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    • Cell Phone Jammer

      Cell Phone Jammer

      With so many people using cell phones these days, one of the devices that have popped- up on the market are cell phone jammers. Be advised that cell phone jammers are usually black market devices, since using them is illegal in most municipalities. However, for those that are tired of hearing endless cell phone conversations

    • Pay as You Go Cell Phones

      Pay as You Go Cell Phones

      Sometimes called pre paid or prepay cell phone plans, Pay as You Go Cell Phones are usually used in specific types of mobile phone calling plans. Unlike standard mobile phone calling plans that charge a set monthly fee for a specific amount of calls, pay as you go cell phone calling plans only require the

    • 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

    • Mobile Software

      Mobile Software

      Mobile software refers to software that can be stored and executed on a mobile device such as a cell phone, PDA, smart phone, or similar device. Mobile software can range in its capabilities as some simply change the virtual appearance of the device while others provide important features such as menu layouts and password protection.

    • Forward and Reverse Channels

      Forward and Reverse Channels

      Forward and reverse channels refer to a number of frequencies that are used by a telecommunications broadcast system in order for a telephone tower and a cellular telephone to communicate with each other. A forward channel refers to the frequencies used by a telephone tower to communicate with all nearby cellular phones. Contrastingly, a reverse

    • How Do I Locate My Lost Cell Phone?

      How Do I Locate My Lost Cell Phone?

      Many of us have lost our cell phones from time to time but some may have a harder time than others in retrieving their phone. What is worse is when you lose your cell phone in the middle of a texting session or when you have an important phone call to make and the person’s

    • What is Tethering?

      What is Tethering?

      Tethering means using a mobile phone (or any other Internet-capable device) as a modem for a laptop or other Internet capable units. A phone that can access the Internet is connected to the other device with a USB cable or Bluetooth connection. If a mobile plan allows the phone to be tethered, you can save

    • How Do Cell Phones Work?

      How Do Cell Phones Work?

      As technology has improved over the past few decades, cell phones have only gotten better and better.Though most people do not stop to consider the idea, it is still an amazing feat even today that what was once only an idea presented in movies and novels, has now become our number one modern-day communication device.

    • 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 Do I Setup MMS on My Mobile?

      How Do I Setup MMS on My Mobile?

      MMS, Multimedia Messaging Service, is a widely used communication channel over mobile phones to send and receive multimedia like images, ringtones, and videos. Most modern mobiles phones are MMS enabled. To use MMS service on your mobile phone, you need to do 2 things: Activate the MMS Service from your Service Provider. Upon activation by

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