In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: Internet protocol (IP) telephony, private branch exchange (PBX), key telephone system (KTS), and wireless private branch exchange (WPBX).
What does W-PBX stand for?
W-PBX stands for Wireless Private Branch Exchange
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Wide Angle Field of View
- Wiener-Khinchine Relationship
- Woringer-Kolopp Disease (also seen as WK)
- Wireless Local Area Network (also abbreviated as WLAN)
- Window-Based Least Significant Bit
- Wavelet-based Multi-Resolution Time Domain
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- Western Pacific Satellite (DSCS)
- Wheat Preliminary Yield Trial (agriculture)
- Wisconsin Quality of Life Index (questionnaire)
- Winston-Salem (North Carolina, USA)
- Weibull Shape Parameter
- Weighted Total Field/Scattered Field
- Worldwide TRICARE Information Center
- Washington-Wilkes Humane Shelter Association
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footnote 1 = Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications footnote 2 = Wireless Private Branch Exchange footnote 3 = Wireless Local Loop footnote 4 = Wireless Local Area Network footnote 5 = Intermediate Frequency footnote 6 = Frequency Modulation footnote 7 = Receive Signal Sensitivity Input About Atmel Founded in 1984, Atmel Corporation is headquartered in San Jose, California with manufacturing facilities in North America and Europe.