wireless

[ US /ˈwaɪɹɫɪs/ ]
[ UK /wˈa‍ɪ‍ələs/ ]
NOUN
  1. medium for communication
  2. a communication system based on broadcasting electromagnetic waves
  3. transmission by radio waves
  4. an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals
ADJECTIVE
  1. having no wires
    a wireless security system
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How To Use wireless In A Sentence

  • Since then neither the printer nor wireless internet router appeared to be working. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can use standard wireless technology in hand-helds that have a huge capacity - they can have up to 250 megabytes now.
  • The telemetered technology will also benefit from integration with wireless-phone technology.
  • I wrote it early in 1945 and it was published in Wireless World in October, just after the war had ended, and it laid down the principles which now determine the world's communication system, the idea that you'd have satellites poised at such a height above the earth that they remained stationery in the sky and so-called synchronous, or geostationary, orbit. Great voices of science fiction
  • The company's killer product could be the GoodInfo system, an application server for delivering the information to a wireless client.
  • For example, a wireless link between a cell phone and an earpiece supporting an audio link is currently available in the marketplace.
  • New hardware, software, networking gear, and wireless devices are being woven together by the connective power of the Internet into a potent, upsetting force.
  • Verizon Wireless done transparent from the start that the Droid smartphone was designed to put vigour upon Apple, the builder of the iPhone, as well as AT&T (T), the exclusive U.S. iPhone carrier. RIM May Feel Android Effect | Hottest News at 365Daynews.Com
  • Tapwave already bundles web browsing software with the consoles, which to date have had to connect to a mobile phone via Bluetooth or infrared wireless links in order to provide Internet connectivity.
  • The second approach uses an app and plug-in devices or wireless controllers installed next to the equipment. Times, Sunday Times
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