Origin of telecommunicationtele- + communication, after French télécommunication
Using this cellphone is an example of telecommunication.
Telecommunication is communicating with the use of an electronic device.
An example of telecommunication is talking to someone on a cell phone.
[also pl., with sing. or pl. v.] communication by electronic or electric means, as through radio, telephone, telegraph, television, or computers
- often telecommunications used with sing. verb The science and technology of communication at a distance by transmission of electrical impulses, electromagnetic waves, or optical pulses, as by telephone, radio, television, or computer network: Telecommunications is an important area of professional growth.
- a. often telecommunications used with a pl. verb The systems used in transmitting such messages: Telecommunications were disrupted by the brownout.b. A message so transmitted.
(countable and uncountable, plural telecommunications)
From French tÃ©lÃ©communication.
- Nokia: This company operates several facilities throughout Finland, and may be the ideal employer for individuals with telecommunication or information technology skills and experience.
- Research in Motion Limited, also known as RIM, was founded in 2004 by . It is a Canadian telecommunication and wireless device company based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
- Degrees are available in hotel management, dental hygiene, parks and natural resources and telecommunication technology, just to name a few.
- The phone has all of the capabilities of a small laptop and is compatible with leading telecommunication operators.