In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(technology/connection/device/telephony) inalámbrico(telephony/connection/device/technology) sin cables(telephony/connection/technology/device) sin hiloswireless network — red inalámbrico / sin hilos feminine
- Using wireless broadcast technology, each mast has a range of up to 25 miles and can deliver speeds of up to 1.5Mbps.
- The receiver demodulates the wireless signal and ships it on to the customer's terminal equipment.
- A number of US Senators were said to be preparing bills to expand the radio spectrum for wireless Internet.
- 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 T - 1 speed wireless signal that runs through my house allows me to stay plugged-in at all times.
- BT has unveiled a wireless ADSL broadband modem that allows up to ten people to share a single broadband connection.
- 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.
- 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.
- An eavesdropper can use the program to identify nearby devices that use the Bluetooth wireless protocol.
- The Wireless Broadcast Unit is a specialist provider of wireless broadcast products for the media and entertainment arena.
- 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.
- These units may be placed in either homes or businesses to receive and transmit a wireless broadband signal.
- To be viable, cellphones and future wireless Internet access devices will need to be mass-produced.
- A scaleable, broadband wireless system for providing radio access to a metropolitan area.
- Marconi's first transatlantic wireless signal was recreated yesterday to mark the 100th anniversary of the historic transmission.
- There needs to be a new network in place to allow the broadband transmission over the wireless network.
- Wi-Fi relies on radio waves and wireless access points or gateways.
- Technology now exists for wireless connections, via radio signals.
1Telecommunicationsradio(telegrafía) femininebefore noun wireless telegraphy — telegrafía inalámbrica / sin hilos feminine
- 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.
- Telephones, television, private cars and wirelesses - all began their steady growth into mass ownership items during this period.
- 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.
- Her brother got out of medical school… and the wireless at the dance hall broke.
- Even now I am very sensitive when something isn't tuned in properly on the wireless.
- Submarine wirelesses were constantly improved throughout the war and a major development was the invention of the telescopic masts.
- In the days before the wireless, he was trained to bear news of imminent bad weather from island to island.
- 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.
- They're talking about having standard exams for the universities next year, it was on the wireless.
- Turning on the wireless, the news announced that the operation had begun.
- At a passing thought, she turned on the wireless.
- 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.
- 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.
- A calm Tuesday morning, the Radio 4 Today programme on the wireless, not much news about.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- I didn't consciously start to collect these wirelesses - it just happened.
- I have always been fascinated by how things are put together whether it is wirelesses or motor cars.
2British dated(system)radio feminine
3British dated(set)radio masculine Southern Cone Latin Americaradio feminine Spain Southern Conebefore noun wireless operator — radiotelegrafista feminine
- wireless program — programa radiofónico
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