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telecommunications

[¦tel·ə·kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(communications)
Communication over long distances.

telecommunications

The transmission and reception of signals (such as electrical or optical) by wire, optical fiber, or electromagnetic means.

telecommunications

Communicating information, including data, text, pictures, voice and video over long distance. See communications.
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Competition in Japan's telecommunications market is now facing its greatest threat since NTT was privatized in 1985.
Working with Ascendent Telecommunications (www.ascendenttelecom.com.) and Norstan Communications (www.norstan.com)--the vendor behind Marquette's existing on-campus PBX--Nextel technicians visited the Executive Inn and installed Mobile Extension, a product that allowed users to receive a university dial tone, a set class of service, university voicemail, and the ability to make calls using the same five-digit capability of campus landlines.
Local elected officials, who have traditionally been leading proponents of new and emerging technologies, recognize that services such as VoIP can be harnessed to improve competition, lower costs and increase availability of telecommunications services for consumers.
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However, a brief review of telecommunications technologies and protocols that are being utilized for telemedicine applications is a necessary component of a telemedicine course.
More and more, telecommunications is becoming wireless, but we are just at the foothills of this change.
Telia will also claim that the Post and Telecommunications Agency failed to comply with its own regulations by not evaluating the applications in terms of their commercial viability.
PNJ-C was established by 10 regional telecommunication companies affiliated with each electric power house.
* Establish a process for states to adopt the Uniform Telecommunications State and Local Excise Tax Act and to remove excess and multiple taxation of telecommunications.
One of the fastest growing and most dynamic global industry, telecommunications is emerging as an engine of growth and development worldwide.
Coincidentally, the government was completing the forced breakup of telecommunications powerhouse AT&T.

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