Traducción de telecommunications en Español:


telecomunicaciones, n.

Pronunciación /tɛlikəmjunɪˈkeɪʃənz//tɛlɪkəmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)nz/


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    telecomunicaciones femenino
    • This is a wireless phone that will use the best telecommunication technology available.
    • He said modern telecommunication infrastructure was costly, but the resulting efficiency in communication enhances business effectiveness
    • Your hotel will need to have high-speed internet access, will need to have good telecommunication equipment in general.
    • However, there are no buildings of a suitable height or design available to accommodate telecommunication equipment in the area, or masts capable of being shared.
    • More recently, largely due to the sharp rise in cellular mobile telephone subscribers and paging users, a number of new telecommunication retailer branches have opened.
    • And I also think the telephone and telecommunication companies want it as well.
    • Broadband refers to telecommunication in which a wide band of frequencies are available to transmit information.
    • It was the view of the committee that, in these instances, the incidents had likely involved the fouling of submarine telecommunication cables or associated debris.
    • In place of crystal balls they have given us ‘Internet-enabled computing’, video conferencing and mobile telecommunication.
    • The more users there are within a community, the more cost effective broadband investment becomes for telecommunication companies.
    • This brings real-world practicality to telecommunication and network applications.
    • This filter became of paramount importance in the production of dense wavelength division multiplexing filters for telecommunication applications.
    • The bandwidth of existing telecommunication networks is determined, in part, by the spots in the spectrum where attenuation in the fiber peaks.
    • In this day and age of advanced telecommunication facilities a source of a telephone call is very easy to detect.
    • Cameras, telecommunication products, and DVD players are responsible for most of the increase.
    • It was started 140 years ago by countries across the world to standardise the telegram and has been at the forefront of every international telecommunication effort since.
    • Fixed line telecommunication has proved problematic for all telecom companies with a lot of migration to mobile telephones.
    • The network operated through telecommunication channels like telephone and Internet.
    • Add in energetic radiowaves used in telecommunication, and we have a recipe for disaster.
    • Demand for telecommunication surges in the world's fastest growing economy.
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    telecomunicaciones femenino
    to study telecommunications estudiar telecomunicaciones
    • before noun telecommunications industry industria de las telecomunicaciones
    • These house the heating, ventilation, electrics, telecommunications and plumbing.
    • For technology is moving ahead, and demand for telecommunications is growing.
    • Furniture and telecommunications equipment had been purchased using the funding.
    • I studied computational physics at university rather than engineering or telecommunications.
    • The tremendous advances in telecommunications technology are responsible for this dramatic change.
    • Trade between them is dominated by information technology and telecommunications equipment.
    • Telemedicine can be defined as the use of telecommunications technologies to provide medical information and services.
    • Quantum leaps are also happening to telecommunications, medicine and even in the world of entertainment to name but three.
    • I will campaign for upgraded electricity and fibre-optic telecommunications networks.
    • With the telecommunications revolution, telephone and fax became more accessible to people.
    • Almost every listed company in the technology, media, or telecommunications sector enjoyed a rapid increase in value.
    • The technology and telecommunications sectors have been particularly badly affected.
    • Even so, he has some concerns about Ireland's telecommunications deficit.
    • There are fewer growth funds, which tended to own a lot of technology and telecommunications.
    • Computer technology will always be the anchor for the telecommunications industry.
    • Now telecommunications technocrats abound, bringing their own interests and skills to the forum.
    • The telecommunications mast uses new technology to be adopted in a scanner-proof police radio system across Scotland.
    • He holds master's degrees in telecommunications systems and computer science.
    • Transportation, telecommunications and electricity are all getting dearer and dearer.
    • He administered and oversaw the telecommunications and information technology systems for the company.