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communication channel

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shən ‚chan·əl]
(communications)
The wire or radio channel that serves to convey intelligence between two or more terminals.
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He also added that the administration is keen to open all communication channels as soon as possible.
At present, there are already 5 communication channels between passengers and employees of the Contact Center of the Belarusian Railway: telephone communication, e-mail, feedback form Ask a Question to Contact Center Specialists on the website http://www.rw.by , audio and video communication through help terminals, instant messengers.
Before the Panmunjeom communication channel reopened, Wednesday, South Korean officials visited the border and communicated via a microphone when they needed to deliver messages to North Korea.
Regardless of communication channel, these valuable insights allow you to focus on operational efficiency and service strategies which can radically improve customer satisfaction and enhance agent productivity and performance.
The Digital Signage installed by Anzyma will serve as an important communication channel that will support the company's objectives, specifically in enhancing employee awareness and knowledge on company activities."
The most often applied model of the communication channel with slow fading is based on Markov chain which approximates the channel with the final number of states (Finite State Markov Channel FSMC) [14].
Motivating patients through timely engagement and simple communication channels can considerably increase the rate of patient retention, and the use of accessible every-day technology such as mobile phones, offers a familiar mechanism for that communication.
"Opening up communication channels through Blogger and Twitter portals is part of the extensive media initiatives and campaigns currently running at the RTA spanning several media outlets such as daily newspapers, radios, and television channels," said Peyman Younes Parham, Director of Marketing and Corporate Communication Department at the RTA.
Its bespoke analytics engine uses deep behavioural segmentation to closely target users through the communication channel that is most likely to get a result.
The journal has also provided a new communication channel through which to encourage global investigation and dialogue on the many issues, challenges, and opportunities posed by emerging infectious diseases.
Another way to describe the amount of information carried by a communication channel is in terms of media richness, in which media are distinguished as either "rich" or "lean" (Daft & Lengel, 1986; Daft, Lengel, & Trevino, 1987; Rice, 1991; Schmitz & Fulk, 1990; Trevino, Daft, & Lengel, 1990; Trevino, Lengel, & Daft, 1987).
Immediately after 3:30 p.m., the time when North Korea said it would restore the communication channel, liaison officers of the two Koreas at Panmunjeom talked over the hotline, according to the Ministry of Unification.

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