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Andrew Lazarow Outline Introduction History Short, but Rapid Detroit police use radios in 1928 Relatively stagnant until 1983 When the 1G network was invented Affordable cell phones In 2000 2G network went mainstream Text message capabilities 2005 Japan introduced the 3G network on a large commercial scale wireless data, internet access and service building Where we are today Close to Market saturation Transition from 3G to 4G Faster data transmission VoIP Great for anything from work to leisure Cheap Future All phones on the 4G network Make smartphones cheaper New phones with 4G capable applications New market WiMAX Large area of wireless internet Can change wireless communications greatly Solve the problem of spectrum scarcity VoIP on phones Conclusion In a little less than 30 years we went from basic talking to VoIP Hard to tell what possibilities the future holds
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Unformatted text preview: References Brain, M., Layton, J., & Tyson, J. (2000). Cell-phone network technologies: 3G. HowStuffWorks , Retrieved April 18 th , 2010, from http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/cell-phone9.htm# Andrew Lazarow Brain, M., Grabianowski, E. (2004). How WiMAX works. HowStuffWorks, Retrieved April 18 th , 2010, from http://www.howstuffworks.com/wimax.htm Plunkett, J. W. (2009). Introduction to the Telecommunications Industry. Telecommunications Industry . Retrieved April 18 th , 2010 from http://www.plunkettresearchonline.com. Valdes, R., Roos, D. (2009). How VoIP works. HowStuffWorks. Retrieved April 18 th , 2010, from http://communication.howstuffworks.com/ip-telephony9.htm Wilson, T. V. (2006). How WiFi Phones Work. HowStuffWorks . Retrieved April 18 th , 2010, from http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/wifi-phone.htm...
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