What is communications engineering

Communication technology (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Hyphenation:
News | tech | technology, Plural: News | tech | niken
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈnaːχʀɪçtn̩ˌtɛçnɪk]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Engineering that deals with the ingestion, transmission and storage of information and its achievement (s)
Origin of the term:
Composition of nouns message and technology as well as the joint element-en
General terms:
1) Electrical engineering, engineering, structurally:technology
Application examples:
1) In the lecture and exercise "Signals and Systems" we learned the basics of Communications engineering.
1) “Through the modern Communications engineering everyone knows practically everything at the same time. "
1) “As one of the pioneers of mobile communications in Austria, the HTL graduate began for Communications engineering his career in basic planning for D-Netz and GSM. "
1) “Because, if it were so, that the respective ruling Communications technology control all understanding remotely, as Kittler puts it, then not only would we not be able to understand media. "
Word formations:
Communications engineer
Cases:
Nominative: singular Communications engineering; Plural Communications technology
Genitive: singular Communications engineering; Plural Communications technology
Dative: singular Communications engineering; Plural Communications technology
Accusative: singular Communications engineering; Plural Communications technology

Translations

  • English: telecommunications engineering
  • Turkish: telekomünikasyon mühendisliği

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Unknown people have entered the Fraunhofer Institute for Communications engineering in Berlin-Charlottenburg smeared with paint and damaged a pane.
Berliner Morgenpost, February 16, 2019

Unknown people have entered the Fraunhofer Institute for Communications engineering in Berlin-Charlottenburg smeared with paint and damaged a pane.
t-online, February 16, 2019

He loved music, but he devoted his professional life to electronics and music Communications engineering. Gerhard Compostella made a career at the Bundespost, as it was then still called, up to the position of Managing Director.
Mercury, December 05, 2018

And finally a graduate engineer for Communications engineering.
Tichy's insight, January 22, 2019

April the results of a study by the Heinrich Herz Institute for Communications engineering and Robert Koch Institute.
CHIP, April 01, 2020

These test cycles are supplied to the Berlin Fraunhofer Institute for Communications engineering more precise data for the system calibration.
24matins, April 1st, 2020

Plattner studied in Karlsruhe Communications engineering and then founded SAP in Walldorf with three partners.
SWR.de, February 17, 2020

As the group announced, employees have secret Bundeswehr planning documents from the area Communications engineering procured. The Munich public prosecutor's office has investigated the case.
BR-online, September 18, 2019

December a conversation in the State Chancellery, said the Communications engineer Jürgen Müller from Eckental (Erlangen-Höchstadt district).
t-online, November 12, 2019

Berlin - Professor Martin Schell, Head of the Fraunhofer Institute for Communications engineering, described Germany as the 'Albania of the Internet' in an interview with the Rhein-Zeitung on February 5, 2021.
Presseportal.de, February 8, 2021

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fork: Gabel (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular fork; Plural fork genitive: singular fork; Plural forks dative: singular fork; Plural forks accusative: ...

technology: ... 3G cellular technology, 4G cellular technology, LPWAN cellular technology, LTE technology), communications technology, network technology, nuclear technology, offshore technology, orthopedic technology, location technology ...

tape: ... it is placed tightly around the staves mountaineering over a cliff leading climbing route communications technology fixed, delimited frequency range plural ...

message: ... news satellite, news broadcast, news block, news anchor, messaging system, communications engineering, messaging, communication link ...


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