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to strike a surface at such an angle as to be deflected

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The wireless modems are found within Nokia's handsets.
If you don't have a wireless modem and you must plug your laptop modem into a hotel room phone line that is not designated a data port, beware.
Sierra Wireless, a British Columbia company, provides Sprint and AT&T with similar wireless modems.
Using patented wireless power line carrier technology, the Secure Wireless Modem Jack turns any electrical outlet into a modem jack, transmitting data signals on 110v electrical wiring using closed-circuit, FM transmissions.
Electronic Systems Technology, a publicly held Corporation since 1984, was the first company to develop the wireless modem and receive the United States and Canadian patents for this technology.
Establishing ESTeem[TM] Wireless Modems as a DBA will provide us with additional flexibility in how our products and our Company are presented to the public, particularly in the marketing and tradeshow arenas.
InterDigital also announced the availability of a complete dual-mode 2G/3G wireless modem platform, including the 3G protocol stack, the licensed technology from Infineon, and InterDigital's own 3G baseband design (WCDMA, HSDPA and HSUPA).
11b Ethernet wireless modems announced the immediate availability of RS-232, serial connectivity capability for the ESTeem 195 series of Ethernet wireless modems.
a publicly held Company since 1984, was the first to develop the wireless modem and receive the United States and Canadian patents for the technology, has established the ESTeem wireless modem products as a standard for industrial control, federal applications and public safety applications in over 7,000 wireless radio networks worldwide.
MaxStream is the leading worldwide developer of wireless modem networking for electronic devices.
The new ESTeem 192MHP wireless modem designed for industrial automation and public safety applications, boasts software selectable RF output power levels of 10, 20, and 30 watts.
We believe that starting with a proven media player core and adding ultra-power-efficient wireless modem technology, like that from Icera, is the best model for creating successful connected personal media players.
EST) (OTCBB:ELST), manufacturer of ESTeem wireless modems, today announced the Company will host the first Wireless Summit for the Company's Latin American distributors and representatives.
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