A small, portable radio-telephone having access to a cellular radio system.
A telephone, not attached to a jack point, with a range of up to 100 metres.
The production of an exact copy of a document, etc by electronic scanning and transmission of the resulting data. A machine for transmitting or receiving these. A message sent or received in this way.
An international computer network linking computers from educational institutions, government agencies, industries and individuals, etc.
Use of this category is discretionary. The use of a category capturing don't know responses is most applicable to household surveys where don't know may be a legitimate response to certain questions.
This category is only used when it is known that the respondent has purposefully chosen not to respond to the question. Use of this residual category in processing is optional. Its use is most applicable in face–to–face or telephone interviews, but may be used in self–completed questionnaires if the respondent has clearly indicated they refuse or object to answering the question.
Use of this category is discretionary. It is only used for questions that allow multiple responses. It is used when a respondent has given two responses that have the same code. This may be two written responses, or one tick box response and one written response. For example, someone may tick the English language tick box response option and also write 'English' in the blank space.
This category is used when there is a response given, but:
This category is used for responses that are positively identified (ie the meaning and the intent are clear) but which clearly fall outside the scope of the classification/topic as defined in the standard.
This category is only used where a respondent has not given any response to the question asked, ie it is solely for non-response.