels

     2.4 GHz (20-MHz   channels): Up to 3 channels

     5 GHz   (20-MHz channels): Up to 24 channels

      5 GHz (40-MHz channels): Up to 9 channels

     5 GHz   (80-MHz channels): Up to 4 channels

    Operating modes

    Auto (default), preference to strongest   RSSI for 2.4 or 5 GHz

    2.4 GHz only

      5 GHz only

    Data rates

    802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54   Mbps

     802.11b:   1, 2, 5.5, and 11 Mbps

       802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps

       802.11n: HT MCS 0, MCS 1, MCS 2, MCS 3, MCS 4, MCS 5, MCS 6, and MCS 7

       802.11ac: VHT MCS 0, MCS1, MCS 2, MCS 3, MCS 4, MCS 5, MCS 6, MCS 7,   MCS 8, and MCS 9

    (MCS 9 available with VHT40 and VHT80 only)

    2.4-GHz receiver sensitivity

    IEEE 802.11b:

    IEEE 802.11g:

    IEEE 802.11n HT20:

       1 Mbps: -98 dBm

       6 Mbps: -95 dBm

       MCS 0: -95 dBm

       2 Mbps: -96 dBm

       9 Mbps: -94 dBm

       MCS 1: -92 dBm

       5.5 Mbps: -93 dBm

       12 Mbps: -93 dBm

       MCS 2: -90 dBm

       11 Mbps: -91 dBm

       18 Mbps: -90 dBm

       MCS 3: -87 dBm


       24 Mbps: -87 dBm

       MCS 4: -83 dBm


       36 Mbps: -84 dBm

       MCS 5: -78 dBm


       48 Mbps: -79 dBm

       MCS 6: -77 dBm


       54 Mbps: -77 dBm

       MCS 7: -75 dBm

    5-GHz receiver sensitivity

    IEEE 802.11a:

    IEEE 802.11n HT20:

    IEEE 802.11n HT40:

       6 Mbps: -94 dBm

       MCS 0: -94 dBm

       MCS 0: -91 dBm

       9 Mbps: -93 dBm

       MCS 1: -91 dBm

       MCS 1: -88 dBm

       12 Mbps: -92 dBm

       MCS 2: -89 dBm

       MCS 2: -86 dBm

       18 Mbps: -89 dBm

       MCS 3: -86 dBm

       MCS 3: -83 dBm

       24 Mbps: -86 dBm

       MCS 4: -82 dBm

       MCS 4: -79 dBm

       36 Mbps: -83 dBm

       MCS 5: -77 dBm

       MCS 5: -75 dBm

       48 Mbps: -78 dBm

       MCS 6: -76 dBm

       MCS 6: -73 dBm

       54 Mbps: -76 dBm

       MCS 7: -74 dBm

       MCS 7: -72 dBm

    IEEE 802.11ac VHT20:

    IEEE 802.11ac VHT40:

    IEEE 802.11ac VHT80:

       MCS 0: -93 dBm

       MCS 0: -90 dBm

       MCS 0: -87 dBm

       MCS 1: -90 dBm

       MCS 1: -87 dBm

       MCS 1: -83 dBm

       MCS 2: -87 dBm

       MCS 2: -85 dBm

       MCS 2: -81 dBm

       MCS 3: -84 dBm

       MCS 3: -82 dBm

       MCS 3: -78 dBm

       MCS 4: -81 dBm

       MCS 4: -79 dBm

       MCS 4: -75 dBm

       MCS 5: -76 dBm

       MCS 5: -73 dBm

       MCS 5: -73 dBm

       MCS 6: -75 dBm

       MCS 6: -72 dBm

       MCS 6: -68 dBm

       MCS 7: -74 dBm

       MCS 7: -72 dBm

       MCS 7: -68 dBm

       MCS 8: -70 dBm

       MCS 8: -67dBm

       MCS 8: -64 dBm


       MCS 9: -66 dBm

       MCS 9: -62 dBm

    Transmitter output power

    2.4 GHz:

    5 GHz:

       802.11b: Up to 17 dBm

       802.11a: Up to 16 dBm

       802.11g: Up to 16 dBm

       802.11n HT20: Up to 13 dBm

       802.11n HT20: Up to 13 dBm

       802.11n HT40: Up to 13 dBm


       802.11ac VHT20: Up to 12 dBm


       802.11ac VHT40: Up to 12 dBm


       802.11ac VHT80: Up to 12 dBm

    Antenna

       2.4 GHz: 2.08-dBi peak gain

       5 GHz: 1.88-dBi peak gain

    Access-point support

       Cisco Wireless Access Points

         Minimum: 7.0.240.0

         Recommended: 7.4.121.0, 7.6.110.0, or later

       Cisco Aironet Access Points in Autonomous Mode

         Minimum: 12.4(21a)JY

         Recommended: 12.4(25d)JA2 or later

       Cisco Meraki® access points

    Wireless security

    Authentication:

    Encryption:

       Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Versions 1 and 2 Personal and Enterprise

       40- and 128-bit static Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)

       EAP-FAST

       Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) and Message Integrity Check   (MIC)

       Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol - Microsoft Challenge   Handshake Authentication Protocol Version 2 (PEAP-MSCHAPv2)

       Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)

    Fast secure roaming

       802.11r (FT)

       Cisco Centralized Key Management (CKM)

    QoS

       IEEE 802.11e and Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)

       Traffic Specification (TSPEC)

       Traffic Classification (TCLAS)

       Enhanced Distributed Channel Access (EDCA)

       QoS Basic Service Set (QBSS)

    Radar detection

    Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) and transmit power control (TPC)   according to IEEE 802.11h


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