SMART PHONES - COMMUNICATIONS DEVICES
Even biological organisms use electrical signals for control purposes
Smart phones are mobile networked communications devices with powerful onboard computers and cameras that allow a user to film, take pictures, talk to anyone anywhere in the world and text each other. They also have built in GPS antenna such that the user knows where they are on the planet.
Unlike landlines, that use hard electrical copper wire conductors or optical fibres, mobile phones use radio networks, with service providers competing with each other for customers, based on their coverage with receiving and transmitting masts, located all over the country/world, to allow people to talk to each other, video conference, and more. As more and more information has to be carried, download and upload speed is important. It is no longer just audio transmissions.
Radio (microwaves) are picked up and fed into the landline system, and satellites are used to transmit and receive international calls.
HOW DO MOBILE PHONES COMMUNICATE?
Mobile phones work by sending and receiving low powered radio waves.
Almost anything is possible using electronic sensors and controls, when combined with computers in the digital age ......
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