Definition of 'wireless'
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What about smart meters and some wireless technology that addresses this area? Computing (2010)It has been chosen to trial the next generation of the wireless technology. The Sun (2016)At the edge of the network, wireless access is becoming an expected feature. Computing (2010)Advances in Bluetooth tech have wireless headphones fast coming down in price. The Sun (2017)The last wireless technology we’re looking at is Wi-Fi Direct. Computing (2010)Hundreds of millions of pounds are to be made available to make Britain a pioneer in 5G wireless technology. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It found that 65 per cent of large European companies used the same security measures for wired and wireless networks. Computing (2010)Why worry about the limits of technology when the city is covered by a wireless network? Times, Sunday Times (2009)We have provided technology survival kits which included power chargers and wireless headphones. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pair this with the wireless controller and you have a portable powerhouse. The Sun (2014)It was easy to use and always found a wireless connection. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Your internet service provider or wireless router manufacturer should provide instructions. The Sun (2012)There are plans too for a public wireless charging network. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These wireless headphones are comfortable and secure to wear when training and deliver great sound to boot. The Sun (2015)AThe wireless connection is probably a red herring. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Since then neither the printer nor wireless internet router appeared to be working. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The premise of wireless headphones is a seductive one. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many people have a wireless router in the corner of the room. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The wireless router was set so that it would not automatically detect devices trying to connect to it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The meters monitor energy consumption as it is used and send the information directly to suppliers over wireless networks. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Hotels that charge a couple of hundred quid a night for a room should throw in the wireless connection. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some modern vehicles have become vulnerable to remote attacks because they are fitted with wireless internet systems that give hackers an entry point. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Nobody had sold the Japanese any wireless equipment. SIGNOR MARCONI'S MAGIC BOX: The invention that sparked the radio revolution (2003)The device is considerably smaller than existing models, more discreet and uses wireless and touchscreen technology. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When not playing the organ, his hobby was collecting wireless sets. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The second approach uses an app and plug-in devices or wireless controllers installed next to the equipment. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Both were returning home after exploring the possibility of establishing their wireless systems in Britain. SIGNOR MARCONI'S MAGIC BOX: The invention that sparked the radio revolution (2003)THE number of people using wireless is set to surpass those using landline telephones next year. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The company was uninterested in advancing wireless technology -- it was in business to fleece the public with empty promises of future profits. SIGNOR MARCONI'S MAGIC BOX: The invention that sparked the radio revolution (2003)Although wireless charging technology has been around for a few years, researchers have struggled to extend its effective range beyond a few centimetres. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most households had to make do with radio - or wireless, as it was known. The Sun (2008)The popular gaming system uses wireless technology to detect its users' movements in 3-D. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'wireless'
British English: wireless ADJECTIVE
Wireless technology uses radio waves rather than electricity and therefore does not require any wires.
...the fast-growing wireless communication market.
Definition of wireless from the Collins English Dictionary
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