femtocell
 n.— «RadioFrame Networks of Redmond has been at the forefront of this development, working since 1999 on building a miniature cell site—what’s called a femtocell—that plugs into a consumer’s home broadband network to create a strong signal within a home.» —“Cell phones Want to come in” by Tricia Duryee in Seattle, Washington Orlando Sentinel (Florida) May 27, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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