mobile phone

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a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver

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The first goal of the described study is to make children (including teenagers) be aware of possible social consequences of their misuse of ICT, in particular, of the cell telephones and the Internet.
Using the electric field strength in tissue corresponding to a specific absorption rate (SAR) of 2 W/kg, which is the maximum level allowed for cell telephones (averaged over 10 g of tissue), we can estimate the associated internal electric field to be ~ 45 V/m at 1 GHz.
untapped environments in a similar way that cell telephones have
To announce critical events, the system will be enhanced to automatically alert users via cell telephones, pagers, email, etc.
According to a report by the Israeli business magazine Globes, the new platform will facilitate the reception of a variety of mobile services through cell telephones, PDAs, and other devices.
Today, the sky buzzes with the signals of cell telephones, television and radio broadcasts, military radar, air-traffic-control chatter, and satellites involved in communications, navigation, and meteorology.
The Company's newly-signed agreement with UnityVoice will consist of a unique 32 feature VoIP package including a "Follow Me Line Call Transfer," that tracks subscribers down at home, office or their cell telephones and announces the name of the caller, as well as the assignment of a private 800 number, a toll-free, never-busy number which requires no activation/set-up fee and no extra equipment.