Communication over a distance by cable, telegraph, telephone, or broadcasting
The branch of technology concerned with such communication
A message sent by such means
(telecommunication) (often plural) systems used in transmitting messages over a distance electronically
(Telecommunication (song)) Telecommunication is a 1981 song by A Flock of Seagulls, from their first album. Although it did not chart on either the traditional UK or US charts, it received considerable time on the dance charts. ...
(Telecommunication) The science of information transport using wire, radio, optical, or electromagnetic channels to transmit and receive signals for voice or data communications by electrical means.
(Telecommunication) (1) The transmission of control signals and information between two or more locations, such as telegraph, radio, or television. (2) The transmission of data between computer systems over telecommunications lines and between a computer system and a remote device.
Communications that take place using the telephone or telephone network.
The transmission of voice, video and/or data through a medium by means of electrical impulses; all aspects of information transmittal.
The transmission, between or among points specified by the user, of information of the user's choosing, without change in the form or content of the information as sent and received.
The science of sending signals representing voice, video, or data through telephone lines.
The transfer of information between computers over telephone lines. Just plug in a modem, fire up some communications software, and you can make contact with the office computer or the Internet.
any transmission, emission, or reception of signs, signals, writing, images, sounds or intelligence of any nature, by wire, radio, optical fibre or other electromagnetic system
This refers to all forms of electronic communications--telephone, television, and computers, for example.
The exchange of voice, video, or data through digital or analog electromagnetic or electronic signals (e.g., radio, telephone, television, facsimile, computer/modem).
Landline telephone systems are being provided by the Digitel Communication Company (DIGITEL) and Philippines Long Distance Company (PLDT).
The communication between two or more parties using techniques to overcome physical barriers and distance.
communications over a distance, generally by electronic means. Today it is possible to communicate with most countries by telephone, or by satellite or microwave link with the capability of more than 100,000 simultaneous conversations and carrying several television channels. ...
Systems that transport information over a distance, sending and receiving audio, video and data signals through electronic means.
A general term used to describe the various means of communicating information over a distance.
Movement of information over an infrastructure; an element of an exchange market transaction.
The transmission and reception of information-bearing electrical signals between remote systems.
Process of converting sounds and data into electrical impulses that can be transmitted (See Telephony).
The user of telephone lines to transmit data.
The transmission of words, sounds, images, or data in the form of electronic or electromagnetic signals or impulses.
A term encompassing both voice and data communications in the form of coded signals transmitted over media.
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The sending and receiving of information from one computer to another over phone lines, satellites, etc.