cellular network

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cellular network

A communications system that transmits and receives within a geographic radius known as a "cell." A cellular network comprises many cells, and a single cell can span an area as small as a hundred yards within a congested city or as large as 20 miles or more in flat rural areas. As people travel from one cell to another, the voice or data session migrates automatically to the next cell. See cellphone and cellular generations.
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The moon may be the last place to create a cell network considering its lack of residents, but plans have been laid out to install a 4G network in 2019.
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SpiderCloud Wireless develops breakthrough, small cell network platforms that allow mobile operators to deliver unprecedented cellular coverage, capacity and smart applications to enterprises.
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This is the first time that a white paper has been released in the industry concerning the small cell network service openness.
They manage the demands of the surrounding area in which they are deployed, so in this instance can handle interference from the outdoor macro network ensuring that all subscribers remain on the dedicated indoor small cell network, even when near the edge of the building.
Wireless Infastructure Group wants to install a state-of-the-art small cell network on the city's streetlights - which will provide faster data speeds to mobile users.
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Many of these same phones also support Wi-Fi, which does not require the use of the cell network data plan.
According to SFCC, the FTA funding will support the development of a professional fuel cell network, the start-up of three southern fuel cell demonstration projects this year and a national fuel cell conference in 2006.