An analogue standard for mobile systems.
Tactical Area Communications System
Terminal Access Conversion Service. A central JANET facility for converting between X.29 and telnet, the terminal access services supported on the X.25 and IP parts of JANET.
A mobile phone standard originally used in Britain for the 900 MHz frequency band.
Total Access Communications System. A derivative of the AT&T-developed analog cellular radio standard AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone Service) adopted by U.K. Cellnet and Racal-Vodaphone, operating at 900MHz.
Total Access Communication System: a British 1G analog mobile telephone standard based on the US AMPS system. It was later adopted in other countries including Hong-Kong and Japan.
Total Access Communications Systems - the UK Analogue System
Total Access Communications System. Analog cellphone system in Europe based on AMPS.
First-generation mobile telephone system used outside the Nordic countries and the USA.
Total Access Communication System (UK)
Total Access Communications System. An analogue mobile cellular system.
(Total Access Communications System) a cell phone system in Europe based on analog (AMPS).
Total Access Communication System. U.K. adopted version of the AT&T analog cellular radio standard AMPS operating at 900 mhz. TACS is designed with maximum consideration for very high subscriber densities in large urban areas as well as for sparsely populated smaller cities.
Total Access Communications System (an AMPS variant deployed in a number of countries principally the UK)
Total Access Communications System. Original analogue standard used in the UK.
Total Access Communication System. European analog cellular.
A standard for analog telephony that was deployed widely in Europe before GSM became the most popular approach.