BTSS

AcronymDefinition
BTSSBirmingham Trainee Solicitors Society (Birmingham, UK)
BTSSBig Things Start Small
BTSSBeyond the Solar System (various organizations)
BTSSBeyond the Sixth Seal (band)
BTSSBirth to School Study (Peers Early Education Partnership; UK)
BTSSBusiness and Technology Solutions and Services
BTSSBeneath the Scarlet Sand (band)
BTSSBlack Tower Security Services Ltd.
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In Indonesia, while BTSs are proliferating as mobile phones come rapidly into widespread use, many BTSs lack access to commercial-use power service and are subject to power outages.
Conversely maximum transmitter power effectively allows mobile at distance to access the BTS, at the cost of producing interference on those BTSs using the same frequency [5].
The results revealed that power level of radio waves of all BTSs surveyed is much below the prescribed danger limits and in line with the policy directives of Ministry of IT and Telecom, WHO and ICNIRP guidelines.
Paul Worsnip, BTSS In-coming chair, Anthony Collins; and Malcolm Peebles, BTSS Outgoing Chair, Gateley.
The BTSS and their sponsors were delighted to welcome as their guests Diane Benussi the Vice President of the Birmingham Law Society and Naomi Jones-Owen of Birmingham Future.
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) along with Frequency Allocation Board (FAB) recently conducted an extensive survey in Pakistan and Azad Kashmir with the help of special equipment to check the emission of power level from transmitters andreceivers of Base Transceiver Stations (BTSs) towers installed by cellular mobile companies.
Resultantly, a total of 43 BSCs and 2,239 BTSs have been restored so far while the remaining sites are being accessed by the technical teams and would be restored at the earliest, the statement informed.
IS-95 specifies that all BTSs must be within [+ or -]10 [[micro]seconds] of GPS time, but does not require the use of GPS to provide the time reference.
Nick Fear, BCL Legal; Malcolm Peebles, BTSS chairman and Gateley; Chantel Gallagher, BCL Legal.
In an official statement, the department of Telecomm said, "11 BTSs (Base Tower Stations) of Reliance Communications, TTML, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea Cellular, Aircel and Loop Telecom were found radiating beyond permissible limits of the new radiation norms when measurements were carried out in some houses facing the nearby BTS antenna.