EMBARC


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EMBARC

(EMBARC Communications Service, Boynton Beach, FL) A Motorola subsidiary that provided wireless broadcasting of mail and news to mobile computers that have a Motorola NewStream, SkyTel SkyStream, PCMCIA NewsCard or similar receiver. Using a 930-931 MHz channel licensed to Motorola, EMBARC stood for Electronic Mail Broadcast to a Roaming Computer.
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