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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Jamshidi, "Direct sequence spread spectrum point-to-point communication scheme in underwater acoustic sparse channels," IET Communications, vol.
The M2M technology is a mobile broadband service that enables point-to-point communication between any one SIM card operated, internet-based, handheld or fixed device.
The CP341 communication processor of the Siemens PLC implements only the ASCII version of the Modbus protocol (CP341: Point-to-Point Communication, Installation and Parameter Assignment, 2000).
This is different from IM, SMS, e-mail and voice, which are not publicly available and thus considered a point-to-point communication between individuals.
Applications include constructing an optically isolated point-to-point communication link between the USB ports of two PCs, or an optically isolated high-speed communication link between a PC and a serial data network subjected to a high EMI environment that might corrupt the communication over a copper interface.--Electro Standards Laboratories
While moving to IP offers many advantages over sticking with dated analog technology, it's important to remember that using IP for point-to-point communication does require network planning.
While satellite phones were useful for point-to-point communication, it was the Internet that became a lifeline for many BP workers and their families.
MediaFLO certainly takes an innovative approach to streaming: its plan to deliver television content to cell phones doesn't use the ceil network at all; it uses UHF because cellular networks are built for point-to-point communication, not one-to-many--essential for a streaming business.
and UK played vital roles in the development of radio, first as a means of contacting ships from shore and later as an independent medium for short and long point-to-point communication. In Chapter 4 Hills more succinctly summarizes the activities of the U.S.
Pagers, two-way radios and global positioning system (GPS) devices have benefits that go beyond point-to-point communication. In addition to lower costs they may offer better coverage, reliability and even provide features such as instant invoicing.

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