    In Europe 1926 , radio telephony was first used on the first-class passenger trains Also introduced on passenger airplanes for air traffic security Germans.

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Transcript     In Europe 1926 , radio telephony was first used on the first-class passenger trains Also introduced on passenger airplanes for air traffic security Germans.

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In Europe 1926 , radio telephony was first
used on the first-class passenger trains
Also introduced on passenger airplanes for air
traffic security
Germans used radios in tanks during World
War 2.
In 1946 soviet engineers successfully tested
their version of a radio mobile phone
mounted inside a car. It had a range of 20
kilometres (12.5 miles).

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In the early 1940’s the first 2 way radios to be
developed were called mobile rigs. These
were used in taxis, police cars and
•Ran on
electricity from
•Used radio
waves to

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In the early 1940’s
Motorola developed a
backpacked two-way radio,
the Walkie-Talkie.
•Only one radio transmits
at a time
•Push to talk button
•Used dry cell batteries for

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In 1951 large hand-held two-

way radio for the US military
was developed. This battery
powered Handie-Talkie and
was about the size of a man's
 Limitations such as line of
 Interference from structures
and large objects.
 Repeaters needed for long

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First commercially available mobile
phone was the Motorola DynaTAC
8000x. It cost $3995

Motorola MicroTAC 9800X was
available in 1989 and the first
real hand held portable mobile
phone. 10 character LCD.

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First Clamshell (Flip) phone
was the Motorola Star TAC it
also had first ever display for
numbers and was available in
1996 it cost $1000
This Nokia 5110 (1998) was the
most successful model at the
time and continued to sell well
for sometime afterwards

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The Nokia 7110 (1999) was one of
the first slide phones and was
made very popular due to the
movie The Matrix
Samsung SPH-M100
Uproar (1999) was the
first phone to have
MP-3 capabilities

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Nokia 3210 (1999) was the
first phone with T9
(predictive text). 150 Million
were sold
First commercial camera phone
was the Sharp J-SH04 and was
available in 2000

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Ericsson T68 (2001) was
one of the first mobile
phones with a colour
Nokia 7600 (2003), one of
the world first 3G smart
phones. It is still one of
smallest phones ever

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Motorola Razor V3 (2004) set a new
standard is design and is one the
most successful selling phones
Nokia 7280 (2004) was also referred to
as the ‘Lipstick’ phone. This phone has
no keypad and all processes are carried
out by using a small dial.

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HTC Universal (2005) was the
first pocket PC made by HTC
and had windows mobile
Nokia N73 (2006) was a very
popular smartphone and even
3 years after its release it is still
used widely

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Apple iPhone
sensor, a multi-touch
sensor that allowed
multiple inputs while
ignoring minor
touches. On release
this phone was
extremely popular.
8Gb – 32Gb versions
are available.

iPhone 3G developed in 2009

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Blackberry Storm
(2008) Designed to be a
direct competitor to the
iPhone 3G and other 3G

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Palm Pre (2009)
Touch sensitive
screen. This phone is
to challenge the
Apple iPhone. This
phone is the first to
come with a touch
stone charger
(wireless charge)
8GB internal storage

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Google Nexus One
HTC (Designed and branded by
Slate smartphone
Release date
January 5, 2010
Introductory price
$529 unlocked
$179 with 2 year contract[1]
Operating system
Android 2.1 (Eclair)

1 GHz Qualcomm QSD
8250 Snapdragon ARM
Storage capacity
Flash memory: 512 MB
microSD (Class 2) slot: 4 GB
included, expandable up to
32 GB

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Difference between 1G and 2G, is that the
radio signals that 1G networks use are
analog, while 2G networks are digital.
Although both systems use digital signaling
to connect the radio towers (which listen to
the handsets) to the rest of the telephone
system, the voice itself during a call is
encoded to digital signals in 2G whereas 1G is
only modulated to higher frequency, typically
150 MHz and up.

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3G - Services include wide-area wireless voice
telephone, video calls, and wireless data, all in a
mobile environment. Compared to 2G and 2.5G
services, 3G allows simultaneous use of speech
and data services and higher data rates (up to
14.0 Mbit/s on the downlink and 5.8 Mbit/s on
the uplink with HSPA+). Thus, 3G networks
enable network operators to offer users a wider
range of more advanced services while achieving
greater network capacity through improved
spectral efficiency.

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MP3 - MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, more
commonly referred to as MP3, is a method of
data compression. It is a common audio
format for consumer audio storage, for the
transfer and playback of music on digital
audio players.


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Touch Stone charger – charging the Palm Pre
using Touchstone wireless inductance
charging system ($69.99).
The Touchstone charger utilizes magnetic
inductance, or electric current produced
through a loop of wire in the presence of a
magnetic field, to charge its internal battery

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Windows mobile - Windows Mobile is a
compact mobile operating system developed
by Microsoft, and designed for use in
smartphones and mobile devices.

It is the 3rd most popular smartphone
operating system for business use (after
BlackBerry and iPhone).

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smartphone is a mobile phone offering advanced
capabilities, often with PC-like functionality (PCmobile handset convergence). There is no industry
standard definition of a smartphone. For some, a
smartphone is a phone that runs complete operating
system software providing a standardized interface
and platform for application developers. For others, a
smartphone is simply a phone with advanced features
like e-mail, Internet and e-book reader capabilities,
and/or a built-in full keyboard or external USB
keyboard and VGA connector.