In 1998, the company introduced the worlds first SiGe RF Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) chip set, and this year it introduced the first SiGe power amplifier for Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) telephones.
What does DECT stand for?
DECT stands for Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (now Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 12 other meanings of DECT in our Acronym Attic
- Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence
- Diesel Emission Control Sulfur Effects
- Dedebit Credit and Saving Institution (Tigray, Ethiopia)
- Digital Equipment Corporation Systems Research Center
- Decryption of Contents Scrambling System (DVD)
- Computer Simulation In Production Planning of Control Systems
- Decay Time
- Digital Enhanced Cordless Technology (phones)
- Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (European cordless phone standard)
- Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone (product name)
- Digital European Cordless Telephony (now Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
- Dominant Extroverted Concrete Thinker (Jung personality type indicator)
- Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications -Multimedia Consortium
- Double Error Correcting, Triple Error Detecting
- Decatur Earthmover Credit Union (Decatur, IL)
- Delta Employees Credit Union (now Delta Community Credit Union)
- Department of Entomology, Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)
- Detroit Edison Credit Union (Plymouth, MI)
- Developmental and Educational Communication Unit (India)
- Digital Engine Control Unit
Samples in periodicals archive:
0- CDMA -- Code Division Multiple Access DECT -- Digital European Cordless Telecommunications GSM -- Global System for Mobile Communications NADC -- North American Digital Cellular PHS -- Personal Handyphone System PDC -- Personal Digital Cellular TETRA -- Terrestrial Trunked Radio -0- CONTACTS: Hewlett-Packard Company Bob Durstenfeld, 408/553-6820 robert_durstenfeld@hp.
1, 1995--The growing demand for wireless communication -- for both business and home use -- places pressure on manufacturers of Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) equipment to reduce their time to market and decrease cost per test in production.