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'''Universal Mobile Telecommunications System''' ('''UMTS''') is
 
'''Universal Mobile Telecommunications System''' ('''UMTS''') is
   
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{{Quote|a third-generation ([[3G]]) [[broadband]], [[packet]]-based [[transmission]] of [[text]], [[digitized]] [[voice]], [[video]], and [[multimedia]] at [[data rate]]s up to 2 [[megabits per second]] ([[Mbps]]). UMTS offers a consistent set of services to [[mobile]] [[computer]] and [[phone]] [[user]]s, no matter where they are located in the world. UMTS is based on the [[Global System for Mobile Communications|Global System for Mobile (GSM) communication]] [[standard]]. It is also endorsed by major [[standard]]s bodies and manufacturers as the planned [[standard]] for [[mobile user]]s around the world. Once UMTS is fully available, [[computer]] and [[phone]] [[user]]s can be constantly attached to the [[Internet]] wherever they travel and, as they [[roam]], will have the same set of capabilities. [[User]]s will have [[access]] through a combination of [[terrestrial]] [[wireless]] and [[satellite]] [[transmission]]s.<ref>[[Smart Grid Information Clearinghouse]], "Acronyms" ([http://www.sgiclearinghouse.org/Acronyms full-text]).</ref>}}
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{{Quote|a third-generation ([[3G]]) [[broadband]], [[packet]]-based [[transmission]] of [[text]], [[digitized]] [[voice]], [[video]], and [[multimedia]] at [[data rate]]s up to 2 [[megabits per second]] ([[Mbps]]). UMTS offers a consistent set of services to [[mobile]] [[computer]] and [[phone]] [[user]]s, no matter where they are located in the world. UMTS is based on the [[Global System for Mobile Communication|Global System for Mobile (GSM) communication]] [[standard]]. It is also endorsed by major [[standard]]s bodies and manufacturers as the planned [[standard]] for [[mobile user]]s around the world. Once UMTS is fully available, [[computer]] and [[phone]] [[user]]s can be constantly attached to the [[Internet]] wherever they travel and, as they [[roam]], will have the same set of capabilities. [[User]]s will have [[access]] through a combination of [[terrestrial]] [[wireless]] and [[satellite]] [[transmission]]s.<ref>[[Smart Grid Information Clearinghouse]], "Acronyms" ([http://www.sgiclearinghouse.org/Acronyms full-text]).</ref>}}
   
 
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