Translation of wireless in Spanish:

wireless

inalámbrico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈwʌɪəlɪs//ˈwaɪ(ə)rləs/

adjective

  • 1

    (device/connection/technology/telephony) inalámbrico
    (connection/telephony/technology/device) sin cables
    (technology/connection/telephony/device) sin hilos
    wireless network red inalámbrico / sin hilos feminine
    • India, with its population of more than 1 billion, has averaged 1 million new connections in both fixed line and wireless phones every month since March.
    • There needs to be a new network in place to allow the broadband transmission over the wireless network.
    • Technology now exists for wireless connections, via radio signals.
    • As instant messaging migrates to cell phones and other wireless devices, interoperability will be even more crucial.
    • They use wireless radios to call elevators or open automatic doors.
    • The Wireless Broadcast Unit is a specialist provider of wireless broadcast products for the media and entertainment arena.
    • These units may be placed in either homes or businesses to receive and transmit a wireless broadband signal.
    • Using wireless broadcast technology, each mast has a range of up to 25 miles and can deliver speeds of up to 1.5Mbps.
    • Marconi's first transatlantic wireless signal was recreated yesterday to mark the 100th anniversary of the historic transmission.
    • To be viable, cellphones and future wireless Internet access devices will need to be mass-produced.
    • The receiver demodulates the wireless signal and ships it on to the customer's terminal equipment.
    • The cradle can be moved around your desk to locate it in the spot with the best wireless signal, because it's like a paperweight on the end of a wire.
    • The T - 1 speed wireless signal that runs through my house allows me to stay plugged-in at all times.
    • The site focuses on the benefits of reallocating low-frequency wireless capacity from broadcasting to unlicensed applications, both here and around the world.
    • It'll beam wireless Internet signals over a 5-mile square mile area of Seattle.
    • BT has unveiled a wireless ADSL broadband modem that allows up to ten people to share a single broadband connection.
    • A number of US Senators were said to be preparing bills to expand the radio spectrum for wireless Internet.
    • A scaleable, broadband wireless system for providing radio access to a metropolitan area.
    • Wi-Fi relies on radio waves and wireless access points or gateways.
    • An eavesdropper can use the program to identify nearby devices that use the Bluetooth wireless protocol.

noun

  • 1

    Telecommunications
    radio(telegrafía) feminine
    before noun wireless telegraphy telegrafía inalámbrica / sin hilos feminine
    • His father, he has said, was ‘an endlessly inventive man’ who was never happier than when tinkering with wirelesses, of which there was one in every room in the flat.
    • Turning on the wireless, the news announced that the operation had begun.
    • Even now I am very sensitive when something isn't tuned in properly on the wireless.
    • And, perhaps above all, I'd listened to the wireless, day after day, listened to stories and songs of far away places and of different times.
    • Her brother got out of medical school… and the wireless at the dance hall broke.
    • He had a hearty appetite, took very little exercise, and spent his days sitting at his office desk and most evenings sitting in front of the fire, listening to the wireless.
    • He rarely went out during the day, but sat in ‘his’ chair, smoking a clay pipe and listening to the wireless while waiting for his next meal.
    • A calm Tuesday morning, the Radio 4 Today programme on the wireless, not much news about.
    • Telephones, television, private cars and wirelesses - all began their steady growth into mass ownership items during this period.
    • Only late in the day was it realised that the basic idea of a public service broadcaster offering information and education along with entertainment applied to TV just as much as the wireless.
    • I have frequently heard that disputes as to the right pronunciation of words have been settled by reference to the manner in which they have been spoken on the wireless.
    • They're talking about having standard exams for the universities next year, it was on the wireless.
    • At a passing thought, she turned on the wireless.
    • Submarine wirelesses were constantly improved throughout the war and a major development was the invention of the telescopic masts.
    • These days it's on a Saturday night, when you've probably other things to do than sit round the wireless between 10.00 pm and midnight.
    • In the days before the wireless, he was trained to bear news of imminent bad weather from island to island.
    • And that's why I hid myself away in their attic room for much of my three week exile, tuning into UK radio on the giant wireless set, keeping in touch with home.
    • I have always been fascinated by how things are put together whether it is wirelesses or motor cars.
    • I didn't consciously start to collect these wirelesses - it just happened.
    • For those of us in the UK, it was Radio Luxembourg, early Radio One or the pirates of the 1960s that first kindled our love of the wireless.
  • 2British dated

    (system)
    radio feminine
  • 3British dated

    (set)
    radio masculine Latin America Southern Cone
    radio feminine Southern Cone Spain
    before noun wireless operator radiotelegrafista masculine
    • wireless program programa radiofónico