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Is there any difference between "wireless communications device" and "wireless communication device"? Which one would be more appropriate in the following title:

Motion programming of spatial manipulator using wireless communication(s) device

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Both are used, but the singular commmunication as the attributive modifier is more common than the plural communications.

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