telecommunicate

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v telecommunicate communicate over long distances, as via the telephone or e-mail
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Usage

In literature:

Advanced Telecommunications, Inc. ALIAS.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
With cheap, educated workforce - they can monopolize basic data processing and telecommunications functions worldwide.
"After the Rain" by Sam Vaknin
Part of the Altar of Kor, obviously, but the Outsiders telecommunicators had never used such extensive machinery.
"Warlord of Kor" by Terry Gene Carr
Grinning secretively to himself, he walked into the telecommunications room.
"The House from Nowhere" by Arthur G. Stangland
Other industries they started to nibble at were telecommunications, aerospace, biotechnology.
"The Samurai Strategy" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

I n June 2005 New Zealand's entire telecommunications network failed.
Kuehne + Nagel Australia has signed a logistics contract with a leading provider of fiber optic and copper product solutions used in telecommunications networks.
Chinese delegates at the World Conference on International Telecommunications 2012 in Dubai.
International Business Machines Corp. Two US lawmakers asked Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei Technologies Co.
The chief American negotiator at a UN telecommunications conference says there's a basic disagreement over possible new Internet regulations.
The telecommunications tax was a way to bring in extra revenue.
She had been a telecommunicator for 17 years.
Based in Germany, VITEC is a specialist distributor of audio and video conferencing, presentation, and telecommunications solutions.
The UN's International Telecommunication Union is seeking to wrap up meetings in Dubai this week, but negotiators still appear deeply divided .
O rganizers of a UN conference on global telecommunications say hackers apparently blocked one of its main websites and caused disruptions in the talks that some critics fear could lead to greater controls over the Internet.
O rganizers of a UN conference on global telecommunications said Thursday that hackers apparently blocked their website and disrupted the talks, a gathering some critics fear could lead to greater controls over the Internet.
Eliza Krigman covers technology and telecommunications for Politico.
Negotiators at a conference on UN telecommunications regulations say they've found one bit of common ground - how to call for help.
John Ball, a Boulder County telecommunications executive, is hoping to raise money and get permission from regulators to bring back skiing after three decades.
Ericsson says the lawsuit concerns technology it has developed that is "essential to several telecommunications and networking standards" in Samsung's products.
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In science:

We experimentally demonstrate such an amplifier, operating at telecommunication wavelengths.
Heralded photon amplification for quantum communication
Then, we show how our results can be applied to the study of a random telecommunication network, where devices are placed at random locations and have random radii of interaction.
Fine Gaussian fluctuations on the Poisson space II: rescaled kernels, marked processes and geometric U-statistics
On the boolean model we consider a classical 2d-order U -statistic, but the coverage of the random telecommunication network is quantified in terms of k-th order U -statistic, for k > 1.
Fine Gaussian fluctuations on the Poisson space II: rescaled kernels, marked processes and geometric U-statistics
The content of this section is inspired by reference , where Decreusefond et al. use concepts from algebraic topology in order to study the asymptotic interactions between devices in a telecommunications network.
Fine Gaussian fluctuations on the Poisson space II: rescaled kernels, marked processes and geometric U-statistics
In principle, the resulting decrease in bit rate could be compensated for thanks to the achievable GHz modulation rates of telecommunication lasers.
Quantum Cryptography
This region is called the second telecommunication window22 .
Quantum Cryptography
Although telecommunication based on optical fibers is very advanced nowadays, such channels may not always be available.
Quantum Cryptography
Photon counting with Germanium APDs, although known for 30 years (Haecker, Groezinger and Pilkuhn 1971), started to be used in the domain of quantum communication with the need of transmitting single photons over long distances using optical fibers, hence with the necessity to work at telecommunications wavelength.
Quantum Cryptography
Motivated by pioneering research reported already in 1985 (Levine, Bethea and Campbell 1985), latest research focusses on InGaAs APDs, allowing single photon detection in both telecommunication windows.
Quantum Cryptography
The first commercial photon counter at telecommunication wavelengths came out only this year (Hamamatsu photomultiplier R5509-72).
Quantum Cryptography
In addition, researchers can benefit from all the tools developed in the past two decades for optical telecommunications.
Quantum Cryptography
At present, good single-photon detectors are not commercially available for telecommunication wavelengths.
Quantum Cryptography
It is interesting to note that, although he used standard telecommunications fibers which can support more than one spatial mode at this wavelength, he was able to ensure single-mode propagation by carefully controlling the launching conditions.
Quantum Cryptography
These components, commercially available, are extremely compact and convenient when using telecommunications wavelengths, which is not true for other wavelengths.
Quantum Cryptography
Modern telecommunication is based on wavelength around 1.3 µm (second telecommunication window) and around 1.5 µm (third telecommunication window).
Quantum Cryptography
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