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    • NAM: Number Assignment Module

      NAM: Number Assignment Module

      The NAM (Number Assignment Module) is the EPROM (Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) in a mobile telephone which holds information such as the MIN (or MDN) and SIDH.  The data fields stored in a phone’s NAM vary between the various mobile telephone specifications, such as AMPS/NAMPS, GSM, PCS, CMDA.  In modern networks, NAMs can be reprogrammed

    • Cell Phone Interceptors

      Cell Phone Interceptors

      Millions of people use monitoring systems and devices for several purposes. Monitoring systems and devices have been around for quite some time and are designed to increase the level of security and protection in facilities. Among the technologies that the cell phone industry created, the cell phone interceptor is what experts consider one of the

    • 3GP

      3GP

      3GP is the standard used today on the 3G mobile phones. It is distinguished in two different standards; the 3GPP, which is used on GSM-based phones and have the file extension, .3gp. There is also the 3GPP2, which is for CDMA-based phones, and have the file extension .3g2. These two standards are MPEG-4 and H.263

    • IS-95: CDMA

      IS-95: CDMA

      IS-95 is a standard for CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) Digital Cellular. Mobile Frequency Range Rx: 869-894; Tx: 824-849 Multiple Access Method CDMA/FDM Duplex Method FDD Number of Channels 20 (798 users per channel) Channel Spacing 1250kHz Modulation QPSK/OQPSK Channel Bit Rate 1.2288Mb How CDMA Works In a CDMA system, your encoded voice is digitized

    • How to Unlock a GoPhone

      How to Unlock a GoPhone

      GoPhone is the trademark used by AT&T/Cingular to market their pay as you go cell phones. Most customers will eventually want to switch to a more normal post-pay cell phone plan, and many of them will want to take their cell phones with them. Unfortunately, the GoPhones are "subsidy locked." This means that the GoPhones

    • How Mobile Phones Are Dangerous to Health

      How Mobile Phones Are Dangerous to Health

      Since the number of cell phone users has continued to increase to more than six billion subscriptions at the turn of the decade, a common question that continues to get asked is how dangerous are mobile phones to one’s health? This question has continued to be asked over the past several decades since mobile phones

    • Cell Phone Frequencies

      Cell Phone Frequencies

      Cell phone frequencies are the frequency ranges within the Ultra High Frequency (UHF) band that are designated for cell phone use. Bluetooth devices, wireless networks, and television signals also use this frequency band. Although cellular phone systems divide cities and geographic areas into smaller cells of coverage, it allows for a fair amount of frequency

    • Text Message Shortcuts

      Text Message Shortcuts

      Most people send text messages from the very small keypads on their mobile phones, and most people who receive text message messages read them on the tiny screens of their mobile phones. Because of those considerations, and because many service providers limit text messages 160 characters in length, most people who use text messages learn

    • GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications)

      GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications)

      The Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) system is a widely deployed digital mobile telephony standard that is deployed throughout Europe and other locations around the globe. The GSM standard leverages a variant of TDMA (time division multiple access) and is the most deployed of the three competing legacy digital wireless technologies on the market

    • Types of Mobile Telephone Systems

      Types of Mobile Telephone Systems

      The main mobile telephone systems in the last twenty five years have been: YearMobile Telephone System 1981 Nordic Mobile Telephone (NMT) 1983 Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) 1985 Total Access Communication Systems (TACS) 1986 Nordic Mobile Telephony (NMT) 1991 American Digital Cellular (ADC) 1991 Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) 1992 Digital Cellular System (DCS)

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