Cellular Radio seminar report, abstract

Cellular Radio Definition: A technology that uses radio signal based systems to transmit data and voice from one mobile network to another mobile network is called as  Cellular Radio.

Concept: All mobile phone operators are allocated certain frequencies. The operator then splits these frequencies across the city. For example, let us assume that the operator is assigned 200 frequencies. In order to use these frequencies, the operator divides the city into various grids. Each grid has a tower which can receive and transmit the assigned frequencies. The operator should position adjacent grids in an overlapping position.

The next step is to assign numbers to the subscriber. When, the subscriber inserts the SIM or the mobile card provided in his or her mobile phone, the phone will act as a radio and display the strength of the signal received. The closer you are to your operators grid , the better the strength of the signal.

  • Mobile phone users can easily move from one area to another.
  • Voice and data can be transmitted between two different carriers.
  • Mobile phone users are entirely dependent on the strength of the signal.
  • Congestion in the network is a very common occurrence.
  • Data transfer is dependent on the speed of the network.

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