T - Definitions

  • T

    T-carrier system

    To see the relationship between T-carrier, E-carrier, and DS0 multiples, see digital signal X. The T-carrier system, introduced by the Bell System in the U.S. in the 1960s, was the first successful system that supported digitized voice transmission.

  • T1 (T-1)

    Also see the T-carrier system, of which the T1 is a part.

  • TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)

    Definition: Learn what the Transmission Control Protocol is and the role it plays in the TCP/IP protocol suite.

  • TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)

    TCP/IP, or the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, is a suite of communication protocols used to interconnect network devices on the internet.

  • TCP/IP offload engine (TOE)

    The TCP/IP offload engine (TOE for short) is a technology that is gaining popularity in high-speed Ethernet systems for the purpose of optimizing throughput.

  • TDMA (time division multiple access)

    TDMA (time division multiple access) is a technology used in digital cellular telephone communication that divides each cellular channel into three time slots in order to increase the amount of data that can be carried. (Continued...)

  • Technical Office Protocol (TOP)

    Technical Office Protocol (TOP), also called Technical and Office Protocol, is a set of protocols intended for networks that perform distributed information processing in business offices... (Continued)

  • telco (telephone company)

    In the United States and possibly other countries, "telco" is a short form for telephone company.

  • telecenter

    A telecenter (US spelling) or telecentre (UK spelling) is a work location usually in a different place than the organization's main office that provides convenient occasional access for telecommuting to work equipment that they don't have at home or on the road.

  • telecom carrier

    A telecom carrier is a company that is authorized by regulatory agencies to operate a telecommunications system.

  • telecom cloud provider

    A telecom cloud provider is a telecommunications company that has shifted a significant part of its business from landline service to devote resources to providing cloud services.

  • telecommunications (telecom)

    Telecommunications is the transmission of data, voice and video over significant distances by electronic means that use a wide variety of networks and media.

  • Telecommunications Act of 1996

    The Telecommunications Act of 1996, enacted by the U.S. Congress on February 1, 1996, and signed into law by President Bill Clinton on February 8, 1996, provided major changes in laws affecting cable TV, telecommunications, and the Internet.

  • Telecommunications Display Device (TDD)

    A Telecommunications Display Device (TDD), also known as a text telephone, is a telephone equipped with a keyboard and a display for people who are hearing- or speech-impaired.

  • telematics

    Telematics uses GPS and mobile devices to send and receive information that helps control remote objects, primarily in the automotive industry.

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