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Synonyms for cellphone

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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Covering 163 regional markets and all major cellular network infrastructure vendors this report/database tracks worldwide cellular network infrastructure contracts, in addition to assessing infrastructure vendor market share and providing predictions on future contracts for up to a five years period.
IP-Tube enables T1 connections over packet based wired, fiber, satellite, wireless and, now, next generation cellular networks.
According to the report, a major driver in the Global Cellular Network Infrastructure market is the high growth exhibited by the growth of the LTE Infrastructure segment.
VCC enables handover between WLAN packet access and macro circuit-switched cellular networks.
The new T1/E1 CEM, already validated in live cellular networks, supports up to four T1 or E1 lines and also includes an Ethernet interface.
Designed for electric, gas and water metering applications, the MARK-V PCS Data Recorder collects pulses from the meter and then transmits the data via CDMA digital cellular networks to the utility's data collection center.
com/research/6ef9f9/worldwide_cellular) has announced the addition of the "Worldwide Cellular Networks and Handsets Research Service" subscription to their offering.
Data communications provided through cellular networks gives business owners the capability to be in touch anywhere they have cell phone coverage and anytime that their mobile phones are on.
The Basics of Cellular is designed to provide an overview of the essential elements of cellular networks, from mobile phones to antennas to protocols in use in these systems today.
DiVitas Networks today announced that it is entering the enterprise communications market with a new class of unified mobile communications solutions that extends the reach of the enterprise by providing seamless roaming between WiFi and cellular networks.
PCTEL's Roaming Client-VE is an IMS-ready software client enabling ubiquitous communications over both Wi-Fi and traditional cellular networks.
Lucent's IP Multimedia Subsystem-based (IMS) network solution now includes PCTEL's client software for converged handsets to support roaming between Wi-Fi and cellular networks.
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