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Cellular Handoff

Cellular Handoff refers to the process that a telephone call is switched by computers from one transmitter to the next without disconnecting the signal,...

Cell Site

Cell Site, also called Base Station, is the local cellular tower and radio antenna (including the radios, controller, switch interconnect, etc.) that handles communication...

CDMA

CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) is a second generation (2G) cellular technology defined by Qualcomm. Other widely used multiple access...

4G

Indicates the Fourth generation of mobile (cellular) networks. The 4G architecture required an all IP based network, began moving away from a centralized network...

3G

Third-generation mobile (cellular) networks. A notable jump in data connectivity speeds vs. 2G networks.

CBRS Band

The Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service band, comprised of 150 MHz of spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band. Also known as Band 48

Cellular Handoff

Cellular Handoff refers to the process that a telephone call is switched by computers from one transmitter to the next without disconnecting the signal,...

Cell Site

Cell Site, also called Base Station, is the local cellular tower and radio antenna (including the radios, controller, switch interconnect, etc.) that handles communication...

CDMA

CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) is a second generation (2G) cellular technology defined by Qualcomm. Other widely used multiple access...

4G

Indicates the Fourth generation of mobile (cellular) networks. The 4G architecture required an all IP based network, began moving away from a centralized network...

3G

Third-generation mobile (cellular) networks. A notable jump in data connectivity speeds vs. 2G networks.

CBRS Band

The Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service band, comprised of 150 MHz of spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band. Also known as Band 48
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