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Learning Path: Wireless and Cellular

Part of the Wireless and mobile glossary:

WIRELESS AND CELLULAR...wireless - wireless service provider (WSP) - AMPS - D-AMPS - satellite -EUTELSAT - VSAT - HALO - FDMA - TDMA - GSM - DECT - PCS - WAP - EPOC - Bluetooth - radar - Doppler effect - transceiver - transponder - repeater - SMS - radiation shield - Virtual Home Environment (VHE) - GPRS - ACeS - EDGE - HSCSD - UMTS

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This was last updated in May 2008
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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