Avaya B159 Release 1.23/B149 Release 1.16 User's Manual

Avaya Conference Phone User's Manual - B159 Release 1.23/B149 Release 1.16.
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B159 Release 1.23/B149 Release 1.16 

ReadMe 

 

Issue: 1.0 

 

Date: 7 March 2011 

 

This file is the Readme for the Generally Available Avaya analog conference telephones B159 Release 1.23 and B149 
Release 1.16.  This file describes the contents of the Release, but since this is the initial release, no comparison is made 
with earlier releases. 

 

OVERVIEW 
The B159 and B149 are analog conference telephones, developed by Konftel (wholly owned by Avaya, Inc.), and uses 
OmniSound® technology to provide full-duplex, crystal-clear sound for all participants.  This technology includes noise 
suppression and equalizer functionality to avoid clipping, minimize background noise, and in general provide a superior 
conferencing experience.  Of course, optimal performance is obtained in environments free of acoustic interference. 

 

The B149 is intended for small-to-medium conference rooms, and provides standard telephony functionality as well as 
providing the following enhanced features: 

Users can record calls with a Secure Digital (SD) card.  The SD card is not included as part of the standard package 

The telephone offers a Phone Book of up to 50 user-entered names and up to 20 Conference Groups of up to 6 names 
each. 

Note: the B149 ships from the factory with Release 1.16, and hence no software release is provided on the Avaya Support 
website. 

 

The B159 is intended for medium-to-large conference rooms or other such environments (e.g. auditoriums), and provides 
standard telephony functionality as well as providing the following enhanced features: 

The telephone can interface to Public Address (PA) systems 

The telephone can serve as a 2-way speaker when cable-connected to Mobile (DECT) telephones, or to a PC for Voice 
over IP calls 

Users can record calls with an SD card that is included as part of the standard package. 

The telephone offers a Phone Book of up to 50 user-entered names and up to 20 Conference Groups of up to 6 names 
each. 

A wireless headset adapter interface is supported. 

Note: the B159 ships from the factory with Release 1.23, and hence no software release is provided on the Avaya Support 
website. 

 

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