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A History Of Telecommunications - Directions: Select a topic from the case studies in the text. You may choose any of the topics, except those covered in previous assignments. Examples of topics you might investigate include: using telecommunications to keep in touch with co-workers; telecommunications innovation; managing telecommunications; emerging telecommunications technologies; and so on. Do independent research on your topic and present your findings in a 15-20 page position paper (based on the body of the paper, excluding references, abstracts, table of contents, etc)....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1774 words
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The Telecommunications Act Of 1996 - History In the early part of the twentieth century, the general idea was that all Americans should have phone service. The other general idea regarding phone service was that the government should assist in promoting this as well. As a result of these general ideas the telecommunications industry became a natural monopoly. AT&T, which traces its routes to the founding of the telephone, promoted a Single Policy, Single System geared towards Universal Service. Thus by 1920, AT&T emerged as the dominant telecommunications company....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1247 words
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Network And Telecommunications Concepts - Running head: WEEK4 INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT Week4 Individual Assignment Network and Telecommunications Concepts Mesh Topology One of the more common topologies is the Mesh topology. The mesh topology is most commonly referred to as a Wide Area Network (WAN). (MicroTech Corp, 1998, Mesh) A Mesh topology involves multiple sites connected by multiple paths. Each site has a router that determines the best path for the data at that time. The best path is determined by least cost, time of day, and performance....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1691 words
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Strategic Corporate Developments In The Telecommunications Industry - ... is a reputed Telecom Technology company that facilitates the consumers with wireless communication, VoIP as well as prepaid financial services across the world. Nokia Siemens Unveils Open Core System (Spain) Nokia Siemens Network unveiled Open Core System formed on ATCA hardware system. With the new solution, global telecom operators would be able to launch cost effective mobile voice and data services as well as multimedia services. The launch would assure a seamless service with minimum power needs....   [tags: Telecommunications]
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Telecommunications Industry - The telecommunications field is a vast field that contains terms and acronyms which can be confusing to those who are not familiar with the terminology. Therefore, the following paragraphs will compare and explain some common terms used when referring to the telecommunications field and will entail some old technology with some new. To be included within the discussion is comparisons of telephone dialing sounds, Wide Area Telecommunications Services (WATS) versus leased lines, Private Branch Exchanges (PBX) or Centrex, and the International Organization for Standardization-Open Systems Interconnection (ISO-OSI) model....   [tags: Research Paper Telecommunications] 1024 words
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The World of Telecommunications - The World of Telecommunications We are in the midst of a global information revolution driven by the convergence and proliferation of information and communication technologies. The telecommunications sector is changing at warp speed, driven by technological innovation that results in new equipment and services, and also by new entrants and alliances between companies with experience in a wide range of information industries from telecommunications to broadcasting to computer hardware and software to publishing....   [tags: Telecommunications Technology Internet Essays]
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Telecommunications - ... It has a good internet connectivity and Wi-Fi connectivity enabling fast internet connections. With the phone one can store contacts, make calls, send and receive e-mails and SMS, record videos and take clear pictures, store and listen to music and many more other features. These are the attributes which make people to love and use the phone (Apple, 2011). Apple Inc. has noticed the basic requirements of their consumers and that is why since its first appearance in 2007, the iPhone has undergone a lot of modifications to meet the consumer requirements (Apple, 2011)....   [tags: Technology, iPhone 4S] 1742 words
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Telecommunications and Networking Report - Telecommunications and Networking Report 1.“Free Web Services Challenge AOL’s Dominance” - Internet business analysts generally are not yet convinced of the viability of the free web service business model for bring profitable. None-the-less, most agree that the free access will probably take a significant chunk of AOL’s market share before running out of investor’s money. 2.“Visitalk.com Builds White Pages for Web Phone Calls” - Visitalk.com has unveiled plans to simplify the routing of phone calls over the Internet....   [tags: Telecommunications Technology Essays] 4420 words
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Gap Analysis: Telecommunications Industry - The telecommunications industry and other United States manufacturing sectors have been severely challenged by continuously competitive market place. The future of telecommunication and the manufacturing of goods is truly at risk. With consumers demanding more for less, high infrastructure costs and outsourcing most can barely keep up. Deregulation, digitalization of services have made telecommunications one of the most volatile growth industries in history and one of the more extraordinarily competitive....   [tags: Telecommunications Industry Marketing Report Analy] 1601 words
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Telecommunications - What is Telecommunications. Telecommunications enables people around the world to contact one another, to access information instantly, and to communicate from remote areas. It usually involves a sender and one or more recipients linked by a technology, such as a telephone system, or computer network (LANs or WANs), that transmits information from one place to another. Devices used for telecommunications can convert different types of information, such as sound and video, into electronic signals....   [tags: essays research papers] 1110 words
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Telecommunications - Telecommunications The transmission of words, sounds, images, or data in the form of electronic or electromagnetic signals or impulses. Transmission media include the telephone (using wire or optical cable), radio, television, microwave, and satellite. Data communication, the fastest growing field of telecommunication, is the process of transmitting data in digital form by wire or radio. Digital data can be generated directly in a 1/0 binary code by a computer or can be produced from a voice or visual signal by a process called encoding....   [tags: Telephone Radio Television Microwave Satellite]
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telecommunications - Networking and Telecommunications Table of Contents Introduction Technology Involved Telephone System Network Setup Cost Sampling of Companies Possible Future Trends Global Implications Conclusion Introduction We have been hired to design a small network for a company that will utilize the newest technology out there and give each person the capability to work from the office as well as on the road. This company has ten people and will be working from home and on the road quite often. The best solution would be to set up a wireless network with additional security and the use if Internet Protocol phones....   [tags: essays research papers] 2249 words
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Ethical and Regulatory Issues Facing the Telecommunications Industry - Ethical and Regulatory Issues Facing the Telecommunications Industry President Clinton signed the Telecommunications Act of 1996 into law in February 1996. The law modified earlier legislation, primarily the Communications Act of 1934. The legislation regulates broadcasting by over-the-air television and radio stations, cable television operators, satellite broadcasters, wireline telephone companies (local and long distance) and wireless telephone companies. The general intention of the Act was deregulation and competition....   [tags: Business Ethics Telecommunications Industry] 1615 words
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Telecommunications Implementation at a Company - Table of Content Introduction 3 PBX and Centrex 4 Rotary and DTMF 6 WATS and Leased Lines 7 ISO and OSI 9 Conclusions 11 Reference List 12 Introduction Networking and telephony is a part of our everyday environment, whether it be in our homes or in our place of business. We will somehow come into contact with one or the other in some shape or fashion. At Baker, we are no different from any other business. The infrastructure of Baker is not a simple pc and telephone setup. The network incorporates everything from a simple analog line to our data network backbone that is made of T-3 lines, ISND lines, and IPFR provided by the AT&T datacenter....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications] 1744 words
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Telecommunications Infrastructure - ... Furthermore, (Berger, 2009) argues that the other shortfall with the current Bank-Focused Banking Model adapted by most of the commercial banks in Malawi in mobile phone banking is that, it does not allow customers to make cash deposits into their accounts. Customers are requested to visit their branches every time they want to make cash deposits, thereafter, they can make cash transfers to other bank account holders or Non-Bank account holders. Works Cited ADERONKE, A. & CHARLES, A. (2010) An Empirical Investigation of the Level of Users’ Acceptance of E-Banking in Nigeria....   [tags: Technology ]
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Telecommunications in Korea - Telecommunications in Korea Telecommunications is a tool providing information services to both private and public sectors. It is highly involved in society and helps a society grow and flourish. It affects the ideals and trends of a society and, thus, is a very important factor in a growing country. With an area of 99,019 square kilometers, and a current population of 44.6 million people, the Republic of Korea is a great challenge to connect through telecommunication tools and projects. Even with such a great expanse of land and peoples, Korea has succeeded in becoming the eighth most advanced country in telecommunications....   [tags: Papers] 7069 words
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Telecommunications Reform - Telecommunications Reform In the past, it has been shown that with each new wave of breakthroughs of communications technology, there has been a trend towards a change throughout the entire communications industry. Telecommunications is getting more personal, affecting the way that we view the world around us. As a result, the telecommunications industry has fragmented into specialized areas, each being better suited to providing certain services. This is a far cry from the time when foreboding monopolies with names like BT, ATT, and NTT ruled the industry....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers] 3092 words
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History of Telecommunications - History of Telecommunications *Works Cited Not Included There were numerous people and inventions that helped shaped the modern path of telecommunications. It is because of these important people and inventions that have made telecommunications into what it is now. Telecommunications technology has gone through many changes within the last one hundred to two hundred years. Many inventions such as the telephone, telegraph, and teletypewriter, have all had a profound impact on telecommunications....   [tags: Papers] 589 words
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Workplace Telecommunications -                                Workplace Telecommunications The telecommunication system at XYZ Corporation meets the needs of its medium sized business. Their phone system consists of 1,000 2400 series digital phones. These phones help to improve the efficiency and productivity of our organization and simplify the flow of information because of the enhanced features such as the ability to expand your 24 button telephone with additional 50 button expansion modules. With this phone system there's no need to change station wiring or cross connects, your staff can move telephone sets around without the help of a technician....   [tags: Telephone Phone Systems essays research papers]
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Imperial Telecommunications - Imperialism has existed in the world since the beginning of government all together, but this practice took a dramatic turn in the latter half of the nineteenth century. New inventions, modern thinking, and stronger governments all made imperialism easier. Now thousands of miles could be conquered in a matter of months; an empire could have a stronger hold on a colony than ever before. The result was that by the end of the century, at least one European nation had a claim to nearly every piece of land on the Earth....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Telecommunications Test - TEL109 Quiz #1 Spring 2005 Instructions: 1. This quiz is regarded as “open notes” only. This means you may use any notes you have taken in class, or any handouts that were give to you in class but not your textbook. 2. Each question carries equal weight (20pts each). 3. Partial credit will be given where warranted, but you must write out some response for each question. 4. The grade for this quiz will be averaged together with the grade for quiz #2 and this average will represent 1/3 of your term grade....   [tags: essays research papers] 855 words
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Telecommunication Systems Used in My Workplace - Telecommunication Systems Used in My Workplace I work for a company called Techtronic Industries, otherwise known as TTI. This company has branches, offices and remote locations all over the world. The developed communication avenues have to venture over land and water to connect its many operations together to maintain its delicate business fabric. Since there are so many facets of communication facets needed, there has been great planning and skill poured into its network telecommunication systems....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications] 930 words
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Implementing Prognostics Within the Telecommunications Industry - ... The authors have not published many scholarly works in the field of diagnostics their focus was geared towards automobiles. The intended audience is automobile designers and maintenance engineers that are looking to make vehicles safer on the environment. Masrur, M. A., Wu, H. J., Mi, C. C., Chen, Z. H., & Murphey, Y. L. (2008). Fault diagnostics in power electronics based brake by wire systems. Journal of Automobile Engineering Part D, 222(1), 1-11. doi:10.1243/09544070JAUTO385 The authors present a case where fault diagnostics were observed in power electronic switches for direct current braking systems....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Telecommunications Act of 1996 - The Telecommunications Act of 1996 The Telecommunications Act of 1996 can be termed as a major overhaul of the communications law in the past sixty-two years. The main aim of this Act is to enable any communications firm to enter the market and compete against one another based on fair and just practices (“The Telecommunications Act 1996,” The Federal Communications Commission). This Act has the potential to radically change the lives of the people in a number of different ways. For instance it has affected the telephone services both local and long distance, cable programming and other video services, broadcast services and services provided to schools....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Competition Among The Telecommunications Industry - Competition Among The Telecommunications Industry There are currently 807 companies in the TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association) database of companies. Of the 807 companies, 251 of them currently offer wireless services. Also 281 offer broadband services, of those offering broadband 160 of them offer cable, 72 offer DSL (Digital Subscriber Line), and 49 offer T-Carriers. There are currently 242 member companies in the MMTA (Multimedia Telecommunications Association) Database of companies....   [tags: Papers] 548 words
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Instability in the Telecommunications Industry - Instability in the Telecommunications Industry Currently the Telecommunications industry is in a state of flux. The industry is reporting record growth rates but at the same time is seeing diminishing returns. Subsequently stock prices and the value of these companies are falling. Focusing on two industry leaders in the US are AT&T Wireless (AWE) and Verizon (VZ). The number of cellular subscribers in 1997 was 42.8 Million and in 2000 that number went to 66.4 Million. That works out to a 55% growth in usage....   [tags: Papers] 523 words
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Telecommunications network at AMS - Telecommunications network at AMS Businesses of today need more connectivity than ever. I am going to bring you a brief look into the telecommunications department of Alenia Marconi Systems. The phone system at AMS is what I would consider as your average phone and paging system. The network is setup, I believe, in a standard basic small business manner also. There is a server for email that is physically separate from the intranet and web server. AMS is a non aggressive facility when it comes to information technology....   [tags: essays research papers] 659 words
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S.T.C. Inc. Telecommunications - S.T.C. Inc. Telecommunications Improvement and Cost Cutting Effort Outline · Introduction to IPT ( IP Telephony) · Trends in IP Telephony · Cost Savings Model · Cost Saving Description · Cost Savings Chart · Cost saving Comparison · Annual Estimated Savings · IPT Structure and Vendor · Infrastructure · IP Phones · Call Manager · Voice Applications · Graphic depiction · Migration and coexistence · Conclusion S.T.C....   [tags: essays research papers] 1585 words
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International Discount Telecommunications Corporation - Howard Jonas, IDT’s CEO and Founder came up with a way of providing the world with cheap international long distance calling rates. His tiny International Discount Telecommunications Corp. pioneered what is now a multi-billion dollar a year industry, international “callback” telephone service. This technology allows anyone around the world to bypass the high costs of placing international calls from countries outside of the US. Callback gives the caller the ability to make the international call as if he/she was calling from the US....   [tags: essays research papers] 495 words
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Dow Chemical's Networking and Telecommunications - Dow Chemical's Networking and Telecommunications Dow Chemical (www.dow.com) is a multinational Fortune 100 organization that has offices in over 170 countries. The company is involved in a wide range of markets that provide a diversified revenue stream of over $30 billion annually. Their business plan includes a $2 billion return of operating expenses through the application of breakthrough technology in their information systems. The center of this initiative is called DowNET and it is the first global wide information system to converge data, e-mail, faxes, video, and voice into a single network....   [tags: Business Analysis] 931 words
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Telecommunication - Telecommunication Abstract What is telecommunication. Although a considerable number of studies have been actually conducted on telecommunication, I have never had academic opportunity to examine what it is. While the word ?etelecommunication?f has been brought to public attention, how many of us can exactly define it. How many of us can explain it in cultural context as well as in technological context. In my opinion, the word ?etelecommunication?f seems to be going forward itself so that our consciousness cannot catch up with it....   [tags: Communication Technology Media Essays]
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Telecommunication - Telecommunication 1. Introduction      Computer and telephone networks inflict a gigantic impact on today's society. From letting you call John in Calgary to letting you make a withdraw at your friendly ATM machine they control the flow of information. But today's complicated and expensive networks did not start out big and complicated but rather as a wire and two terminals back in 1844. From these simple networks to the communication giants of today we will look at the evolution of the network and the basis on which it functions....   [tags: Technology Computer Networks Essays] 3626 words
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Networking and Telecommunications - ... In these networks, source nodes (an IP-Core), generate packets that include headers as well as data, then routers transfer them through connected links to destination nodes [8]. The wormhole (WH) switching technique proposed by Dally and Seitz [9] has been widely used in the interconnections such as [10], [11]. In the WH technique, a packet is divided into a series of fixed-size parts of data, called flits. Wormhole routing requires the least buffering (flits instead of packets) and allows low-latency communication....   [tags: Technology, Network-on-chips ] 760 words
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The Effect of Cell Phones, Pagers, and Other Telecommunications Technology on our Work and Play - The Effect of Cell Phones, Pagers, and Other Telecommunications Technology on our Work and Play Cell phones have become so prevalent in our increasingly busy lives that it seems like I can't even go to the grocery store, or walk down the street without running into someone talking on a cell phone. Cell phones have changed the atmosphere of our workplaces, making them more escapable physically, yet at the same time making them less escapable mentally. Enhanced with other phone services such as caller ID, call forwarding, and answering machines they have created whole new sets of contacting games between employee's and their co-workers....   [tags: Technology Impact Technological Essays] 1806 words
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Information Technology - ... However, in 2005, Saudi Arabia became the 149th member of WTO. Saudi Arabia made a commitment that it would open the Saudi telecommunications market to foreign investors. The commitment entailed that any services provided in KSA must ‘be supplied by a joint stock company in which foreign investors have the right to own an equity stake. These conditions pertain to voice telephone, facsimile and voicemail services, however exclude broadcasting services The country was given a three-year transitory period to fulfil its commitment’ (Al-Shaikh et al., 2009, p....   [tags: Telecommunication] 1157 words
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The Telecommunication Industry - Introduction The way people communicate with each other is changing during the last years. The Telecommunication industry has become very important for the business since the technology mark his way broadly (Chong et al., 2007). Thought the year’s technology has made enormous steps and has facilitated the development of peoples’ life style. More and more people are interested to stay connected with families, relatives and also with their business. As the television and the radio has developed the telephone has also make his way and welcome mobile phone connection....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Remote Access Solutions - Remote Access Solutions Remote access Remote access is defined as the ability of a user to log onto a network from a distant location. This is accomplished with a remote computer connected to the distant network. Whereas remote control refers to taking control of another computer, remote access means that the remote computer becomes a work station on the network. Communication between the network facility equipment and the remote computer is accomplished through a data link. The only difference between a remote user and workstations connected directly to the network is slower data transfer speeds....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications] 1444 words
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The Quality Of The Network - The Quality of the Network This is the one subject that truly makes me nervous, perhaps because I have gone through the trials and tribulations of setting up and maintaining networks in my workplace. I must admit that technology has improved a great deal over the years, and the quality issue has somewhat settled in the most part, but it was not always that easy. We had to deal with all sort of inconveniences regarding; software, PC equipment, peripherals, physical network design, etc. The combination of all these factors is what ultimately determines the quality of the local area network....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications] 1475 words
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Wireless Networks - Wireless services symbolizes a development of technology, and perhaps a new era of telecommunications, but these services have been used for over a century and remain identical with the "radio". The modest beginning of wireless services takes us back to the 19th century at time when Guglielmo Marconi, "the father of radio" made his mark in the world of wireless technology. When Marconi started experimenting with radio waves (Hertzian Waves) in 1894 his idea was to produce and detect radio waves over long distances....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications] 912 words
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Telemedicine: The Evolution of Information Systems - Telemedicine have been the most popular technology over the world. This technology has been used to teleport patient information. This Telecommunication Technology is design to help Physician who are separated from their patient are able to communicate through the system. This paper will focus on Telemedicine history, includes its date of inception, major milestones, and uses in health care. Telemedicine had been used across the United States In addition telemedicine is used to transfer “electronic medical data (i.e....   [tags: Technology, Telecommunications, Medical] 424 words
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ADC Tellecommunications Financial Ratio Analysis - ADC Tellecommunications Financial Ratio Analysis Corporate Background      ADC Telecommunications (ADCT) is a communication equipment manufacturer located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Since 1952, the company has successfully weathered the tumultuous transformation process of technology. Today, ADC Telecommunications exclusively focuses on manufacturing computer-networking equipment. Increasing demand for fiber optic transmission systems like asynchronous transfer mode (ATM), synchronous optical networks (SONET) and most wireless communications systems, provide significant opportunities for ADCT....   [tags: Business Finance Management Essays] 1537 words
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Cell Phone Coverage: More Important Than The Gadget - ... Even the leading cellular service providers like T-Mobile, AT & T, Sprint, and Verizon are susceptible to dead zones. All cell phone providers use advertisements to persuade customers to try their services. Service providers compete through special offers, new technology, and extended service plans to gain new customers or win back old ones. All may sound good, but the performance is reminded by the quality of connectivity within the coverage area. Each cell phone provider presents customers with a map that shows the general coverage area for cell service....   [tags: Telecommunications]
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Telecommunication in Jamaica - Introduction & History People imagine that telecommunications means communications using only electrical or electronic technology, but that isn't so. Telecommunication is communication over long distances, by means such as by newspapers, telephone, radio, satellite, television and the Internet. The idea of telecommunication first came from the telegraph. The word telegraphy comes from Greek. "Tele" means distant and "graphein" to write. So the meaning is writing at a distance The first form of modern telecommunication - the electric telegraph - sent electrical currents along wires....   [tags: essays research papers] 2958 words
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Telecommunication Act - Since the beginning of time, people have had the need to communicate with one and other. The most common type of communication is speech, but you could not talk to someone who lived 20 miles away. Then written language was developed, people marked symbols on paper, stone, or whatever was available. Then hundreds of years passed, and people who wanted to share their ideas with people had to do allot of writing, until someone thought to make a writing machine. This machine is called the printing press....   [tags: essays research papers]
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Humanities and Telecommunication - Humanities and Telecommunication Contemporary technology in the form of electronically managed interactive telecommunications is compatible with the goals and values of the humanities. For Marx, machine-work tended toward being mechanically routine, repetitive, deskilled, and trivialized. In the case of discourse, the same criticism has been made of computerized communication. Immediacy is not authorial presence, but the experience of textuality that is maximized by participation in interactive communication....   [tags: Technology Marx Heidegger Papers]
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The Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (Etom): Introduction, Purpose And Benefits - The Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (eTOM): Introduction, Purpose and Benefits The Telecommunication industry operates in a dynamic market where the key to success is adaptability with agility. In the traditional scenario, Telecom Service providers delivered end-to-end services to their customers. They used to control almost the entire value chain. However in the present liberalized marketplace, they now have to face challenges like stiffer competition, higher customer expectations, falling market share and growing price pressures....   [tags: Telecommunications Industry Business] 845 words
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Vodafone Business History - In two decades, Vodafone became the telecommunications leader in Global Systems for Mobile networks (www.associatedcontent.com). Vodafone provides innovative and cutting edge telecommunications services on the largest wireless network on earth. In this article, I will discuss how Vodafone was started and the growth of one of the world's largest company. Vodafone was formed in 1983 as a joint venture between Rascal Electronics (a UK electronic firm) and Millicom (a US telecom company), and was granted one of two mobile phone licenses in the UK (www.associatedcontent.com)....   [tags: Business Telecommunications Analysis] 1188 words
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Indian Telephone Industries Ltd. Reluctance to Change - Indian Telephone Industries Ltd. Reluctance to Change 1.1 INTRODUCTION ITI Limited is India's pioneering venture in the field of telecommunications. Born in 1948, this premier PSU has contributed to 50% of the present national telecom equipment. With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities spread across six locations and a countrywide network of marketing/service outlets, the Company offers a complete range of telecom products and total solutions covering the whole spectrum of Switching, Transmission, Access and Subscriber Premises equipment....   [tags: Telecommunications Business Analysis] 1346 words
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Organizational Behavior Concepts Of AT&T - AT& T is the largest communications company in the world. The company is the leading U.S. provider of wireless, high speed Internet access, local and long distance voice, and directory publishing and advertising services. They have even expanded to include entertainment with television services called UVERSE TV. With the many accomplishments of this media giant its portrayal of evidenced practice of some successful organizational behavior concepts reveal clear understanding of leadership. AT & T has proven success through effective organizational behaviors that include focusing on organizational structure, organizational culture and communication....   [tags: Telecommunications Business Analysis] 1865 words
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Using the Internet in Vocational Education - Using the Internet in Vocational Education "It is an exciting time in education. The Internet offers new opportunities for students and teachers a link to learn in interesting ways" (Ellsworth 1994, p. xxiii). "Telecommunications truly is one of the most exciting educational tools I have encountered in my teaching career" (Watson 1994, p. 41). "The Internet's usefulness is limited only by our level of commitment. We first have to get plugged in before we can get turned on. Then we can help our profession by using our imagination to create a vocational educator's Dream Net in the years to come" (Seguin and Seguin 1995, p....   [tags: Technology Telecommunications Essays]
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Positive Impact of Cell Phones - Cell phones have been found to have many benefits although there is some anxiety about their safety. We all know how cell phones can be annoying at times, but, they can be a great source of security. Many people have cell phones. They are so popular because they can be carried from place to place. Cellular phones were originally for cars only. Now that technology has evolved we are able to carry around small and compact phones. Some car phones are installed permanently in the car. The car phone would draw power from the vehicle's battery....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1019 words
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Ethernet Networking - Ethernet Networking in a Nutshell: First, we have to understand how Ethernet works. For a nicely summarized history as well as an explanation of the type of media it can run on, you can click here. Assuming everything is on the same network....... When a computer wants to talk to another computer on your network it 'listens' to see if there is any other traffic on the wire it is attached to. If it detects that it is all clear, it will send its traffic. Sometimes (and the likelihood increases the more computers you have on your network and the more heavily it is used) two hosts will send their data at the same time....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1156 words
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Internal Network Security - Introduction The development of technology has brought Internet to become the mass communication media between people or companies. Through Internet, people can communicate with other people in various places. Companies can get many advantages by using Internet network to support their business. Therefore, companies are trying as hard as they can, and give high effort in protecting their network from attack and make sure that they have the best network security. Most people think that the threat of security attack is only come from outside the company....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1434 words
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What Makes A Good VPN - Virtual private networks (VPN) provide an encrypted connection between distributed sites over a public network (e.g., the Internet). By contrast, a private network uses dedicated circuits and possibly encryption. The basic idea is to provide an encrypted IP tunnel through the Internet that permits distributed sites to communicate securely. VPN's permit secure, encrypted connections between a company's private network and remote users through a third-party service provider. A VPN can grow to accommodate more users and different locations much easier than a leased line....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1537 words
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Wireless Networking WIFI - Our Project demonstration is based solely on wireless internet technology. Basically, what we set out to do was to prove that a wireless internet connection could actually be made, and that it could made to be, at least somewhat, secure. Our goals are listed below: 1.-Setup a wireless connection to the internet. 2.-Ensure that the connection can be made and that the signal will remain constant. 3-Using WEP(wired equivalent privacy), ensure that the wireless connection can be made secure. 4.-Test signal strengths at different levels of bandwidth and distances....   [tags: Telecommunications] 1088 words
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