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wireless network

A system by which a computer, cell phone, or other device can access the Internet without being plugged into a router. I can't connect to the Internet on my laptop—why isn't the wireless network working? What's the password for the wireless network?
See also: network, wireless

latrine wireless

(ləˈtrin ˈwɑɪɚləs)
n. the free exchange of information and gossip at the general toilet facilities. (see also grapevine, latrine rumor. This wireless alludes to the older term for a radio, not to modern wireless telephony.) It came over the latrine wireless this morning. We’re all shipping out.
See also: latrine, wireless
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Despite its challenges though, wireless technology looks to be the way of the near future, and the schools that already have it are exploring different ways to use it, from teacher development to student enrichment.
Other wireless vendors, faced with dwindling private subscriber groups, have gotten in on the action toward even more capitalistic ends.
Wireless telecommunications infrastructures represent a quick fix--a less time consuming and relatively low-cost way for developing areas to achieve global connectivity.
The wireless real-time control systems enabled by Strix enhance automated manufacturing and quality control and help reduce manpower costs by increasing people's ability to resolve problems that may occur.
Wireless signals transmit perfectly through wood, plaster, and glass, but metal, brick or concrete walls have proven to be significant barriers.
Wireless data traffic increased significantly in 2006 as advanced technologies - such as the Verizon Wireless V CAST and V CAST Music information and entertainment services - have been introduced in growing areas of the state and have quickly become popular with consumers.
At Ford Field, facility managers selected Gulf Coast Real Estate Consultants, LLC, to design and install an integrated, multi-carrier wireless infrastructure similar to systems they deployed at ALLTEL Stadium and Reliant Park for the two previous Super Bowls.
Use of Wireless Data Applications Among Respondents' Organizations Between 2005 and 2006
Competitive factors in wireless telecommunications services industry relate to national and multi-national positioning.
E[acute accent]--Developers Pavilion - The latest innovations in wireless data and voice applications, mobile Java, location based services, messaging, content and much more.
Verizon Wireless' wireless broadband -- or EV-DO (evolution-data optimized) -- network is now available to more than 150 million people coast to coast.
We're looking forward to aggressively marketing our new products throughout Texas and the large enterprise, commercial and residential client base in which ERF Wireless has a proven track record," stated Jerry Dix, 5G Wireless Communications CEO.
Retailers also attend CTIA WIRELESS for the specialized education and training sessions offered every year.
If you want to be a part of the progressive developments in the wireless industry, CTIA WIRELESS 2006(R) is where you need to be.