Definitions for "Wireless"
Wireless is a generic term which incorporates the following technologies: Bluetooth, GPRS, Wi-Fi and Infrared.
Refers to mobile or cellular telecommunications, for which part of the communications pathway includes transmission through radio links to land-based networks. Wireless communications products and services include cellular phones and pagers.
A mode of communication, where electromagnetic or acoustic waves carry a signal through atmospheric space rather than along a wire. A cellular phone is one such example.
designating, or pertaining to, a method of telegraphy, telephony, or other information transmisssion, in which the messages, data, etc., are transmitted through space by electric waves; as, a wireless message; a wireless network; a wireless keyboard.
Short for Wireless telegraphy, Wireless telephony, etc.; as, to send a message by wireless.
an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals
Keywords:  mayhew, mitchell, hayes, turner, daniel
Indie (music)/Rock (music) group formed in the UK in 2000 by Paul Mayhew (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Daniel Turner (Bass/Backing Vocals, Robin Hayes (Guitar) and David Mitchell (Drums).
a small, Topeka based Internet Solutions Provider
Keywords:  wizard, protocol, application
Wireless Application Protocol wizard
Keywords:  ambiguous, world, computing, term
In the computing world, the term "wireless" can be rather ambiguous, since it ...
The wireless transmission of video signals can be carried out over both short and long ranges, with 2.4 to 5 GHz devices for short distances and high-power line dedicated site solutions for several miles or more.
Keywords:  object
An object without wires.
Keywords:  security, system
having no wires; "a wireless security system"
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Having no wire;