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digital communications

[′dij·əd·əl kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(communications)
System of telecommunications employing a nominally discontinuous signal that changes in frequency, amplitude, time, or polarity.

digital communications

Transmitting text, voice and video in binary form. See communications.
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Apart from facilitating the development of these evolving standards, the Advisory will provide information and tools for the integration of digital communications programs in academic settings worldwide.
Optional digital communications and company's Lovelink software provide remote supervision, data logging and alarm for statistical quality control.
com/research/cc13c5/introduction_to_di) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Introduction to Digital Communication Systems" to their offering.
With the increasing popularity of email, VoIP, text and instant messaging, blogging, photo sharing and more, consumers are benefiting from and engaging in digital communications in fundamentally new ways.
With expected delivery and installation on new bus vehicles during first and second quarter 2007, the digital communications products ordered include:
Gene Klawetter of American Digital Communications, 303-377-9486/
We are excited to be working with one of the Caribbean's leading CDMA2000 operators as it represents not only a significant step for ZTE USA, but also the beginning of what we believe will be a long and successful relationship with MiPhone and Oceanic Digital Communications," stated Jack Yang, ZTE USA's executive vice president of sales and marketing.
CONTACT: Kevin Halter of Digital Communications Technology Corporation, 214-248-1922/
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14, 1994, American Digital Communications assigned its rights under asset purchase agreements previously consummated with two Reno, Nevada SMR's to Nextel Communications Inc.
DRI) (Nasdaq:TBUS), a technology leader in transportation, law enforcement, and security digital communications systems, announced today its Digital Audio Corporation (DAC) business unit, based in Research Triangle Park, N.

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