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cellular radio

n
(Broadcasting) radio communication based on a network of transmitters each serving a small area known as a cell: used in personal communications systems in which the mobile receiver switches frequencies automatically as it passes from one cell to another
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In parallel, Syniverse's Evolved Packet Core is a framework for LTE networks that do the heavy lifting involved with cellular radio transmissions and enables the gateways, mobility management systems and databases to allow users to connect to specific networks.
C-V2X is designed to leverage future improvements in cellular radio technology based on standards set by the globally recognised 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).
With normal usage which entailed tracking a 30-45 minute long bike ride, the watch's cellular radio turned off 90 percent of the time, I was still getting about 2/2.5 days of use.
Base stations refer to the cellular radio equipment that run on specific frequencies, such as 700 megahertz, 1800 MHz or 2100 MHz, while cell sites are the towers or structures that house several of these base stations.
Base stations refer to the cellular radio equipment that run on specific frequencies, such as 700 MHz, 1800 MHz or 2100 MHz, while cell sites are the towers or structures that house several of these base stations.
In addition to its content streaming ability, the product also offers an onboard cellular radio that enables data transmission of credit card transactions and data analytics in flight, which is ideal for regional aircraft operators.
The government would not allocate spectrum to realize the engineers' vision of "cellular radio" until 1982, and licenses authorizing the service would not be fully distributed for another seven years.
Other highlights include MIMO technology for extensive indoor throughput and coverage from its Cisco CCXv4 certified 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi radio; 3G/4G cellular radio for outdoor voice and data communication; an IP67 rating; and a 6-foot drop to concrete rating with a rubber boot for additional protection.
Other highlights include MIMO technology for extensive indoor throughput and coverage from its Cisco CCXv4 certified 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi radio; 3G/4G cellular radio for outdoor voice and data communication; an IP67 rating; and a 6-foot drop to concrete rating with a rubber boot for additional protection.
external cellular radio device simplifies installation, configuration and set-up, while improving operational efficiency and reliability.

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