Definition of the telecommunication
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Telecommunication is the extension of communication over a distance. In practice it also recognizes that something may be lost in the process; hence the term ‘telecommunication’ covers all forms of distance and/or conversion of the original communications, including radio, telegraphy, … Read More

About telecommunication
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Optical fiber provides cheaper bandwidth for long distance communication Bell Labs scientist Claude E. Shannon published A Mathematical Theory of Communication in 1948. This landmark publication was to set the mathematical models used to describe communication systems called information theory. … Read More

Mobile phones
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In telecommunication, a wireless phone, cellular mobile or cell phone (in the United States), also called a mobile phone in other English speaking countries, is a mobile communications system that uses a combination of radio wave transmission and conventional telephone … Read More

Communications
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Communication is the process of exchanging information, usually via common system of symbols. It takes a wide variety of forms, from two people having a face-to-face conversation, to hand signals, to messages sent over global telecommunication networks. The process of … Read More

Telecommunication
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Copy of Alexander Graham Bell’s original telephone, at the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris Telecommunication is the technique of transmitting a message, from one point or place to another with the typical additional attribute of being bi-directional. In … Read More

The digital Europe – i2010 Initiative
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Preparing Europe’s digital future i2010 Mid-Term Review {SEC(2008) 470} INTRODUCTION Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) continue to be a major driver of economic and social modernisation. Today, businesses in the EU devote 20% of investment to ICTs, and the sector … Read More