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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 company also markets its GSM mobile phones to parents of children and teenagers who are searching for devices that will not be costly to replace.
Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia said on Friday (8 September) that it had signed a GSM expansion contract with Jiangxi Mobile Communications Corporation Ltd (Jiangxi MCC).
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a new standard that allows the transmission of data over GSM telephone networks at a higher speed and with the convenience of immediate communication without waiting for dialup connections.
Headquartered in Grand Prairie, Texas, GSM has a broad portfolio of innovative hunting and sport-shooting products sold under recognized brand names.
In a press chat after the company's stockholders meeting on Thursday, GSM president Ramon S.
Mr.Vadalia explained, “The GSM probes and TRAU probes over TDM networks captures GSM signalling as well as TRAU traffic data for calls being monitored, and transfers to Central Database System.
GSM: GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) is used for transmitting mobile voice and data services.
The main assumption of GSM localisation is the deployment of base stations across the whole structure of the GSM network.
Several operators, including Vodafone, currently hold bandwidths of 20MHz at 1.8GHz, of which 10MHz is used for LTE and the rest for high GSM traffic.
* Gross square meters (GSM) are reported in millions.
"It is natural for smart device users to desire round the clock connectivity and demand high data and voice service quality, when they are in a GSM coverage area.