radiotelephone


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radiotelephone

[¦rād·ē·ō′tel·ə‚fōn]
(communications)
Pertaining to telephony over radio channels.
A radio transmitter and radio receiver used together for two-way telephone communication by radio. Also known as radiophone.
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Wireless or cellular phones and radiotelephones cover most of the populated corridors of the state.
Within the telephone communications industry (SIC 481), a distinction is made between establishments providing radiotelephone service (SIC 4812) and those providing wire telephone service (SIC 4813).(6) Firms in the radiotelephone component provide two-way radiotelephone communications, such as cellular telephone service.
Both forms of mobile radiotelephone service are currently in use, but the phenomenal growth of cellular systems indicates the customer's preference.
Brock also noted the impact of cellular on existing radiotelephone service, saying that in the Washington, DC area, there was a 20 to 30-percent drop in IMTS mobiles following the start of commercial cellular service late last year.
Since I remembered that the first VOA broadcasts were sent via radiotelephone to the BBC in London from where they were retransmitted to Europe on BBC medium wave transmitters, I decided to ask the BBC whether their archives could ascertain the date of the first VOA broadcast.
Numericable, which is next week expected to complete the acquisition of Societe Francaise de Radiotelephone SA (SFR), France's second biggest mobile network operator, is the natural buyer of Bouygues.
French network carrier, SFR (Societe francaise de radiotelephone) has (http://smartphones.sfr.fr/android/tableau-des-mises-a-jour-sfr-mars-2014/) revealed that Sony's three handsets - Xperia Z1, Z1 Compact and Xperia Z Ultra would receive the new KitKat update in April.
The Sweden-based pan-European telecomms operator Tele2 AB said on Tuesday (3 October) that it has agreed to sell its fixed and mobile broadband operations in France to Societe Francaise du Radiotelephone (SFR) for approximately SEK3.3bn in cash.
With the removal of the platoon leader's radiotelephone operator (RTO) and making one of the squad leaders a sergeant with one of his fire team leaders a corporal, current authorizations remain the same (Figures 1 and 2).
Above his desk are charts detailing VHF radiotelephone services, books with titles like Intelligence and National Security and Secret Police.
The first successful transatlantic radiotelephone conversation was held between New York City and London at a demonstration by the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, The Radio Corporation of America, and the British General Post Office.
The promise of cellular mobile radiotelephone service became a commercial realty last October, when Ameritech Mobile Communications inaugurated service in the Chicagoland area a week after the FCC granted it the first such license.