The adoption of data transmission services like SMS and multimedia messaging service (MMS)--sending photos or videos via cell phones--vary a great deal from country to country.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Data Transmission
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 62 other meanings of DT in our Acronym Attic
- Dark Tavern (web forum)
- Dark Templar (Starcraft gaming organization)
- Dark Throne
- Dark Tournament (Yu Yu Hakusho, gaming)
- Dark Tower (book series)
- Dark Tranquillity (band)
- Darktide (gaming, Asheron's Call)
- Data Terminal
- Data Track
Samples in periodicals archive:
The cost of electronic data transmission is a hidden and a chronic expense for multiple-building or multi-location long-term care providers.
THE DATA CONNECTION How much does a CPA need to know about data transmission to keep a watchful eye on this function?
To gain results for a more practical use for 635 km transmission, Oki evaluated the transmission paths on actual environment with changing temperatures, and also confirmed error free data transmission.
Together with leading telecom carriers, ProfitLine will present key input for the definition of XML data transmission standards and assist the EDI Telecommunications Billing Committee (ETB) with issuing a wireless business model for EDI at the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) annual meeting March 20-24.
The corrected release reads: Device Technologies' Cable Management Solutions Deliver Both Off The Shelf and Custom Solutions for Telecom Applications Telecom and data cable installers have long asked for a way to protect and organize fiber optic cables to ensure maximum data transmission output.
HSN expects to capture a dominant share of the GPS market with its ability to provide, in large quantities, the lowest cost tracking hardware, and to offer the most cost-effective data transmission fees (wireless airtime consumer costs) in the industry.
CANNES, France -- Transceivers Combine 4 Mb/s Fast Infrared Data Transmission Operation with Up to Eight-Meter Universal Remote Control Agilent Technologies Inc.