Definition of datacomms in English:

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datacomms

Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪtəkɒmz/

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(also datacoms)

plural noun

Data communications: datacomms in digital or conventional analogue systems [as modifier]: datacomms software
More example sentences
  • Suitable for use in telecoms and datacoms applications and handheld devices such as MP3 players, PDAs, digital cameras and cellphones, the connectors incorporate a card retention mechanism for additional security.
  • The silica planar chips now under production at Kymata will form the core of the telecoms and datacoms networks of the future - a market soon be worth almost $25 bn.
  • The company is also developing materials for optical backplanes, which allow system boards in telecoms and datacoms networks to be linked with optical connections.

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