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CTNCarton
CTNClinical Trials Network (NIDA)
CTNCompagnie Tunisienne de Navigation (French: Tunisian Navigation Company; Tunisia)
CTNCoefficient de Température Négatif (French: Negative Temperature Coefficient)
CTNCartoon Network
CTNComité Technique National (French: National Technical Committee)
CTNCorporate Telecommunication Network
CTNCertification Test Network
CTNCódigo Tributário Nacional (Brazilian National Tax Code)
CTNCargo Tracking Note (shipping)
CTNChristian Television Network
CTNCentral Test Node
CTNCommunity Television Network
CTNCommission Technique Nationale (French: National Technical Commission)
CTNCanadian Technology Network
CTNConsumers' Telecommunications Network (Australia)
CTNCroatia Airlines (ICAO code)
CTNCon Tinta Negra (Spanish: With Black Ink; Chile)
CTNCambodian Television Network
CTNCentre des Technologies Nouvelles (French: New Technologies Center)
CTNCable Television Network
CTNComputer Technology News (publication)
CTNCan't Talk Now
CTNCréations et Techniques Nouvelles (French: Creations and New Techniques)
CTNCertified Traditional Naturopath
CTNCounter-Terrorism Network (various organizations)
CTNCanadian Television Network (before 1962)
CTNCentral de Trabajadores de Nicaragua (Spanish: Nicaraguan Workers' Central)
CTNCountercurrent Tank (separators)
CTNCommercial Technology Network (NASA)
CTNCryptologic Technician Networks (Navy rating)
CTNCALS Test Network
CTNChristian Therapists Network
CTNCharity Trustees Network
CTNCall to Needle Time (healthcare performance indicator; UK)
CTNCampus Television Network (University College Dublin student run TV channel)
CTNCoordinated Timing Network (IBM)
CTNCustomer Telephone Number
CTNCellular Telephone Network
CTNCertification Test Network (NASA)
CTNCo-Tangent
CTNCorporate Telecommunications Network
CTNCompensated Twisted-Nematic
CTNCase/Throat/Nozzle (rocket motor component)
CTNConsumer Trend News (online magazine)
CTNCritical Technologies Newsletter
CTNCertified Transplant Nurse
CTNCount-Transmission Number
CTNContactless Technology Network
CTNComposite Tactical Network
CTNComputerized Telephony Network
CTNCommercial Type Number
CTNChina Teanet
CTNCustomer Transaction Note
CTNCore Transmission Network
CTNContinuous Tone Negative(s)
CTNConfectionary, Tobacco and News (retail)
CTNComparable to None Entertainment (record label)
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Yoshihisa Okumura, a former leader of the mobile radio laboratory at then Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation (NTT Public Corporation) and currently professor emeritus at Kanazawa Institute of Technology, became the first Japanese individual to win the 2013 Charles Stark Draper Prize for pioneering contributions to the world's first cellular telephone networks, systems and standards.
The new cellular telephone network is planned to commence its commercial operations in 2001.
Millimeter-wave (MMW) point-to-point digital radios have been in production for several years and, due to the high demand of rapidly deployable cellular telephone networks, their market is growing worldwide.
Liberalization involves opening the door for private-sector competition in certain services, such as in developing a cellular telephone network.
The system uses the digital overhead channel of the cellular telephone network to provide real-time data on the Internet.
This technology reduces the cost of monitoring and control operations to a minimum by taking advantage of an under utilized portion of the existing cellular telephone network. There is no base station to install, no power to run and no FCC approval required.
"We discussed the book of conditions of the tender for the management of cellular telephone networks. The meeting was good and we have high hopes to reach a solution," Minister Harb said after the meeting.
Cellular telephone networks jammed with the flood of calls after the tremor.
Some argue that Wi-Fi and related consumer technologies hold the key to replacing cellular telephone networks such as GSM.
Doctors are also able to access medical information from almost anywhere due to the high speed wireless networks and extended cellular telephone networks bandwidth available in hospitals.
Prices for competing services, like high-speed data over cellular telephone networks, meanwhile, will drop only slightly over time as more users sign on.
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