Telecommunications

Telecommunications refer to the transmission of information over distances for the purpose of communication. In the modern age of electronics and electricity, telecommunication includes the use of electrical devices, radio and microwave communications, fiber optics, orbiting satellites and the Internet.

Asked in Telecommunications, Fax Machines

What does a fax document contain?

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Igore the following names that dont include with the fax: · The fax needs to be addressed to Don Corblimey · It needs his fax number in Sicily of 0898-0012 (find out the country code for Sicily) · It needs today's date · It needs a sensible title so that Don will know what it is about · It needs to include the chart from Chimp Andy - well from you really, but Chimp Andy doesn't want Don to know he can't create a chart. · It needs to include a short summary of what the chart shows - remember, Don isn't well known for his brains. · Because Chimp Andy can't write, it needs a picture of an angry looking chimp in place of his signature (look for one on the internet).
Asked in Online Shopping, Shopping, Telecommunications, Phone Service Providers, AT & T, Printable Coupons

Att uverse coupons - are there any specific uverse coupons or coupon codes that anyone knows about that will save on uverse tv bundle packages?

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HI There are no specific uverse coupon codes, I know since I got the service last month and searched everywhere for codes. However, sites like RicksCouponPicks.com have att uverse promotions on a monthly basis with direct uverse cash back promotions from ATT. You can get cash back promotions on various amounts depending on the month on uverse products but no coupon codes at this time. Hope it helps.
Asked in Mobile Phones, Telecommunications, Phone Service Providers, AT & T

Can you put an ATT sim card into a boostmobile phone?

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No you cannot. AT&T uses a GSM network and Boost uses iDEN and the two are not even remotely compatible. The Boost SIM card can be used for international roaming but it will not work with GSM networks in the US. It will not work either way, a Boost SIM will not work in a GSM device and a GSM SIM will not work in a Boost device.
Asked in Telecommunications

Which line-coding techniques are used in ADSL equipment?

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Carrierless amplitude/phase (CAP)Discrete multitone (DMT)
Asked in Telephones, Telecommunications

What is STD in telecommunication field?

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STD stands for 'Subscriber Trunk Dialling' - Snakester1962
Asked in Telecommunications

Is high cost of capital good?

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No. A high cost of capital is very expensive for an enterprise.Shares are a very high cost of capital as shareholders expect large dividend annually.
Asked in Telecommunications, Electronics Engineering, Optical Communications

Optical fiber works on the principle of?

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Optical fibre works on the principle of 'Total Internal Reflection'.
Asked in Inventions, Telephones, Telecommunications

When was the telephone invented?

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On 10 March 1876, Scottish-born inventor, Alexander Graham Bell uttered the famous words into the telephone to his assistant in the next room: "Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you". June 2 1875 The telephone was made in 1905 by Alexander graham bell. :D 1876. It is generally accepted that Scottish-born inventor, Alexander Graham Bell, invented the first practical telephone on March 10, 1876, when, in Boston, USA, he spoke his famous words "Mr Watson, come here. I want to see you." On 10 March 1876, Scottish-born inventor, Alexander Graham Bell uttered the famous words into the telephone to his assistant in the next room: "Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you". Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in March 1876 During the late 1860's many inventors worked with the telegraph principle to transmit sounds and voices. The first system was patented in March, 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell, a Scottish-American inventor. 1915: First transcontinental telephone call, with Thomas Watson at 333 Grant Avenue in San Francisco receiving the call from Alexander Graham Bell at 15 Day Street in New York City Then phones were made and sold the next year! Phones were first invented in 1633 The Telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell, a Scottish-born inventor, scientist, philanthropist and teacher of the deaf is the person most widely credited as the inventor of the electric telephone. On March 7th 1876 he became the first to receive a patent for this device, and at that time resided in Salem, Massachusetts. In the 1870s, two inventors Elisha Gray and Alexander Graham Bell both independently designed devices that could transmit speech electrically (the telephone). Both men rushed their respective designs to the patent office within hours of each other, Alexander Graham Bell patented his telephone first. Elisha Gray and Alexander Graham Bell entered into a famous legal battle over the invention of the telephone, which Bell won in 1876 1876 - Assuming you meant to ask when the first telephone was invented. Do a search for Alexander Graham Bell on friendus.com.
Asked in Telecommunications, Morse Code

How is Morse code similar to computer technology?

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Both are systems for data/signal transmissions. Morse code uses dashes and dots (long and short pulses), while computers use ones and zeros (on and off/something and nothing) to transmit data. Both are binary.
Asked in MP3 Players Audio and Sound Systems, Telecommunications, Phone Service Providers, AT & T

How do you fix an ATT On problem on a Sony CDX-M630 CD player?

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ATT I think is a mute that doesent mute all the way so you can still here it a little. That is what happend on my truck.
Asked in Telecommunications, Morse Code

How do you use Morse Code with a pencil?

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you eat the pencil ^this person obviusley is a smart-ass you just draw out the dots and dashes .... . .-.. .-.. --- Hello .... . -.-- Hey
Asked in Cable Internet, Broadband Internet, Telecommunications, Wired Broadband Data Access

How do you hook up a DSL connection to your computer?

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the actual physical connection is simple, almost every DSL provider will sell/lease you a modem, and probably install it, either free or for a price. The DSL modem connects either to your phone line, a fiber optic line (if your in a large city) or most commonly a coaxal line, just like your tv. That modem, also connected to the power outlet, is then connected to your computer via a jumper Ethernet line, commonly Cat5e. You could also connect a router to the modem instead, and then connect your computer to the router via another Cat5e line, or Wifi. This is only required when you are connecting many computers to the same internet connection, or when you really need Wifi for a laptop or remote computer.
Asked in Home Electricity, Telecommunications, Electrical Wiring

What is a Western Union long tie splice?

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Put a 90 degree bend on the two wire ends. Interlock the two ends together. Wind the opposite tail ends tightly from the 90 degree bend up onto the opposite wire. This was the old Western Union Telegraph splice that was used to repair broken telegraph wires.
Asked in Telephones, Telecommunications, Technology

What is DDI telephone?

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DDI (Direct Dial Inwards) telephones allow the user to have multiple telephone numbers, without the need to have expensive direct lines.
Asked in Mobile Phones, Salary and Pay Rates, Sales and Customer Service, Telecommunications, Phone Service Providers, AT & T

How much commission does an ATT rep make?

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They have pretty much slashed commissions in half for Sales Reps for 2009. In 2008, they were paying a certain percentile of the features you sold. For example, if you achieved your goal for the month in features, they would pay out 60% of what you sold. The more you surpassed your goal the higher a percentage you would keep up to 80%. So in other words....if you sold $3,000 in features for the month, you just put $2400 in your pocket AND that's just part of the commission. You also get paid for activations/upgrades and accessories you sell. With activations/upgrades, the higher the rate plan you sell, the more you get paid. Accessories are pretty much extra change in your pocket. They really only give you about 4% of your quota which is usually about $4000-$5000. Ofcourse both are paid out on a tier basis so the more you sell past your quota the higher per opp you get paid. BUUUUUUT like I said, they pretty much slashed commissions in half for 2009. I guess its a normal business practice for AT&T to change their commission tables. For 2009, activations/upgrades pay out the same along with accessories. Its in the Features department where they stuck it to its Reps. Now instead of receiving a certain percentage of what you sell, there is this thing they call a "Bucket". The bucket contains $450 bucks. If you reach 100% of your quota, you get the whole bucket. Example: your quota is $3000? You meet your goal so you get $450. That's right....FOUR HUNDRED FIFTY!!! Not $2400 like you would have made if you were on the previous commission table. They have also included "CFT" Customer Feedback Tool in your commission. CFT is pretty much a random automated customer survey which customers get via telephone after you have helped them. Any account you access has a chance of getting a call. If you get a bad score or don't reach 75% satisfaction, you are not paid out Excellence (you reached 150% of your goal). So yeah...oh yeah and to top it off, AT&T seems to be oblivious to a National Recession. They keep slashing commissions in little ways AND they either keep quotas where they were last year or they keep increasing them. They have also increased the percentage you have to reach in regards to your monthly quota. It has always been that if u reached 80% you were good. Heck! If you didnt even make that you were good! They really didnt enforce performance requirements. Now they want you to reach 100% in EVERYTHING! And if you don't....there are 4 levels of discipline. If you fall short of reaching 100% of Total Opps, Features or Accessories...you get a write up. If you reach Level 4 Discipline...youre fired!!! Yup...word has it that the company is just trying to get rid of its tenure staff since they get paid alot more than new hires. So yeah....if you wanna be a Sales Rep I would reconsider if you were looking at AT&T.
Asked in US Constitution, Telecommunications, Newspapers and Magazines, Journalists

What is Freedom of the Press?

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Answer: Freedom of press is the right to print or publish something without governmental interference, though there are restrictions, which lead to punishments if dishonored. The freedom of the press secures the freedom of the mediamen/ journalists to write their ideas, opinions, or point of views.
Asked in Telephones, Telecommunications

What is hotel telephone exchange?

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A hotel telephone exchange is the telephone system that allows for calls to be directed to various departments of the hotel staff (housekeeping, room service, reservations, etc.), or to an individual guest room.
Asked in Telecommunications, Wired Broadband Data Access, Internet Explorer

What did the internet do for us?

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It has given us more time and location insensitive communication, purchasing, finance management, work, and information gathering. Plus greater access to pooled knowledge and increasingly tailored services and products. However, the internet has not completely ruled out the relevance of time and location. While we can now receive and respond to messages from friends and family regardless of where and what they're doing, there are still many things we can only read on paper, like old books. We now have better access to pooled knowledge. Think a pair of ski boots look awesome? Well now through websites like Amazon.com you can find out if they are as awesome as they look by reading what actually owners of the boots think. This type of public feedback is forcing companies to provide us with better products. While we can order shoes online we have not yet perfected the service of ensuring the shoes are a good fit. Somethings still require us to be there in person. Specific services include: Internet banking (no longer need to be there in person or call during business hours to change something with your bank account) Online purchasing (no longer need to be there in person or call during business hours to purchase something) Increased pooled knowledge (no longer dependent on a friend or relative telling you if something is good) More and better products (as customers can better communicate their needs companies can now better tailor products and recognize demand for the creation of new products) Time insensitive communication (email, Facebook) Interests shaped newsfeeds (you no longer need to skim newspapers to find stories that interests you. Now you can tell Google to send you stories that match you specified interests) Speeder access to information (Google search engine)
Asked in Telephones, United Kingdom, Telecommunications, Calling and Area Codes, England

What telephone area is-0207 247?

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020 is the code for London, so this number is in London. As the local number starts with 7247, the number was originally allocated to BT's Bishopsgate exchange in the City - although the number could since have been taken to another location or operator by its owner.
Asked in Companies, Telecommunications, Anna University

Where can you see previous solved BSNL JTO examination papers?

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You can get BSLN-JTO papers, models and samples for download online.
Asked in Cable Internet, Computer Networking, Telecommunications, Wired Broadband Data Access, Local Area Network

How can you connect both ADSL and cable?

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This answer is really dependant on your use. the first answer is clearly easiest if you have only one computer. It doesn't matter. You could connect one USB & one Ethernet, Both Ethernet, Both USB. They have nothing to do with each other so they can be connected however you like. --- If you have more than one device (Most of us do. PC, Xbox, Wii, BlueRay Player, Server, Iphone, Etc...) you will need to utilize an appliance. These appliances use Ethernet, and can only use one connection at a time. it is designed for fail-over. Another appliance can load balance but a single stream goes out a single connection and you can not exceeded the bandwidth of a single connection because your source ip needs to be the same. These provide a level of redundancy for traffic requests from inside the network. There is minimal or no redundancy if you have an internal resource you need to access from remote. Device Example Business Applications Cisco ASA, Juniper Netscreen Home Application Linksys RT04, Draytek Vigor 2910VG, HotBrick LB2, Netgear FVS124G