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Examples of channels that exhibit passband characteristics include alternating-current-coupled coaxial cables, which pass signals only in the range of 60 kilohertz to several hundred megahertz, and fibre-optic cables, which pass light signals only within a given wavelength range without significant attenuation.

In many instances a communications channel is shared by multiple users. When the frequency assignment and subsequent combining is done at a central point, the resulting combination is a frequency-division multiplexed signal, as is discussed in Multiplexing. Frequently there is no central combining point, and the communications channel itself acts as a distributed combine.

An example of the latter situation is the broadcast radio bands from kilohertz to megahertz , which permit simultaneous transmission of multiple AM radio, FM radio, and television signals without mutual interference as long as each signal is assigned to a different frequency band.

Even when the communications channel can support direct transmission of the information-bearing signal, there are often practical reasons why this is undesirable.

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A simple example is the transmission of a three-kilohertz i. However, these telecommunications systems were unable to scale with the adoption of more users.

The shortcomings of these systems pointed to a need for a more efficient cellular technology that could also be used internationally. To achieve that goal, the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations CEPT set up a committee to develop a European standard for digital telecommunications in CEPT decided on several criteria that the new system must meet: international roaming support, high speech quality, support for handheld devices, low service cost, support for new services and Integrated Services Digital Network ISDN capability.

In , representatives from 13 European countries signed a contract to deploy a telecommunications standard.

Mobile services based on GSM were first launched in Finland in However, several telecommunications carriers have decommissioned their GSM networks, including Telstra in Australia. Types of small scale fading.

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Co-channel interference. Co-channel Interference reduction factor.

Trunking and grade of service. Improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems- Cell splitting.

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Mictocell zone concept. Design of antenna system.

Antenna parameters and their effects. Diversity techniques-Space diversity. Polarization diversity.

Frequency diversity. Time diversity.

Near end far end interference. Cross talk.Cell phone companies also use this directional signal to improve reception along highways and inside buildings like stadiums and arenas.

Therefore the antenna vertical pattern and the antenna height play a major role in justifying antenna tilting.

In a primitive taxi system, when the taxi moved away from a first tower and closer to a second tower, the taxi driver manually switched from one frequency to another as needed.

Digital modulation In order to transmit computer data and other digitized information over a communications channel, an analog carrier wave can be modulated to reflect the binary nature of the digital baseband signal. The details of the process of paging vary somewhat from network to network, but normally we know a limited number of cells where the phone is located this group of cells is called a Location Area in the GSM or UMTS system, or Routing Area if a data packet session is involved; in LTE , cells are grouped into Tracking Areas.

An example of the latter situation is the broadcast radio bands from kilohertz to megahertz , which permit simultaneous transmission of multiple AM radio, FM radio, and television signals without mutual interference as long as each signal is assigned to a different frequency band.

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