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Cellular Network

many parents believe that allowing handphones in schools would only widen the disparity between the haves and the have-nots among students. Handphones come in a variety of shapes, colours and function:from generic ones to highly... 2) Beginning-Cellular phones are becoming increasingly common in high schools, middle schools and even grade schools. Cell phone use in school is often considered a problem by parents and teachers, prompting many schools to ban cell phone use completely. While there are...

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Advantages and Disadvantages Between a Cellular Network and Land Line Network

and disadvantages of both a cellular network and landline network in an enterprise environment. Both offer great advantages and both have their disadvantages. However, most organizations use both due to the fast paced, technologically advanced society we live in today. As stated above, most companies use both landlines and cellular networks. The reason for this is because of the flexibility this configuration offers. They get the reliability of the landline network and the mobility and functionality...

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Cellular Network and Explain Frequency Reuse

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION QUESTION BANK IV ECE UNIT I SERVICES AND TECHNICAL CHALLENGES Part-A 1. Give any four examples of wireless communication systems. 2. What is a base station? 3. List any four advantages of third generation (3G) mobile networks. 4. Define co channel cells. 5. What are the reasons for choosing Hexagonal cells? 6. Define footprint 7. Define Frequency Reuse 8. What are the advantages of micro cell zone concept? 9. Define cluster. 10. Write the objectives of channel...

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Cellular Radio, Isdn Networks and Satellite Communications

Introduction In describing Cellular Radio, ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) and Satellite Communications we must first have a general understanding of the meaning of these forms of Telecommunications. After a brief explanation of the different forms, they will be described in more detail. Then the present and future roles in Irish Telecommunications will be looked at and some examples given. This will then lead to the conclusion. 1. What is Cellular Radio? Cellular Radio is the use of...

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Data on Fixed Lines vs Cellular

of having a purely fixed line network vs. a purely cellular network. When making this decision there are several things to consider, the most important is what this network is going to be used for. I am going to first go over the fixed line network then follow up with the cellular network. At the end of this paper I will do a recommendation to a new company that wants to open up a Skype- style service as to whether they should use a fixed line or a cellular network. Fixed line telephones...

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Cellular Phone Companies

Wireless (*Est. $40 per month and up) "the Cadillac of cellular." Reviewers agree it is easily the best cell phone service money can buy. But like a Cadillac, it doesn't come cheap, and Verizon Wireless's customer service has managed to infuriate many customers and some prominent critics. If you're one of the furious -- or you just want to save some money on your cell phone bill -- reviewers recommend checking out regional carrier U.S. Cellular (*Est. $30 per month and up), discussed below. Related...

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Architecture of the GSM network

GSM -> Architecture Architecture of the GSM network MobileStation BaseStationSubsystem Network Subsystem Following is the simple architecture diagram of GSM Network. [pic] A GSM network is composed of several functional entities, whose functions and interfaces are defined. Figure 1 shows the layout of a generic GSM network.  The GSM network can be divided into three broad parts. The Mobile Station is carried by the subscriber, the Base Station Subsystem controls...

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NT1310: Week 1 Data on Fixed Line vs. Cellular Debate

Wired Viruses Cellular Networks While the majority of end user these days have hand held cellular devices, many of them think it ends there. Most cellular calls still end up utilizing the fixed wires that have been installed worldwide. While cellular coverage can degrade and is even non-existent in some areas of the United States, the copper cables and fiber that have been installed since the late over the last century plus are there to pick up these users. When first thinking of fixed line...

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Wireless Networks

Propagation: Large-Scale Path Loss 1. (a) Explain the advantages and disadvantages of the 2-ray ground reflection model in the analysis of path loss. (b) What insight does the 2-ray model provide about large-scale path loss that was disregarded when cellular systems used very large cells? 2 .In a 2-ray ground reflected model, assume that must be kept below 6.261 radians for phase cancellation reasons. Assuming a receiver height of 2 m, and given a requirement that be less than 50 , what are the minimum...

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Security in Mobile Networks

Security in Mobile Peer To Peer Networks Group 9 Erik Andersson Mohammad Umer Zia Amir Tirdad Chalmers University of Technology Security in Mobile Peer To Peer Networks Introduction A network that allows two wireless devices to communicate with the help of other wireless devices that lie within range of each other. Challenges Lack of resources The absence of a central node High mobility Different devices and platforms Leads to Key distribution problem Coping with attacks What model...

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