point-to-point communication


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point-to-point communication

[′pȯint tə ′pȯint kə‚myü·nə′kā·shən]
(communications)
Radio communication between two fixed stations.
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He noted that the figures were based on other proposals provided to Six Nations by neighbouring municipalities, and that the County of Brant Fire Department could provide the service at a lower cost because of the availability of point-to-point communications between the dispatch in Paris and Six Nations.
Applications include print and imaging, point-to-point communications, medical imaging, optical storage, sensing and detection, and aerospace and defense.
The research focuses on the operation of transistors for emerging millimeter-wave applications, such as point-to-point communications and automotive radar.
Two transceivers form a point-to-point communications link.
Headquartered in Chicago, Universal Access is a web-enabled, business-to-business intermediary that facilitates the provisioning, installation and servicing of dedicated, point-to-point communications links for service providers who buy network capacity, and transport suppliers who sell network capacity.
The system modernizes ATM programs by delivering net-centric voice communications that reduce dependency on traditional point-to-point communications, while supporting an efficient transition to IP-based communications.
A radio module access point, the CAISI Bridge Module (CBM), can be deployed fast in the field and offers local area network communications for up to two miles and point-to-point communications up to 32 miles.
The network, formally known as a VSAT satellite system, will provide point-to-point communications for about 5,000 USPS sites in the continental United States, Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico, and backup connectivity for a number of larger USPS sites.
According to the company, the new next generation VoIP application-programming interface (API) is able to deliver the point-to-point communications available in consumer services, such as Skype, to commercial vendors.
According to Harris, this system modernises ATM programmes by delivering net-centric voice communications that reduce dependency on traditional point-to-point communications, while supporting an efficient transition to IP-based communications.
The system is comprised of two transceivers forming a point-to-point communications link.

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