|(Telecommunications) chip that converts digital signals to analog and from analog signals to digital (used in computer modems and other advanced communications devices)||CODEC (coder/decoder)|
|(Telecommunications) most widely-used standard for analog cellular communications (basis of the cellular phone industry in the United States)||AMPS (Analog Mobile Phone System)|
|(Telecommunications) ratio of bits received with errors to the total number of bits transmitted (expressed as a fraction or percent)||BER (bit error rate)|
|(Telecommunications) ratio of bits received with errors to the total number of bits transmitted (expressed as a fraction or percent), BER||bit error rate|
|acknowledgement; character or message sent by a receiving modem to a sending modem to indicate that a data packet has arrived complete and error-free (Computers, Telecommunications)||ACK|
|act or process of separating a modulated message from the carrier signal (Computers, Telecommunications)||demodulation|
|agency overseeing telecommunications in U.S., Federal Communications Commission||FCC; F.C.C.|
|allowing transmission in one direction, apartment on one floor, geometric figure or element, having only one part or element; of or pertaining to a telecommunications system that works in only one direction at a time, root form of word, simple||simplex|
|American corporation headquartered in New Jersey, manufacturer of computer telephony and telecommunications technologies||Dialogic|
|American corporation headquartered in Ohio, developer of technologies for various industries (including the military, telecommunications, aerospace, information systems, and more)||Trw|
|American telecommunications conglomerate (leading manufacturer of global networks, cellular phones, optical fibers etc.)||Sprint|
|an international organization whose membership includes the telecommunications agencies of most countries and that owns the communications satellites that orbit the Earth., International Telecommunication Satellite Organization, telecommunications sate...||Intelsat|
|Analog Mobile Phone System; (Telecommunications) most widely-used standard for analog cellular communications (basis of the cellular phone industry in the United States), Auction Market Preferred Stock||AMPS|
|any end or finish, cable providing telecommunications link, connect electrical equipment, electronic listening device, fasten something with wire, fasten with wire; attach a wire; send a telegram; install an electronic listening device, fit somebody wi...||wire|
|artificial satellite to aid telecommunications||communications satellite|
|ASCII code for message not received, negative acknowledgement; character or message sent by a receiving modem to a sending modem to indicate that a data packet has arrived incomplete and must be re-sent (Computers, Telecommunications), negative acknowl...||NAK|
|bit error rate; (Telecommunications) ratio of bits received with errors to the total number of bits transmitted (expressed as a fraction or percent)||BER|
|character or message sent by a receiving modem to a sending modem to indicate that a data packet has arrived incomplete and must be re-sent (Computers, Telecommunications)||NAK (negative acknowledgement)|
|coder/decoder(Telecommunications) chip that converts digital signals to analog and from analog signals to digital (used in computer modems and other advanced communications devices), compressor/decompressor(Computers) technology used to compress and de...||CODEC|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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