cellular mobile radio


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cellular mobile radio

[′sel·yə·lər ′mō·bəl ′rād·ē·ō]
(communications)
A system that serves portable and mobile radio receivers in which the service area is subdivided into multiple cells or zones, and unique radio channel frequencies are assigned to each cell.
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In the late '70s, he participated in pioneering studies of cellular mobile radio.
While this activity was taking place in Canada, the United States was also preparing for the new cellular technology, with the FCC setting aside 40 MHz in the 800 MHz band cellular mobile radio.
They invented the transistor, laser, digital computer, silicon solar cells, and cellular mobile radio.

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