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What is GSM?
Originally called Groupe Sp¨¦cial Mobile, it is commonly known as the Global System for Mobile Communications.
It is a cellular network that operates in four different frequency ranges: 850MHz, 900MHz, 1,800MHz and 1,900MHz. Scandinavian countries use 400MHz and 450MHz frequency bands.
The network consists of the base station subsystem, the network and switching subsystem, and the GPRS core network (an optional part that enables packet-based data transmission.
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2006-02-17 Intel in initiative to embed 3G into laptops
Intel has joined forces with the GSM Association to enable laptops to connect seamlessly to high-speed 3G broadband data and Wi-Fi networks using the same SIM card technology currently deployed in cellular phones.
2008-02-14 Intel chip switches between Wi-Fi, WiMAX
Intel has demonstrated technology that could make it possible someday for a mobile Internet device to switch between a Wi-Fi and a WiMAX network without any disruption in service.
2007-09-11 GSM marks 20th anniversary
The mobile communications industry this week is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Groupe Speciale Mobile or Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) by 15 operators from 13 European countries on Sept. 7, 1987.
2007-11-21 GSM Association favors LTE for 4G
The battle lines for 4G wireless services became clearer last week as the GSM Association, as expected, came out in favor of the LTE standard.
2014-11-21 Grasping the significance of charge detectors
Learn about the role of charger detectors in the USB battery charging specification rev. 1.2, and understand how they keep the implementation clean and simple to use.
2007-08-06 Digital power management enables lower power consumption
An engineer explains how the implementation of digital power management will strongly contribute to further reduce energy consumption.
2007-11-15 Chipsets cut cost of W-CDMA broadband handsets
Qualcomm has introduced new MSM MSM6246 HSDPA and MSM6290 HSUPA chipsets, which the company claims will reduce the cost of W-CDMA mobile broadband handsets.
2014-09-12 China beats U.S. as world's largest smartphone market
China has more than 692 million smartphone connections, making it the largest smartphone market in the world, surpassing the United States, Brazil, India, and Indonesia.
2006-11-16 CDMA phone eyes India's low-tier mobile market
LG Electronics' RD3330 CDMA phone for Indian cellular markets keeps component count and feature set to a minimum to meet aggressive production cost targets.
2014-02-27 Asia NFC Alliance strives for border-less mobile NFC
Major Asian telecom operators teamed up to form an international NFC Alliance that will promote convenient mobile NFC services.
2015-03-17 5G development still needs work, industry says
5G is nearly ready for adoption in Japan and Korea except that concerns including link quality, price, availability and industry regulations still need to be addressed for 5G to come through.
2009-05-22 3G fever to hit Vietnam
Vietnam is set to become one of the largest mobile markets in Asia, with an estimated 120 million subscribers by the end of 2014, on a par with Japan's current subscriber base, according to a VietNamNet Bridge report.
2006-10-17 19M low cost handsets to ship this year, says report
Nineteen million ultra low cost handsets will ship this year, with Motorola continuing to dominate the sector with an almost 80 percent share, according to Strategy Analytics.
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