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intercom

[′in·tər‚käm]
(communications)

INTERCOM

On drawings, abbr. for intercommunication system.

intercommunication system

A communication system within a building or group of buildings with a microphone for speaking, and a loudspeaker for listening, at each of two or more locations.

intercom

A telephone apparatus by which crew can talk to one another within an aircraft.

INTERCOM

(language)
The assembly language for the G-15.

Versions: INTERCOM 101, INTERCOM 1000.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959].
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