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Abbreviations give a contribution to better potency of writing, analyzing, and talking, in addition to larger comprehension of technical and medical articles, reviews, and lectures. They serve to lessen the time and value of writing, typing, modifying, and composition resetting. in addition they lessen the distance required for texts, tables, and diagrams. As such, abbreviations are precious instruments that improve the dynamics of technical language.
The complete thesaurus of Telecom Abbreviations and Acronyms is a suite of over 16,000 entries that disguise the fields of telecommunications, satellite tv for pc communications, marine communications, radar and army communications, avionics, electronics, laptop, net, radio and tv broadcasting, fiber optics communications, details know-how (IT), details verbal exchange expertise (ICT), distant sensing, mobile networks, really good cellular Radio (SMR), and ham radio. It can pay specific recognition to the abbreviations utilized in ITU, Intelsat, IMO, IMSO, and APSCC records.
The word list additionally comprises abbreviations often present in telecom magazines, contracts, and fiscal records. furthermore, it comprises entries that mirror the typical terminology utilized by significant telecom businesses and operators, in addition to these utilized by really expert associations and conventional companies comparable to IEEE, ETSI, IETF, ISO, and GSM. it's also abbreviations on new applied sciences.
A thorough and crucial reference, the great thesaurus of Telecom Abbreviations and Acronyms is helping maintain engineers, technical writers, technicians, and college scholars in control at the tremendous volume of terminology that comes their manner.
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Bit Timing Recovery 2. Block Transfer Rate 3. British Telecom Requirement British Telecom Research Laboratories 1. Base Transceiver Station (GSM) 2. Bit Test and Set Base Transceiver Station Management (wireless) Bit Transport Slave Optical 1. Basic Transmission Unit 2. British Thermal Unit Business Television AU5866—CHAPTER B—B—12/7/2007—11:17—GANESHV—274404—XML MODEL E – pp. 31–43 Bb BU BUFF BUNI BURBON BUS BVA BVR BVS BW BWA BWF BWFN BWG BWM BWO Byte BZT & 43 Baseband Unit buffer Broadband User Network Interface Broadband Urban Rural-Based Open Networks Broadcast and Unknown Server Billing Validation Application database (AT&T) Beyond Visual Range Billing Validation Service (AT&T) bandwidth (parameter) 1.