TEL

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AcronymDefinition
TELTelephone
TELTechnology-Enhanced Learning
TELTelugu (langauge)
TELTelegram
TELThe European Library
TELTerrorist Exclusion List
TELTokyo Electron Limited (Tokyo, Japan)
TELThèses En Ligne (French: Theses Online; internet archive)
TELTennessee Electronic Library (virtual library)
TELThurber Engineering Ltd. (Canada)
TELTelecommunication
TELTechnology Enhanced Learning
TELTexture Element
TELTetra-Ethyl Lead
TELTransporter-Erector-Launcher
TELTolled Express Lane (transportation)
TELTeacher Education Loan (Alaska)
TELTax and Expenditure Limitation
TELTotal Employee Leasing (Pensacola, FL)
TELTest of Economic Literacy
TELTevatron Electron Lens
TELTranslocation ETS Leukemia
TELTeam Deutsche Telekom (Tour de France cycling sponsor)
TELTransfert d'Energie Linéique (French: Linear Energy Transfer)
TELTerminal Equipment List
TELTalker Echo Loudness
TELTeneur en Eau Liquide (French)
TELTrailing Edge Left
TELTransportable Erector Launcher
TELTaupo Electricity Limited (New Zealand)
TELTest Equipment Listing
TELTransmission Electrical Length
TELTransportation Error Listing
TELTotal Exposure Limit
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About 50,000 officials are believed to have participated in the event, in which transporter-erector-launchers were detected among other weapons, according to the source.
'Additionally, in 2011, Wuhan Sanjiang transferred six off-road lumber transporter vehicles to North Korea, which North Korea subsequently converted into Transporter-Erector-Launchers (TELs) for use in its ballistic missile program,' it noted.
The report said satellite imagery released after Tuesday, a day after the April 15 celebrations of the 101st anniversary of the birth of late founder Kim Il Sung, showed that two additional mobile missile transporter-erector-launchers for short-range Scud missiles were moved to Wonsan and South Hamgyeong Province at its eastern coast, raising the number of such launchers in the eastern coastal areas to nine.
According to intelligence authorities, the North in early April moved two mid-range Musudan missiles to Wonsan, and placed seven mobile missile transporter-erector-launchers (TEL) in Wonsan and South Hamgyeong Province at its Eastern coast.
The source cited recent satellite images taken over North Korea showing that transporter-erector-launchers (TEL) have been deployed in South Hamgyeong province.
MAZ was, and possibly is, the world's largest manufacturer of TELs (Transporter-Erector-Launchers) for many of the world's mobile ballistic missiles, from the widely proliferated MAZ-543 used to carry and launch the Scud B through to the recent Topol M's impressive 8-axle TEL.
Following the parade, suspicions arose that the transporter-erector-launchers were Chinese-made.
But it said Iran has few transporter-erector-launchers (TELs), the trucks that carry and fire missiles.
According to satellite imagery, four or five more transporter-erector-launchers (TEL) were recently spotted in South Hamkyung Province, sparking speculation that the North may fire off missiles from several places, said Yonhap.
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