GSM

Global System for Mobile communications, a digital cellular system found in almost all of Europe, parts of Asia, and parts of North America. GSM is a system developed by the Swedish firm Ericsson, one of the world's largest makers of wireless phones. AT&T and T-Mobile use GSM in North America (but on different frequencies than European GSM). See CD
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GSM

Global System for Mobile communications / Grams per square metre, details ...
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gsm

Abbreviation for grams per square metre. This indicates the weight of paper or other stock. For example; A typical photocopier paper would be 80 gsm - a good letterhead paper might be 100 gsm - a postcard would be about 250 gsm.
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GSM

Global Shared Memory + Global System for Mobile-Communications (network)
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GSM

Global System for Mobile Communications. A Second Generation world standard for digital cellular networks (formerly Groupe Speciale Mobile). GSM network components are - MS (mobile station, the GSM phone, consisting of ME and SIM), BTS (base station), BSC / BSS, MSC (mobile switching centre, the mobile telephone exchange), HLR (home location re
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GSM

Global System for Mobile communication
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GSM

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Global System for Mobile Telecommunications. Standard for the transfer of data by mobile phone.
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GSM

Global System for Mobile communications - a non-voice data service for the mobile telephone network. Predates GPRS and currently enjoys more than 71% of the world mobile non-voice market.
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GSM

(In topic `Mobile Internet`) GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) is a TDM-based mobile communications system adopted by almost all of the wireless operators in Europe & the Middle East. Originally defined as a pan-European open standard to support voice, data, text messaging and cross border roaming, it has become one world`s main 2G digi
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GSM

Paper weight is measured in grams per square metre.
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GSM

Global System for Mobile communications, the most widely used digital mobile phone system and the de facto wireless telephone standard in Europe. Originally defined as a pan-European open standard for a digital cellular telephone network to support voice, data, text messaging and cross-border roaming. GSM is now one of the world's main 2G digital w
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GSM

Global Standard for Mobile Telephony
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GSM

Grammes per square metre - a way of specifying the weight of paper. Typically office paper will be 80 to 100 gsm
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GSM

Global System for Mobile Communications; is the most popular standard for mobile phones in the world.
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GSM

Grams per square metre. The unit of measurement for paper weight.
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GSM

group special mobile
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GSM

Global System for Mobile communications, the second generation digital technology originally developed for Europe but which now has in excess of 71 per cent of the world market. Initially developed for operation in the 900MHz band and subsequently modified for the 850, 1800 and 1900MHz bands. GSM originally stood for Groupe Speciale Mobile, the CEP
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GSM

Group Special Mobile. A digital cellular technology for providing voice quality communications. Sometimes referred to as 2G.
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GSM

Global Standard for Mobile, a digital communications standard for cellphones used in over 60 countries.
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GSM

Global Standard for Mobile communications; a digital mobile phone standard and the de facto standard used in Europe. It is implemented on 800, 900, 1800 and 1900MHZ frequency bands. The most common frequency used is 900MHZ, followed by 1800MHZ.
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GSM

GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications, originally Groupe Spécial Mobile), is a standard set developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) to describe technologies for second generation (2G) digital cellular networks. Developed as a replacement for first generation (1G) analog cellular networks, the GSM standard or
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gsm

a common but non-standard symbol for grams per square meter (g/m2), the metric unit of density for paper and for fabric. Paper density measured in this unit is often called grammage.
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GSM

The Global Standard for Mobile communications is a digital standard used by mobile networks across the globe. The most common frequency used is 900mhz, followed by 1800mhz. In the Americas, 1900mhz and 850mhz are also used. These bandings are what is referred to by single, dual, tri or quad band phones. A quad band phone will operate on any of the
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GSM

Designation for the three Rhone varietals Grenache, Shiraz (Syrah) and Mourvedre blended red wines that are popular in Australia. Preference is given to using a very old vines. They are also called "Australian Chateauneuf-du-Pape called ".
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GSM

Weight expressed in grams per square meter.
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