Definitions for "Digital European Cordless Telecommunications"
A wireless, short-term transmission standard used in Europe, often for cordless telephones and, potentially, for Net devices like smart home gateways.
A wireless standard for communications, operating at 1,88-1,9 GHz. The system is developed for high traffic rates and small cells. Applications are private, residential and business telephone and data transmissions.
A standard for point-to-point communications between a portable telecommunications device and a base station. Initially designed for wireless PABX (WPBX) applications, it has become a major general standard for cordless telecommunications in Europe.