telebridge

telebridge

(ˈtɛlɪˌbrɪdʒ)
n
a television broadcast using satellite technology to enable discussion between studio audiences in different countries
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The DOST-Asti first made a telebridge connection with Amateur Station W6SRJ based in California, which then established a communication link with Amateur Radio on the International Space Station.
Almazan added that the second attempt which succeeded was coursed through the ARISS telebridge. DOST-ASTI connected with Amateur Station W6SRJ in California, USA and the station established a communication link with the ARISS.
The women in the program take part in a telebridge conference call two times a month.
Bay Bridge offers the CenterBridge, TeleBridge, Collections Bridge and Customer InSight systems that help maximize the performance of customer contact channels through the practical application of technology.
E-CONFERENCING IN A SECURED environment is achieved by using the audioconferencing system TeleBridge as part of a company's telecommunications hardware and Adtec's Web Conferencing Server Software installed on the company's own ISP network.
He joined Ostankino in 1968, and his achievements there included pioneering the use of telebridges around the USSR -- specialized linkups between, say, Moscow and Tashkent surgeons -- in the early 1970s.