Short for base transceiver station. In mobile communications, a BTS holds the radio transceivers that define a cell and coordinates the radio-link protocols with the mobile device. The BTS is the networking component of a mobile communications system from which all signals are sent and received. A BTS is controlled by a base station controller.
A BTS is also called a base station (BS) and is commonly referred to as a “cell phone tower.”
BTX, acronym for Balanced Technology Extended is an interface specification that provides a common, flexible foundation, based on standards that can be used to build innovative desktop systems. The BTX specification provides new tools and design space for developers to lay out desktop systems, whether designing small, compact systems or very large, expandable systems. BTX […]
Short for Basic Telephony Extended Markup Language, a scripting language and system that allows for enhanced control of IP phones. It provides an application infrastructure for IP telephony, independent of protocol and terminal. BTXML is based on the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) standard but is tailored to the needs of telephone handsets.
Short for BlueTooth Universal Serial Bus. It is a wireless USB adapter designed specifically to plug into any available Universal Serial Bus (USB) port connecting to a desktop or laptop PC. It allows you to make short-range wireless connections between Bluetooth devices such as cellular phones, personal digital assistants, desktop and notebook computers.
On eBay, eBay alternatives, and classified ad Web sites, BWI is an abbreviation for boxed with instructions. This abbreviation is used by the seller to indicate that the item for sale comes with the original manufacturer’s packaging and papers.
Short for business Web transaction processing. Compared to OLTP, which describes an individual’s business activities on the Internet, BWTP defines how businesses interact and coordinate their services over the Web.