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AMPS

(Advanced Mobile Phone Service) The primary analog cellular mobile phone system deployed in North and South America and more than 35 other countries. It used FDMA transmission in the 800 Mhz band. The first AMPS system in the U.S. was deployed in Chicago in 1983. See N-AMPS, NMT and TACS.
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The market for Aspire's Sleep Mode Controller includes all analog cellular systems that use the Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) standard that is universal throughout North and South America.
CDPD works within the existing Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) cellular infrastructure, making it easily deployable.
The analog cellular service employs Advanced Mobile Phone System ("AMPS") technology, a widely-used analog system developed in the United States.
The initial phase of the multi-year contract will replace the current Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) and U.

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