telecom

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n telecom (often plural) systems used in transmitting messages over a distance electronically
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Usage

In literature:

The Neidorf case, and the E911 Document, were both being discussed in detail on the Internet, in an electronic publication called Telecom Digest.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
He flipped on the telecom.
"Accidental Flight" by Floyd L. Wallace
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In news:

TEMIA Meeting Provides Opportunity to Discuss and Develop Telecom Expense Management.
Peter Radizeski of RAD-INFO, Inc talking telecom, Cloud, VoIP, CLEC, and The Channel .
Telecom, AT&T vow to go ahead with planned sale of T-Mobile despite US concerns.
Telecom New Zealand's Business Community.
Telecom Role In Decline, JDS Uniphase Gets New Boss.
Obama Invokes Cold-War Law to Unmask Chinese Telecom Spyware.
Current telecoms regulation has its flaws, but the alternatives are probably worse.
Despite wide adoption of broadband connectivity on the part of most Germans, a new report from the Centre for Telecoms Research foresees slow uptake of IPTV services because of the extent of free DTT TV services.
Things VAR's Will Love About Selling Telecom.
As the carriers look to the VAR space as the new sales channel, I would like to tell the VAR community a few things that they will love about selling telecom.
The telecom giant has a massive facility in New Jersey where it monitors all the activity on its global network.
TEC has appointed Nicholas Winder as Internet specialist at TEC of Jackson Inc In this role, Winder will be responsible for providing telecom services and data networking support.
Carlson cuts costs as its telecom expense management provider spots unused circuits and expired contracts.
Wringing Costs Out of Telecom.
The $103.5 billion fortune of telecoms tycoon Carlos Slim is equal to that of 400,000 of his fellow Mexicans.
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In science:

Quantum key distribution over 122 km telecom fiber. Appl.
Microwave Photonics Parallel Quantum Key Distribution
Our experiment uses photons at telecom wavelengths, so it is ideally suited for long-distance quantum communication.
Heralded photon amplification for quantum communication
Using standard telecom fibers, we could violate Bell inequalities by photons that propagated 8 and 9 km, respectively, and were analysed in two Swisscom stations distant by more than 10 km.
Optical tests of quantum nonlocality: from EPR-Bell tests towards experiments with moving observers
Nowadays, the remaining birefringence is small enough for the telecom industry, but for quantum communication, any birefringence, even extremely small, will always remain a concern.
Quantum Cryptography
Indeed, besides using a shorter channel, what can Eve do? The telecom fibers are already at the physical limits of what can be achieved (Thomas et al. 2000).
Quantum Cryptography
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