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TDD

abbr.
telecommunications device for the deaf
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Through a series of innovations, it can utilize MBB speed to xGbps level based on existing and future LTE TDD features such as Massive MIMO, 3D Beamforming, 256QAM, and UDC.
YooMee Africa, which provides services to customers throughout sub-Saharan Africa, plans to expand into new markets by offering high speed broadband access using TDD LTE.
LTE TDD is a superior alternative in some countries due to its flexibility in uploading and downloading content," said Jong-seok Park, President and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company.
TDD will come from its deployment to support mobile broadband services.
Huawei has been committed to LTE TDD commercial deployment worldwide," said Deng Taihua, president LTE TDD & WiMAX &TDS wireless networks, Huawei.
Greenpacket is set to capitalize on the growing subscriber base for TDD LTE forecasted at 25% of the 31 million LTE subscriber base in 2012.
In conjunction with PXI 3000 RF instrumentation and the existing LTE FDD measurement suite, Aeroflex can now offer comprehensive RF parametric test capability for LTE devices operating in LTE 3GPP TDD and FDD bands.
The SkyWeb team, who has been offering GPRS wireless data service since 2003, will deploy a UMTS TDD system to offer mobile wireless broadband to businesses and consumers.
Walsh calls "the 500 rule," in which dividing 500 by the TDD gives the number of grams of carbohydrate that can be covered by 1 unit of bolus insulin.
The court noted that even though the jail did not immediately provide a telecommunications device (TDD) for the detainee, an interpreter was not provided within the cell area, and close captioning was not activated on the television set provided for detainees, he was allowed to use his own TDD, security concerns precluded the provision of an interpreter in the cell area, and there was no showing that the detainee asked to have the close captioning activated.
American Lawyer Media (ALM; New York) has agreed to sell the assets of two of its non-legal properties, The Daily Deal magazine and Corporate Control Alert newsletter, to TDD, Inc.
In related news, American Lawyer Media (AIM; New York) has agreed to sell the assets of two of its non-legal properties, The Daily Deal and Corporate Control Alert newsletter, to TDD, Inc.