The word wireless is a noun. Wireless means (1) a communication system based on broadcasting electromagnetic waves, (2) an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals, (3) transmission by radio waves, (4) medium for communication.
Wireless is also an adjective that means (1) having no wires.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word wireless.
The focus of Wireless-Phones.us is wireless cell phones and wireless phone service plans. Website visitors can read about the history and operation of wireless cellular phones.
Cell phone providers offer a selection of wireless calling plans to subscribers. Visit this site to find tips on choosing a wireless provider and plan to best suit your needs.
Wireless from AT&T, formerly Cingular Wireless, is the largest wireless company in the United States, with more than 63 million subscribers. On the website, users can find out about phones for personal and business use, find a store, shop for phones and accessories, and find out about packages and deals.
Home security systems can be hardwired or wireless. If a home already has wiring from a former alarm system, a hardwired system is easy to add. Otherwise, a wireless security system may be preferable.
Browse this computer parts manufacturer directory for information about computer parts and supplies manufacturers and distributors in the USA. The photo on this page shows a wireless computer mouse.
Photo printers often have memory card slots, direct camera interfaces, wireless interfaces and led displays, and are specially designed for use with digital cameras and mobile smart phones.
Recently acquired by AT&T, BellSouth provides residential business, Internet, wireless, and digital TV services. The website describes all of its services and provides places to sign up for them. Once connected to BellSouth, users can pay their bills online.
California-based Linksys is a division of Cisco Systems that produces VoIP, Wireless, and Ethernet networking solutions for home, SOHO, and small business users. The website provides users with detailed descriptions of the products and lists distributors for them. There is also a Learning Center for users to find out more about computer networking systems in general and how they work.
Motorola was founded in 1928 in Chicago. Its first product was a battery eliminator that allowed radios to be plugged into household electrical circuits. Today Mororola is a major marketer of wireless and broadband communications. The website lists the vast number of products and services that they produce from phones to motorcycle radios to embedded computing, and much more.
QUALCOMM, founded in 1985 and located in San Diego, is a research and development company that produces wireless telecommunications. Users can search for QUALCOMM solutions by industry type, business areas, or by product. There are also links to service and support and much more information about products and services.
Sprint Nextel offers a range of wireless and wireline communications services. Sprint was founded in 1899 as the Brown Telephone Company. Nextel was founded in 1987, and the two companies merged in 2004. The website provides information about phones, plans, accessories, coverage and support. The Sprint Digital Lounge offers special ring tones, entertainment, and applications.
With headquarters in Bellevue, Washington, T-Mobile provides wireless voice, messaging, and data services capable of reaching over 268 million Americans. On the website, users can find out about phone styles, service plans, order phones and other accessories, and locate T-Mobile stores near them. The site also has a map that helps users locate the coverage they can get from T-Mobile.
The following articles provide recent wireless-related news.
Klipsch has unveiled a new generation of true wireless earphones, taking that same epic sound we loved from the first T5 and improving everything else.
Cam Bunton. Pocket Lint. Friday, 10 Jul 2020 12:00:00 +0100.
Findings from a new study into the effects of radiofrequency radiation generated by the wireless technology that will soon be the standard for cell phones suggest few health impacts.
Science Daily. Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 14:15:32 EDT.