What is a cellular network
Cellular network (German)
Part of speech: noun, (neuter)Hyphenation:
- Mo | bil | radio | network, Plural: Mo | bil | radio | networks | ze
- IPA: [moˈbiːlfʊŋkˌnɛt͡s]
- 1) technology Set of technical devices that are required for the transmission of signals for mobile communications
- Determinative compound from nouns Cellular and network
- 1) Cell phone network
- 1) landline
- 1) Telecommunication network, communication network, network
- 1) 2G network (GSM network), 2.5G network (GPRS network), 3G network (UMTS network), 4G network (LTE network), 4.5G network, 5G network
- 1) “His company I-New, based in Mattersburg in Burgenland, supplies technology with which the subtenants in Cellular networks, So so-called virtual network providers who can access the rented infrastructure. "
- 1) “Hackers have a serious vulnerability in the Cellular network discovered. "
- 1) “93 percent of the area of Africa is covered by Cellular network covered, also in Burkina Faso. "
- Cellular network operator
- Nominative: singular Cellular network; Plural Cellular networks
- Genitive: singular Cellular network; Plural Cellular networks
- Dative: singular Cellular network; Plural Cellular networks
- Accusative: singular Cellular network; Plural Cellular networks
- English: 1) cellular network
- Norwegian: 1) mobilnett (neuter)
- Turkish: 1) hücresel ağ
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„The provider Vodafone builds a mast for fast Cellular network in the prince city.“
Moz.de, July 9, 2019
„The last dead spots in Hessian Cellular network should have disappeared by 2020.“
Frankfurter Neue Presse, September 28, 2018
„The last dead spots in Hesse should be by 2020 Cellular network to have disappeared.“
Frankfurter Rundschau online, September 28, 2018
„The German Cellular network has the reputation of being one of the poorest in Europe. An international comparison shows how holey it is.“
3sat.de, February 26, 2019
„The trend to give up the domestic connection will increase with the speed Cellular network amplify. And that could be a problem.“
Bernerzeitung.ch, February 12, 2019
„Deutsche Telekom has a painful loophole in the Cellular network closed.“
Computer Week, September 16, 2020
„in the Cellular network Telekom has had disruptions since last night.“
dradio.de, June 16, 2020
„In Germany the LTE worksCellular network passable. But you have to set goals: Nokia was awarded the contract by NASA, a modern one Cellular network to build on the earth's satellite.“
Deutsche Welle, October 19, 2020
„Where do you get Vodafone LTE or even 5G? How fast is that Cellular network of the provider and where is it being expanded? We'll show you the most important information about the VodafoneCellular network and the network coverage.“
Inside-Handy.de, July 23, 2020
„Nokia is supposed to be on the moon on behalf of NASA Cellular network set up. This should also enable larger amounts of data to be exchanged.“
Handelsblatt.com, October 19, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- Radio access network
- Cell phone network
Another word (synonym) for cellular network - source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary containing "cellular network":
SMS: ... 1) Telecommunication service for the transmission of short text messages 2) A short message sent over the cellular network by the service mentioned in 1) Origin of the term: ...
future: ... doctors, tasks, observations, energy supply, ex-girlfriend, generation, services, cellular networks, cellular technologies, usage, processors, strategy, supply ...
landline: System of telephone connections established by cables and wires Origin of the term: determinative compound, composed of the adjective fixed and the noun network Opposite words: 1) Mobile network application examples: 1) Telephone calls over the fixed network are usually cheaper
Railroad train: I was still able to reach my parents in Germany via mobile phone and tell them that we were doing well, then the cellular network also collapsed. "
Cellular operator: ... plural: [moˈbiːlfʊŋkbəˌtʀaɪ̯bɐ] Meaning of the word / definition: 1) Company that operates a cellular network Origin of the term: determinative compound, composed of ...
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Cellular networks (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Subsidiary Forms: Dative Singular: Mobilfunknetz Hyphenation:
Cellular networks (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Mo | bil | funk | net | zen Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
Cellular network (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Mo | bil | funk | net | zes Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
Mobile communications (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Mobilfunkes Hyphenation: Mo | bil | funks Pronunciation / Emphasis:…
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Furniture (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Mo | bi | li | a | re Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [mobiˈli̯aːʀə]…
Furniture (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Mo | bi | li | a | ren Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
Furniture (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Mo | bi | li | ars Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [mobiˈli̯aːɐ̯s]…
Movables (German) Part of speech: noun Cases: nominative: singular -; Plural chattels genitive: singular -; Majority of movables ...
mobilization (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular mobilization; Plural mobilizations genitive: ...
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