wireless technology

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Noun Technology that permits the transfer of information between separated points without physical connection. Note: Currently wireless technologies use infrared, acoustic, radio frequency, and optical. (used 36 times in citations and controls)
  • Per ISO 704:2009 methodology
Noun Permits the active or passive transfer of information between separated points without physical connection. Active information transfer may entail a transmit and/or receive emanation of energy, whereas passive information transfer entails a receive-only capability. Currently wireless technologies use IR, acoustic, RF, and optical but, as technology evolves, wireless could include other methods of transmission. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
  • Per ISO 704:2009 methodology

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Type Other Form
Plural wireless technologies
Plural Possessive wireless technologies'
Possessive wireless technology's

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