wire

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English - Turkish
{f} telle bağlamak
{f} tel takmak
{f} telle çevirmek
{i} tel

Çocuklar telden heykeller yaptı. - The children made sculptures out of wire.

Bu kafes telden yapılmıştır. - This cage is made of wire.

{i} kablo

Telefon kablosunun üzerindeki kuşu görüyor musun? - Do you see the bird on the telephone wire?

O kabloyu nereden aldınız? - Where did you get that piece of wire?

{i} telgraf

Telgrafla bana tebriklerini iletti. - He sent me his congratulations by wire.

Babana hemen bir telgraf gönder. - Send a wire to your father right now.

telgrafla gönderilen mesaj
telgrafla bildirmek
elektrik tesisatını kurmak
kablosu

Birçok kütüphane, kablosuz yerel alan ağını da sağlar. - Many libraries also provide wireless local area network.

Telefon kablosunun üzerindeki kuşu görüyor musun? - Do you see the bird on the telephone wire?

telgraf sistemi
elektrik hatlarını döşemek
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) elek

Kuvvetli rüzgar farklı yerlerde elektrik tellerini kesti. - The strong wind cut the electric wires in several places.

Teller elektrik taşır. - Wires carry electricity.

mühür teli
elektrik tesisatı döşemek
telyazı
çıngı teli bağlamak
telgraf göndermek
{f} telle bağla
{f} tuzakla yakalamak
elektrik tesisatı ile donatmak
(Tıp) Vücudun içine tel veya benzeri maddeler sokarak yapılan tedavi
{i} tuzak
{i} nüfuz
{i} idare
at yarışı hedefi
{f} telgraf çekmek
{f} elektrik tesisatını yapmak
{i} kontrol

Kuklalar teller tarafından kontrol edilir. - The puppets are controlled by wires.

{i} (metal) tel: barbed wire dikenli tel. telephone wire telefon teli
{f} kapana kıstırmak
{s} telden yapılmış

Bu kafes telden yapılmıştır. - This cage is made of wire.

{i} kapan
{i} kiriş
{i} kukla ipi
{f} 1. bir
kroke oyununda topu telin arkasına getirerek vurulmasma
{f} kablo döşemek
tele geçirmek
{f} telgrafla göndermek
elektrik teli
tel (metal)
telleme
wireless
telsiz

O, telsizle bir mesaj gönderdi. - He sent a message by wireless.

wire mesh
tel örgü
wire bush
tel fırça
wire cage
(Denizbilim) tel kafes
wire coil
tel kangalı
wire coil
tel spirali
wire core
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) tel göbek
wire feed
(Bilgisayar) tel beslemesi
wire fraud
elektronik sahtekarlık
wire fraud
elektronik dolandırıcılık
wire hoop
tel halka
wire lath
sıva teli
wire lock
(Havacılık) emniyetlemek
wire lock
(Havacılık) emniyet teliyle bağlamak
wire loop
(Otomotiv) kablo bağlantısı
wire loop
(Otomotiv) kablo devresi
wire mesh
(İnşaat) hasır tel
wire net
(Otomotiv,Teknik) tel kafes
wire rod
filmaşin
wire roll
(Askeri) kangal tel engeli
wire saw
tel testere
wire saw
tel kesme makinesi
wire saw
tel kesici
wire spool
(Askeri) tel makarası
wire stop
kablolu dayanak
wire trap
sepet
wire up
şebekeye bağlamak
wire up
tellerle bağlamak
wire up
bağlamak
wire up
kablolarla bağlamak
wire whip
(Gıda) çırpma teli
wire wrap
tel sargı
wire cloth
tel örgü
wire gauge
kablo ölçeği
wire recorder
manyetik kaydedici
wire service
haber servisi
wire suture
tel dikiş
wire basket
tel sepet
wire binder
Helezon şekilli genellikle defter kenarlarında kullanılan tel tutturucu
wire bonding
tel bağlama
wire broadcasting
telle yayım
wire cloth
tel kumaş
wire coat hanger
(Giyim) Tel aşkı, tel elbise askısı
wire cutter
tel makası
wire drawing
(Mühendislik) tel çekme
wire edge
kılağı
wire erosion
tel erozyon
wire fuse
telli sigorta
wire gauze
tel örgü, süzgeç teli
wire glass
telli cam
wire locking
tel kilitleme
wire mark
tel işareti
wire mask
tel maske
wire mesh
(İnşaat) Kum teli
wire mesh screen
tel süzgeç
wire nut
tel somun
wire printer
telyazici
wire rack
tel raf
wire radio
tel radyo
wire ropes
halatlar
wire saw
(Madencilik) Tel kesme
wire set
tel seti
wire shelf
Tel raf

We need extra 4 pieces of powder coated wire shelves for the refrigeator.

wire spring
tel yay
wire straightener
tel düzeltme makinesi
wire strainer
tel örmeli süzgeç
wire strands
kablo tellerini
wire stripper
kablo soyucu
wire tap
telefon dinlemek
wire tapper
telefonu dinleyen kimse
wire transfer
Elektronik gönderim ya da bir bankadan diğerine paranın transferi
wire transfer
Banka havalesi
wire transfer
Elektronik para transferi
wire transfer payment
banka havalesi ödeme
wire transfer payments
havale
wire weaving
(Kuyumculuk)nTel dokuma işi, tel örgü işi
wire whisk
Tel çırpıcı
wire-end sleeve
tel-end sleeve
wire-mesh
tel örgü
Wire level
(Tekstil) Norm
wire away
sıkı tutmak
wire away
dört elle sarılmak
wire brush
tel fırça
wire chief
(Askeri) telli kısım çavuşu
wire entanglement
(Askeri) TEL ENGELİ: Dikenli tel engeli; düşmanı silah ateşi altındaki sahalarda tutmak bir hücumu geciktirmek veya önlemek için kullanılır
wire entanglement
(Askeri) Tel engeli
wire follower
(İnşaat) tel takip çubuğu
wire guide
tel kılavuzu
wire head
(Askeri) KABLO BAŞI: Bir komutanlıkta, telefon veya telgraf muharebesinin en ileri ucu
wire in
dört elle sarılmak
wire in
sıkı tutmak
wire in
canla başla girişmek
wire mark
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) elek izi
wire mesh
(Askeri) Sarılmış tel yığını
wire pike
(Askeri) tel çatalı
wire pike
(Askeri) TEL ÇATALI: Sahra kablosunun dökülmesini ve toplanmasını kolaylaştırmak için kullanılan ve bir ucunda kanca ile makara bulunan, 9 feet uzunluğunda sırık
wire pit
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) elekaltı su deposu
wire pit
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) elekaltı su kuyusu
wire sergeant
(Askeri) TELLİ POSTA KOMUTANI: Tümenden aşağı karargahlarda ana ve mahalli telli devrelerin kurulmasından, bakım ve nezaretinden sorumlu ast subay
wire tap
hattı dinlemek
wire tapping
telefonu dinleme
wire tapping
hattı dinleme
wire wool
(Otomotiv) tel atkı
wire woven
telden örme
wire woven
kaliteli
wire mesh
çelik hasır
wire rope
kablo
wire rope
çelik halat
wireless
yumurta kabuğu
wireless
radyoya ait
wireless
telgraf veya telefon
wireless
telsiz telefona/telgrafa ait
wireless
teli olmayan
wires
teller

Telleri ayırmak zorunda kalacağız. - We'll have to separate the wires.

Kuklalar teller tarafından kontrol edilir. - The puppets are controlled by wires.

wiring
(Bilgisayar) kablo bağlantı
wiring
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) elektrik tertibatı
wiring
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) kablo bağlantısı
wiring
(Otomotiv) kablo
wiring
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) kablo sistemi
wiring
elektrik bağlantısı
wiring
telle bağlayarak
wiring
telle bağlama
wiring
elektrik tesisatını kurma
wireless
kablosuz

Birçok kütüphane, kablosuz yerel alan ağını da sağlar. - Many libraries also provide wireless local area network.

wireless
ünalgı
wiring
{f} telle bağla
wiring
{i} tel
wiring
çıngı tertibatı
wire mesh
kafes teli
wired
(Oyunlar) İnterneti kullanan, internet ile bağlı
wired
Olacak bir şey için heyecanlı, sabırzsızlanan, yerinde duramayan

I am all wired!!.

wiring
(Mühendislik) elektrik şebekesi tel düzeni
wiring
kablaj
wire cutter
(isim) tel makası
wire mesh
tel kafes
wire rope
tel halat
wire to
kablo döşemek
wire to
elektrik tesisatını yapmak
wired
telli
wireless
radyo yayın
wireless
telsiz telefon
wireless
telsiz telgraf
wireless
radyo
wireless
{i} İng. radyo
wireless
telsiz telgraf veya telefon
wireless
telsiz telgraf çekmek
wiring
tel tertibat
wiring
{i} elektrik şebekesi
wiring
{i} (bir binanın) elektrik
wiring
{i} (bir binadaki) elektrik tesisatı; (bir binadaki) elektrik kabloları/hatları; (bir aygıttaki) elektrik telleri
wiring
tel çek
wiring
{i} kablo şebekesi
wiring
{i} kablo takma
English - English
To install eavesdropping equipment

We wired the suspect's house.

A hidden listening device on the person of an undercover operative for the purposes of obtaining incriminating spoken evidence
A finish line of a racetrack
A piece of such material; a thread or slender rod of metal, a cable
A telecommunication wire or cable; hence, an electric telegraph; a telegram
A deadline or critical endpoint

This election is going to go right to the wire.

To fasten with wire, especially with reference to wine bottles, corks, or fencing

I could see him in his plane flying low over the river or a reservoir, dropping the club out with a chunk of lead wired to the shaft.

To string on a wire

wire beads.

To add something into an electrical system by means of wiring; to incorporate or include something

I'll just wire your camera to the computer screen.

A fence made of usually barbed wire
Metal formed into a thin, even thread, now usually by being drawn through a hole in a steel die
A wire strung with beads and hung horizontally above or near the table which is used to keep score
A metal conductor that carries electricity
To equip with wires for use with electricity
To send a message or a money value to another person through a telecommunications system, formerly predominately by telegraph

Urgent: please wire me another 100 pounds sterling.

To make someone tense or psyched-up

I'm never going to sleep – I'm completely wired from all that coffee.

{n} a metal drawn into small bars or threds
To snare by means of a wire or wires
A wire is a long thin piece of metal that is used to fasten things or to carry electric current. fine copper wire. gadgets which detect electrical wires, pipes and timbers in walls
Either copper, sterling silver, or gold-filled, can be used to wrap beads, string beads, or attach beads It comes in spools and the thickness is measured by gauge The higher the gauge, the thinner the wire
the finishing line on a racetrack
To pass the winter; to hibernate; as, to winter in Florida
A wire is a cable which carries power or signals from one place to another. I ripped out the telephone wire that ran through to his office. the voltage of the overhead wires. = cable
to equip for use with electricity
Winsome
To pass like a wire; to flow in a wirelike form, or in a tenuous stream
Electrical wire: physical object corresponding to a signal
a metal conductor that carries electricity over a distance
Cable that attaches glider to winch and provides the necessary pull Make sure you wear gloves when handling this stuff as it bites
A thread or slender rod of metal; a metallic substance formed to an even thread by being passed between grooved rollers, or drawn through holes in a plate of steel
Set of connected edges Remark : The face restriction is composed by a set of wires, one for the extern boundary and one for each hole
A knitting needle
An endless belt woven of plastic or metal for use an the fourdrinier machine; forming fabric
string on a wire; "wire beads"
Metal thread available in various diameters and various degrees of stiffness and is generally used in surgery to transfix fractured bone
The system of wires used to operate the puppets in a puppet show; the network of hidden influences controlling the action of a person or organization; as, to pull the wires for office
A slender rod or filament of drawn metal
wire는 네트이거나 신호이다
Flat belt of metal or plastic mesh on which the paper or board web is dewatered
The moving "screen" at the wet end of a paper machine where the sheet is formed
A telegraph wire or cable; hence, an electric telegraph; as, to send a message by wire
One who, or that which, winnows; specifically, a winnowing machine
A generic term for an electrical conductor
One who picks women's pockets
To place (a ball) so that the wire of a wicket prevents a successful shot
A wire is the same as a telegram
{s} made of a thin flexible cord of metal; resembling wire
To put upon a wire; as, to wire beads
Cheerful; merry; gay; light-hearted
The characteristic of being winsome; attractiveness of manner
If something goes to the wire, it continues until the last possible moment. Negotiators again worked right down to the wire to reach an agreement. see also barbed wire, high wire, hot-wire, live wire
equip for use with electricity; "electrify an appliance"
If you wire an amount of money to a person or place, you tell a bank to send it to the person or place using a telegram message. I'm wiring you some money They arranged to wire the money from the United States
A windrow
The act of one who, or that which, winnows
{i} metal strand, cord, line; string; barbed wire, wire fence; telegraph cable; cablegram; telegram; telegraphic system; electronic listening device, wire-tapping device; (Canada & USA) finishing line on a racecourse; pickpocket, one who steals from the pockets of others, cutpurse
ligament made of metal and used to fasten things or make cages or fences etc a metal conductor that carries electricity over a distance the finishing line on a racetrack fasten with wire; "The columns were wired to the beams for support"
Causing joy or pleasure; gladsome; pleasant
a message transmitted by telegraph
The vertical part of a hoop, and also describing the process of wiring
To send (a message) by telegraph
provide with electrical circuits; "wire the addition to the house"
Thin metal used to construct a belay; also what you send to the editors of the Guinness Book of Records when you have found the deepest cave in the world
A wire stretching across over a race track at the judges' stand, to mark the line at which the races end
The period of decay, old age, death, or the like
ligament made of metal and used to fasten things or make cages or fences etc
A wire is a slender rod or filament of drawn metal
The season of the year in which the sun shines most obliquely upon any region; the coldest season of the year
A metal product with a circular diameter that runs from 032 to 312" thick The products are usually produced in long continuous lengths and can be ordered cut to length or in a coil
{f} fasten with wire; attach a wire; send a telegram; install an electronic listening device, install a wire-tapping device; send or transfer money electronically from one bank to another
wire brush
a brush whose bristles are made of wire; used as an abrasive and on masonry etc
wire brushes
plural form of wire brush
wire cutters
A hand tool resembling pliers, intended for cutting wires
wire fox terrier
A breed of fox terrier having a coarse coat with a dense, wiry texture
wire fox terriers
plural form of wire fox terrier
wire fraud
A class of felonies, providing for a separate and additional federal penalty for any crime of fraud involving the use of electronic communications methods

The mail fraud statute and its counterpart, the wire fraud statute, historically have been powerful instruments for prosecutors.

wire fu
Term for the special effects enhanced martial arts seen in movies, especially those where wires are used to suspend the actors in physically impossible positions
wire gauze
Finely interwoven wire, resembling gauze
wire gauzes
plural form of wire gauze
wire netting
a hexagonal network of interwoven wire used in fencing; chicken wire
wire nettings
plural form of wire netting
wire recorder
A device for analogue audio storage made magnetically onto fine steel or stainless steel wire, introduced commercially after World War II primarily for office dictation
wire recorders
plural form of wire recorder
wire rope
A strong cable consisting of twisted strands of wire, generally intended for supporting heavy loads
wire speed
The (maximum) rate at which data can flow through a cable
wire speed
The speed at which a wire moves through a machine
wire speeds
plural form of wire speed
wire transfer
A transfer of funds between banks by electronic means
wire transfers
plural form of wire transfer
wire draw
(often as noun wire-drawing) draw out (metal) into wire
wire draw
(often as adjective wire-drawn) archaic refine (an argument or idea) in such a way that it becomes forced
wire drawer
A person who draws metal into wire; a person who practises or is skilled in wire-drawing
wire drawer
fig. A person who spins out a matter to extreme length or tenuousness
wire drawing
Draw out (metal) into wire
wire erosion
(Metal İşleme) Wire Erosion is a type of precision metal forming. It uses a wire as an electrode, eroding micrometres of metal of the machined item at a time. This creates a precision end product for use in industries such as aerospace and pharmaceuticals
wire transfer
A wire transfer is a method of transferring funds from one entity to another. Wire transfers can be done by a simple bank account transfer, or by a transfer of cash at a cash office
wire brush
{i} brush having wire bristles used as a hand cleaning tool; act of cleaning with a wire brush
wire cloth
fabric woven of metallic wire
wire communication
{i} communication system that is broadcast over a wire, telephone line
wire cutter
an edge tool used in cutting wire
wire cutters
{i} instrument resembling scissors that is used to cut through wire
wire fox terrier
Any of a breed of small fox terrier developed in northern England, having a rough wiry white coat with patches of black or tan. Also called wirehair, wirehaired terrier
wire fraud
Fraud committed by means of electronic communication, as by telephone or modem
wire gage
gauge for measuring the diameter of wire
wire gauge
{i} gauge used to measure the diameter of wire; standard numbering system of measuring wire
wire gauge
A method of defining wire diameter by a number, which stated originally the number of passes made through different, increasingly smaller dies The number of for large wire is therefore smaller than for thin wire
wire gauge
(Wire Cloth) cloth woven of metal threads and used as screen fabric for screen printing See Metal Screen Fabric
wire gauge
gauge for measuring the diameter of wire
wire gauge
A system of numerical designations of wire sizes
wire gauge
wire size, measured in diameter
wire gauge
A system of numerical designations of wire sizes X Symbol for reactance
wire glass
Sheet glass reinforced with wire netting. Also called safety glass
wire glass
a glass that contains a layer of wire netting in it
wire gun
= Wire-wound gun
wire haired
{s} (about dogs) having coarse fur
wire hanger
{i} hanger made of wire on which clothes are hung; wire that supports or connects material
wire netting
{i} looped wire fence, barbed wire fence, barbed wire
wire nut
These small plastic caps provide a quick and secure way to connect wires The right size of wire nut for each project is determined by the size and number wires being connected
wire nut
® A brand of twist-on wire connector Back to alphabetical list
wire recorder
an early type of magnetic recorder using iron wire
wire service
A news-gathering organization that distributes syndicated copy electronically, as by teletype or the Internet, usually to subscribers
wire tapper
One that taps, or cuts in on, telegraph wires and intercepts messages; a swindler who pretends to tap wires or otherwise intercept advance telegraphic news for betting
wire tapping
{i} getting information by secretly listening in on telephone conversations
wire transfer
Electronic transfer of funds; usually involves large dollar payments
wire transfer
The transfer of funds from one party to another through the Federal Reserve banking system
wire transfer
method of electronic funds transfer in which the information is flexible
wire transfer
An electronic transfer of funds from one financial institution to another
wire transfer
In lieu of sending an equity check to the transferee or negative proceeds check to the title company, AECC's bank can transfer funds electronically These funds are immediately available and are as good as cash
wire transfer
  A wire transfer is an authorization by the donor to their banking institution for a one time electronic transfer of funds
wire transfer
Electronic transfer of money Money is moved by debiting and crediting accounts maintained in the Federal Reserves by member banks into customer's accounts
wire transfer
{i} electronic sending or transferring of money from one bank to another
wire transfer
A wire transfer allows you to send funds to your account at another institution that must be received the same day Wires must be requested prior to 3: 00 PM If you want to transfer funds to someone else we must have you come into the office to sign the proper documents There is a fee for this service
wire transfer
A transaction by which funds are electronically moved from one bank to another and/or from account to account, upon customer’s instructions, through bookkeeping entries
wire transfer
A wire transfer is an automated electronic transfer between two bank accounts in 2 banks that have an established agreement The bank has to be part of the Federal Reserve System in the USA Practically every bank in any country is part of this network, at least through a third party partner bank For instance, Banco de Merida has a bank account with Chase Manhattan to send and to receive wire transfers
wire transfer
The electronic transfer of funds from one financial institution to another
wire transfer
A money transfer sent via the Federal Reserve Bank to credit an account held at another financial institution
wire transfer
A transfer of funds electronically from an account in one banking institution to an account in another banking institution
wire transfer
An electronic transfer of money from one financial institution to another or to a third party via a wire transfer agent such as Western Union
wire transfer
A special banking arrangement that enables Dominion client to transfer monies for tax liabilities directly to Dominion's account A reverse wire transfer is where Dominion initiates the request to the client's bank to debit the client's account A direct wire transfer is where the client initiates the request
wire-haired
(especially of dogs) having stiff wiry hair; "a wire-haired terrier
wire-puller
one who makes decisions, one who leads and directs others
wire-puller
one who uses secret influence i
wire-puller
pulls wires or strings for his own ends
wired
Reinforced, supported, tied or bound with wire
wired
Very excited, overstimulated; high-strung

After three cups of coffee she was too wired to sleep.

wired
A pair in seven card stud with one face up and one face down
wired
three of a kind as the first three cards in seven card stud

I was dealt three of a kind, wired.

wired
Equipped with wires, so as to connect to a power source or to other electric or electronic equipment; connected by wires
wired
Simple past tense and past participle of wire
wireless
a wireless computer network
wireless
radio
wireless
Of or relating to wireless telegraphy
wirer
A person who installs wiring
wiring
Present participle of wire
wiring
A system of electric wires
wire cutter
{i} instrument resembling scissors that is used to cut through wire
wire rope
Rope made of twisted strands of wire
wire transfer
An electronic form of funds transfer initiated from your financial institution Usually your financial institution will charge a small fee for this service (average $5-20 00)
wire transfer
The movement of funds from one place to another electronically
wire transfer
An electronic transfer of money from one financial institution to another or to a third party via a wire transfer agent Working Capital Calculated as the excess of current assets over current liabilities but, in effect, it represents the portion of the long-term investment in a company which is being used to support current assets
wire transfer
An electronic payment service for transferring funds by wire (for example, through the Federal Reserve Wire Network or the Clearing House Interbank Payments System)
wired
equipped with wire or wires especially for electric or telephone service; "a well-wired house"
wired
n See {hardwired}
wired
Equipped with hidden electronic eavesdropping devices
wired
Wired is used to describe material or clothing that has wires sewn into it in order to keep it stiff. a length of wired ribbon
wired
Being unable to hit a target ball due to the presence of an obstacle - usually the peg or a hoop
wired
This basically means you have a modem and have Internet access
wired
1 The state of being connected 2 Capitalized: a popular magazine that caters to the digerati
wired
Completely figured out To have a route wired is to have each move so ingrained in your sub-conscious that you could do it in your sleep
wired
If someone is wired, they are tense, nervous, and unable to relax. Tonight he is manic, wired and uptight. = edgy, uptight
wired
past of wire
wired
the state of being connected
wired
Slang for the idea that the selection of an organization to receive a grant has been decided prior to the submission of competitive proposals
wired
Very excited, hyper; high-strung
wired
In the zone; very consistent with high scores
wired
(adj ) describing a well rehearsed climbing sequence
wired
A computer, organization, or person that is wired has the equipment that is necessary to use the Internet. Once more people are wired, the potential to change the mainstream media will be huge
wired
equipped with wire or wires especially for electric or telephone service; "a well-wired house
wired
tense with excitement and enthusiasm as from a rush of adrenaline; "we were really pumped up for the race"; "he was so pumped he couldn't sleep"
wired
[BSG] Today called "page-locked" Said of code or data that is fixed in physical memory, either by virtue of being in unpaged segments (individual segments can either be paged or contiguous in memory), or in segments whose pages are marked as being non-removable This is done for code and data that must be either be run or referenced at an equal or lower conceptual level than the I/O and page management routines doing the paging, data actually being transferred to and from I/O controllers, or code which must compete with such code for resources and its data In practice, this means page control, the scheduler, the disk routines, low-level I/O control routines, interrupt handlers and vectors, page tables, and that subset of the PL/I runtime (see pl1_operators_) that is used by any of those aforementioned that are written in PL/I Except as an experiment, code or data was never wired for performance reasons
wired
tied or bound with wire; "wired bundles of newspapers"
wireless
Using the radio-frequency spectrum for transmitting and receiving voice, data and video signals for communications (Back to top )
wireless
A term that refers to a broad range of technologies that provide mobile communications for home or office, and "in-building wireless" for extended mobility around the work area, campus, or business complex It is also used to mean "cellular" for in- or out-of-building mobility services
wireless
medium for communication
wireless
Wireless is a term used to describe telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves, rather than some form of wire, carry the signal over part or all of the communication path
wireless
transmission by radio waves having no wires; "a wireless security system
wireless
transmission by radio waves
wireless
a communication system based on broadcasting electromagnetic waves
wireless
In the "good old days" it referred to the trusty radio that brought you the BBC News Now it is more likely to mean devices that do not require wires to connect to the internet
wireless
not having any wires
wireless
in which the messages, etc
wireless
All those cables hanging off of your computer can be annoying and they get in the way of making your laptop computer truly mobile, enter wireless! Wireless networking uses a special type of radio waves to connect you to the network, not as fast as the wired network connections available on campus, wireless still has the mobility advantage
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A system that provides communication without the use of wires
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Radio waves, cellular, satellite, microwave, etc
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Describing radio-based systems allowing transmission or telephone and/or data signals through the air without a physical connection, such as a metal wire or fiber optical cable
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Radio Frequency spectrum, which allows voice data and video transmission WirelessGalaxy com | Contact Us | Careers | Ask Us Any Question | Helpful Topics/FAQ | Articles Copyright © 1999-2001 WirelessGalaxy com Trademarks, Legal Disclaimers and Terms & Conditions All rights reserved
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A new all-encompassing "buzzword" which describes what used to be called "radio", but which typically also implies some of the newer cellular or digital radio technologies as well
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A communication system characterized by data distribution over unguided medium; an example of unguided medium is the atmosphere
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sending communications over radio waves
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Wireless refers to a communications, monitoring, or control system in which a signal is carried through atmospheric space rather than along a wire
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{f} use wireless communications, telegraph
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A wireless or wireless set is a radio. = radio
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– Radio transmission via the airwaves Various communications techniques are used to provide wireless transmission including infrared line of sight, cellular, microwave, satellite, packet radio, and spread spectrum
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having no wires; "a wireless security system"
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Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of communications that take place without the use of interconnecting wires or cables, such as by radio, microwave, or infrared
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Radio-based systems that allow transmission of information without a physical connection, opposed to transmission systems, that require a physical connection, such as copper wire or optical fiber
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Shorthand for a radio or microwave connection Many believe that wireless broadband is only a few years away and will make debates over cable and telephone broadband obsolete
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Wireless technology uses radio waves rather than electricity and therefore does not require any wires. the fast-growing wireless communication market
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technology is rapidly evolving, and is playing an increasing role in the lives of people throughout the world In addition, ever-larger numbers of people are relying on the technology directly or indirectly (It has been suggested that wireless is overused in some situations, creating a social nuisance )
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Literally, without wires   Most often it is a phone system that operates without wires   Wireless phones instead use radio waves or satellites to transmit their signals    Cellular phones are the most common wireless devices
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Describes any computing device that can access a network without a wired connection
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Short for Wireless telegraphy, Wireless telephony, etc
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as, to send a message by wireless
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– using the radio-frequency spectrum or microwave network for voice, data, Internet and video signals
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are transmitted through space by electric waves; as, a wireless message
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{s} having no wire; relating to radiotelegraphy or radiotelephony; pertaining to radio
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It is possible to get Internet access via wireless options, think of a cordless phone or a cell phone It works the same way and is considered high speed or broadband Internet access
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Having no wire; designating, or pertaining to, a method of telegraphy, telephony, etc
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{i} something without wires; radio
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an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals
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