Cellular Telephone

  • (noun): A hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections (cells), each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver.
    Synonyms: cellular phone, cellphone, cell, mobile phone

Some articles on telephone, cellular telephone, cellular:

Audrain County, Missouri - Emergency Services - Audrain County E-911 Joint Communications
... specifically responsible for receiving incoming 9-1-1 emergency telephone calls, and dispatching the appropriate personnel receiving other non-emergency telephone calls and dispatching, routing, or messaging those ... This upgrade included new 9-1-1 equipment and a new telephone and radio voice recorder ... dispatchers have quicker access to a caller's telephone and address data and it introduced a mapping system to automatically plot emergency calls on a map, allowing for a faster response ...
Oligopoly - Examples - United States
... (AT T Mobility, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint Nextel) control 89% of the cellular telephone service market ... This is not to be confused with cellular telephone manufacturing, an integral portion of the cellular telephone market as a whole ...
Communications In The British Virgin Islands - Deregulation of The Telephone Market
... the British Virgin Islands government undertook a deregulation of the telephone industry ... countries, Cable Wireless (Caribbean) had a statutory monopoly on telephone and other electronic communications services ... which had previously provided radio boatphones to tourists on charter boats, expanded into cellular (mobile) telecommunications for land-based users ...
Douglas H. Ring
... The history of cellular phone technology began on December 11, 1947 with an internal memo written by Douglas H ... Ring in which he proposed development of a cellular telephone system by AT T ... Martin Cooper of Motorola is considered the inventor of the first handheld cellular telephone and the first person to demonstrate to reporters a handheld ...

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