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Wireless Communications In Albany

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Wireless Communications


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Business Listing   Adirondack Business Systems Inc - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 464-0220


Business Listing   Advanced Wireless Solutions - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 459-8127


Business Listing   Airtouch Paging Inc - Albany, NY - Phone: (845) 485-7676


Business Listing   Albany Communications & Microwave Limited - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 482-8851


Business Listing   All in One Wireless - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 435-1337


Business Listing   America's Wireless Company - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 454-9700


Business Listing   Beep Cheap - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 456-2255


Business Listing   Capitaland Wireless - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 435-2435


Business Listing   Capitol Wireless Communications - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 452-8026


Business Listing   Car Essentials - Albany - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 438-3000


Business Listing   Cellular 2000 and Beyond LLC - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 489-2255


Business Listing   Choice Wireless - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 435-1200


Business Listing   Cingular Wireless - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 456-2266


Business Listing   Cingular Wireless LLC - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 218-0340


Business Listing   Circuit City - Albany - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 464-9699


Business Listing   Communications To Go LLC - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 218-1111


Business Listing   Intouch Wireless Of Albany - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 862-1228


Business Listing   Lag's Beeper's Plus - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 426-5433


Business Listing   Midtown Paging & Clothing Outlet - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 432-4385


Business Listing   Mobile Solution The - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 869-1319


Business Listing   Nexgen - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 689-1030


Business Listing   Nextel - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 435-1009


Business Listing   Nextel - Local Sales Office- Nextel - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 862-6900


Business Listing   Nextel Service - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 465-2727


Business Listing   Pagemax - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 456-6971


Business Listing   Radioshack - Albany - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 456-3652


Business Listing   Shafiq Communications Inc - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 462-9619


Business Listing   Sprint - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 862-4614


Business Listing   Sprint - Sprint PCS Centers - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 862-9700


Business Listing   State Of The Art Communication - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 365-2000


Business Listing   Universal Connections - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 433-0990


Business Listing   Upstate Hometel - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 458-1155


Business Listing   Verizon Wireless - Communications Stores- Albany - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 862-6400


Business Listing   Verizon Wireless Local Sales - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 454-0008


Business Listing   Verizon Wireless Messaging Authorized Reseller - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 435-1481


Business Listing   Wireless for Less - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 463-2188


Business Listing   Wireless Solutions - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 456-6140


Business Listing   Your Call - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 458-8288


Business Listing   Your Call A Communications - Albany, NY - Phone: (518) 456-1034


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Helpful Definition for: Wireless Communications

Wireless communication in Albany may be used to transfer information over short distances (say, a few meters as in television remote control) or long distances (like thousands or millions of kilometers for radio communications). It includes various types of fixed, mobile and portable two-way radios, cellular telephones, personal digital assistants and wireless networking. Other examples of wireless technology include garage door openers, wireless computer mice, keyboards, and headsets, cordless telephones and satellite television. They permit services that are impossible to implement with the use of wires, such as a long range communication. These services use some form of energy like radio frequency, infrared light, laser light, visible light, acoustic energy, etc, to transfer information without the use of wires.


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