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PDC (Personal Digital Cellular)

Japanese, second-generation (2G/2.5G) digital cellular standard operating in the 800MHz and 1,500MHz frequency bands.

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Scrambler

A coding device applied to a digital channel that produces an apparently random bit sequence. A corresponding device is used to decode the channel, i.e., the coding is reversible.

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Information Delivery

 Reporting — Reporting provides the ability to create formatted and interactive reports, with highly scalable distribution and scheduling capabilities. In addition, BI platform vendors should handle a wide array of reporting styles (for example, financial, operational and performance dashboards). […]

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Hybrid Cloud Computing

Hybrid cloud computing refers to policy-based and coordinated service provisioning, use and management across a mixture of internal and external cloud services.

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Low Frequency

Low frequency generally indicates frequencies between 3 and 300 kilohertz (kHz).

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Head-Up Display (HUD)

A head-up display (HUD) is a transparent display using light-emitting diode or other display projection technology to display customizable information and images (for example, speed data and warnings). It displays such content within a driver’s line of vision onto a […]

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Knowledge Capital

Intangible assets of an enterprise that are required to achieve business goals, including employee’s knowledge; data and information about processes, products, customers and competitors; and intellectual property such as patents or regulatory licenses.

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IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)

IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is an open architecture standard based on Session Initiation Protocol. It defines how applications and services are delivered to customers, regardless of the access network on which they run. IMS separates session control from the host […]

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Network Inventory

Tracks and manages network assets and manages network resources. It embodies the automated processes that allocate resources, determine configuration changes and automatically invoke activation.

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FTTP (Fiber to the Premises)

The term residential fiber to the premises (FTTP) refers to equipment used in fiber access deployments where fibers extend all the way to the end-user premises and the equipment is designed and optimized for use in residential applications. Equipment designed […]

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