Re: Telecoms and translations

Subject: Re: Telecoms and translations
From: "Mason, Catheryn" <CMason -at- INFINITEC-COM -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 5 Mar 1999 09:36:21 -0600

Adam says: "I'm reasonably new to CT, and
am not familiar with all the terminology involved...I don't have
a problem with French, but I do have a
problem with CT terminology in French which I often just cannot
I'm sure there are a few CT experts out there who can tell me
about an
online service for CT translations in French or other languages,
or just an
English CT glossary where I can check if my hunches are correct."

Sorry, I don't know about terminology translation sources, but if you
don't already have a copy of Newton's Telecom Dictionary it may be
helpful to you to get it. I began working in the telecom industry only
a year ago, and this has been a good resource for me. It's published in
English and can at least familiarize you with some terminology. I think
you can get this on-line from, but I'm not 100% sure of that.
Look for: Newton's Telecom Dictionary: The Official Dictionary of
Telecommunications, by Harry Newton. ISBN:1-57820-023-7. The author also
has a Web site:, so that may be of use. I have the
14th edition, published March 1998. Good luck finding the resources you

Catheryn Mason, Technical Writer
Infinitec Communications
cmason -at- infinitec-com -dot- com

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