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GSM

 (gē′ĕs′ĕm′)
n.
An international telecommunications standard for the transmission of voice and data between cell phones and other mobile devices.

[Originally short for French Groupe Spécial Mobile, Special Mobile Group, now officially short for Global System for Mobile Communications.]

gsm

abbreviation for
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) grams per square metre: the term used to specify the weight of paper

GSM

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) Global System for Mobile Communications
Translations

GSM

[ˌdʒiːɛsˈɛm] n abbr (=Global System for Mobile Communications) → GSM mG-string [ˈdʒiːstrɪŋ] n (= garment) → string m

GSM

abbr
(Telec) of Global System for Mobile CommunicationsGSM; GSM standardGSM-Standard m
abbr of general sales managerVerkaufsleiter(in) m(f)

gsm

abbr of gram(me)s per square metreg/m²
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The "mode" refers to the fact that the phone supports a type of technology--like GSM or WCDMA (Wide-band Code Divisional Multiple Access).
The initiative defines a core set of consistently available services available on GSM systems that adopt the technology.
In the Netherlands, the GSM doorbell is marketed via property developers and home security specialists, since the device is often linked with electronic door systems.
CallBlue GSM will deploy TECORE's mobile core network solution to offer MVNO services to its global customers.
Nasdaq: VRSO), a global provider of next generation network solutions, announced today that its GSM A.
Course Aim: After completing this course a trainee will be able to explain the principles of cellular radio systems and describe in detail the features and operation of GSM mobile networks including those offering a GPRS service.
The second billion has taken just two and a half years to achieve - every minute, the GSM community welcomes 1,000 new users.
Its high-level integration allows phone designers to move from the GPRS (general packet radio system) of GSM service to full EDGE, which affords data rates up to three times faster than GPRS.
By expanding the portfolio with GSM 450, mobile access will be available for new markets and operators.
Now with one billion subscribers, GSM has a clear lead as the world's dominant mobile technology.
An ideal solution for demanding mobile communications and global positioning applications (bus, rail, ship, air), the OrbiTrak GSM combines wireless tri-band GSM/GPRS connectivity with a low-power 12-channel parallel-tracking GPS receiver in a single, highly integrated embedded board.