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modem

a device used to connect a COMPUTER to the public telephone network to enable the computer to transmit or receive information from other computers sited some distance away.
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Traders can access the latest in high-speed voice communications technology with an open, flexible, and extensible touch screen communications device for delivering secure and compliant communications on IPCs Unigy platform.
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At 3pm on August 7, Hytera communications devices were handed over to the PMI team, and its emergency response team were standby to provide assistance for upcoming rescue efforts.
is an intellectual property management company focused on licensing a major portfolio of about 1,000 wireless patents and patent applications that cover technologies used in a wide range of mobile communications devices and services.
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communications record retention rules apply to all communications devices and technologies, FINRA officials say.
Personal Communications Devices, Hauppauge, N.Y., has announced the availability of the Sharp FX Plus on the AT&T network.
Sheehan said there are a lot of powerful communications devices out there, some very good companies, but they tend to run into the thousands of dollars, which can be prohibitive for a lot of people.
The latest repeat of the electronics pattern, 80 years after the first round, has consumers once again carrying their own entertainment and communications devices into the vehicle, this time in the form of iPods, MP3 players, Blackberries and other personal digital assistants, and cell phones.
The new release includes applications for perimeter surveillance, the integration of an advanced real-time-alert management-response system, and built-in support for leading access control systems and mobile communications devices. Its perimeter surveillance includes a multitiered region-of-interest capability that classifies perimeter locations and distinguishes between humans and vehicles.
Hitachi has to date shipped 3,000 ALS communications devices.

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