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telecommunication

The transmission of auditory signals and other data to a remote site by hard-wired or antenna-based signals.
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He specializes in telecommunications & broadcasting, capital markets and journalism theory.
At Ohio State University, for instance, officials at the school's University Network Integrated Telecommunications System (UNITS) inked sponsorship deals with Cingular (www.cingular.com) and Sprint PCS (www.sprintpcs.com) to form OSU Wireless, an independent organization that offers a smorgasbord of rock-bottom-priced deals only to faculty, staff, and students at the Columbus, OH-based school.
Local elected officials play an integral role in protecting consumers, and they use existing taxes on telecommunications services to fulfill fiduciary responsibilities to local residents.
Telecommunication expenses have never been a stumbling block for them, he says.
Finally, students need to be introduced to the Telecommunications Act of 1996 which has had a great impact on the number and nature of telemedicine initiatives.
Guess what: we've just built a telecommunications network, by the people, for the people, with no license fees, minimal capital investment, and lots of bandwidth.
Commenting on the decision to appeal, Telia's president and CEO Marianne Nivert said: "I am very upset about the way the Swedish National Post and Telecommunications Agency (PTS) ignored the section of the Swedish Telecommunications Act regarding access to telecommunications when it awarded UMTS licenses.
The electric power companies aim to establish a nationwide high-speed telecommunication network which will lead to business tie-ups with foreign telecommunication firms, federation officials said.
Privatization and deregulation of the telecommunications industry throughout Southwest Asia has intensified, utilizing a variety of strategies, all of which have been dominated by the importance of responding to new needs while attempting to meet existing demand.
She tried in vain to raise start-up capital before being introduced to Saskatchewan Telephone, a Canadian telecommunications company then interested in entering the U.S.
The European Commission on July 2 cleared the acquisition by Wind Telecomunicazioni S.p.A., an Italian telecommunications operator jointly controlled by Enel S.p.A., France Tlcom and Deutsche Telekom of Enel's internal telecommunications network.
The symbol "PTCL" is being used by the stock exchange for the shares of Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited.

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