A television remote control is an example of an engineered product that contains firmware.
The firmware monitors the buttons, controls the LEDs, and processes the button presses in order to send the data in a format the receiving device, in this case, a television set, can understand and process.
Changes the name of the Menu No.3T1:[APRS]-[Sound]-[TX Beep (Beacon)] to [TX Beep], and enables the output of a beep sound when transmitting an auto-reply message as well as a beacon (position packet).
The firmware contained in these devices provides the low-level control program for the device.
Firmware is held in non-volatile memory devices such as ROM, EPROM, or flash memory.
But when trying to update the firmware for a few phones there is a new process which was introduced with the 4.0 release of UCS.
This process allows the device to be manually pointed to a Polycom hosted web server distribution point on the Internet to download and install new firmware packages from.