You are at your home. You suddenly turn around and snap. You have left something you can not leave for. This wallet? Well, this list is the highest, but what's next, indisputable – your cell phone.
MOst adults have mobile phones today. This is a demand for the modern world. And with all the innovations that are now flooding the market, they sometimes fascinate how far mobile technology has fallen.
The mobile phone was tracked in 1947 when researchers watched the use of car phones. So technically the mobile phone's most brutal shape was the first mobile phone. And in a sense, the mobile phone is very similar to a bi-directional radio. In the past, there was a huge community of mobile radios that popularized the technology that would create the modern mobile phone.
At the time, these researchers believed that using another "small" mobile cell, but the Federal Communications Commission would not release the airflow – though. AT & T wanted to develop the technology, but the FCC restricted the frequencies. The development of cell phones had to be banned.
Only in 1968 the FCC thought everything. They challenged the fact that when a truly mobile phone system is introduced, they increase the frequency allocation. It worked, and the rest, as the saying goes, is history.
Although the history of mobile phones could be proven, sometimes the first known inventor of the mobile device was Dr. Martin Cooper. Cooper worked for Motorola as Chief Executive Officer of Systems Division and was able to develop cellular technology together with the collections Richard W. Dronsuth, Albert J. Mikulski, Charles N. Lynk, Jr., James J. Mikulski, John F Mitchell, Roy A Richardson and John A. Sangster.
Although Dr Cooper, who widely recognized the use of a cell phone, was not entirely original. Its leader, Joel Engel, AT & T's Bell Labs research leader, was the first to develop the electronic components of cell technology.
The first mobile phone call was made in 1973. Despite the need for these types of technologies, it was 37 years before the US could trade. By 1987 it was a bottleneck of communication. Users simply had too many on existing frequencies.
There are three known generations in cell technology:
The first generation – the first mobile phone to contact Motorola DynaTAC 8000X. This was a development on the same phone as Dr. Cooper used the historic "first mobile phone call". In the 1980s, mobile phones used several networks with close to each other. Then analog systems were used. At that time, mobile phones were rather "car phones" were based on the size and use of gadgets. Not long after, these car phones have been designed to fit a carrier with the size of a briefcase. This innovation has increased the mobility of mobile phones.
The second generation – the second wave introduced the introduction of GSM mobile phones. The first digital mobile phone was introduced in the United States in 1990. Europe followed the creation of a digital network in 1991.
The third generation – or what's often called 3G. This has opened up the way for the development of technologies such as the live broadcast of television and radio broadcasts. These are just two of the many well-known developments that exist today.
Now that you know where your cell phone comes from and what it offers you, the next thing you will know is probably the future. At present, it is planned that by 2010, landline networks will be near extinction and mobile phones will be receiving. Another prediction is that overseas calls would be interrupted and huge development of purchase and coverage would make it possible. And imagine it? You may be able to operate your dishwasher in the future using your mobile phone!
The possibilities are endless. This applies not only to mobile phones, but also to all other forms of technology. With talented minds that will always be impossible, the future is surely a much better and more exciting place to live!