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Conference operation

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  • Conference operation — In a communications network, a conference operation is an operation that allows a call to be established among three or more stations in such a manner that each of the stations is able to communicate directly with all the other stations. In radio …   Wikipedia

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  • Operation Anadyr — For other uses, see Anadyr (disambiguation). Operation Anadyr Date 1962 Location Cuba Result Cuban Missile Crisis …   Wikipedia

  • Operation Unthinkable — Territory of the western Allies (blue) and Soviet Union and its allies (red) in September 1945.[citation needed] …   Wikipedia

  • Operation Forager — Opération Forager Opération Forager L objectif de Forager : les îles Mariannes …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Opération Forager — L objectif de Forager : les îles Mariannes. Informations générales Date 15 juin au 10 août 1944 Lieu Océan Pacifi …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Operation Rainbow (2004) — Operation Rainbow Part of the 2004 Israel–Gaza conflict Date May 18–23, 2004 Location Gaza Strip Result …   Wikipedia


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