Page-5 of Mobile telecommunications Current Affairs, GK & News
The Government has instructed all cell phone manufacturers to include radiation tags in mobile handsets to display Specific Absorption Rate, SAR value by the first of September 2012. All the indigenous manufactures have been instructed to make necessary changes in the design, software and packaging in compliance with these instructions within the stipulated time. A ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2012
Topics: Branches of biology • Ionizing radiation • Medical physics • Mobile phone • Mobile telecommunications • Physical sciences • Radiation therapy • Radioactivity • Radiobiology • Rates • Specific absorption rate • Telecommunications
An Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) settled to assign 700 Mhz spectrum for offering 4G telecom services. This especial band is believed to be very effective and could bring in the government revenues more than it got via auctioning of 3G spectrum in 2011. Spectrum in 700 Mhz band calls for likely half the investment ..
Topics: 3G • 4G • 4G connectivity in Australia • Auction theory • EE Limited • Mobile telecommunications • Radio spectrum • Software-defined radio • Spectrum auction • Technology • Telecommunications • Videotelephony
Sabeer Bhatia launches free and open texting application “JaxtrSMS” “Jaxtr Inc”, founded by Sabeer Bhatia and Yogesh Patel, announced the launch of “JaxtrSMS”, a cross-platform, open texting application to send SMS to anyone in the world for free. JaxtrSMS is completely unique in that a mobile user can send a text SMS to any mobile ..
Topics: Jaxtr • Mobile phone • Mobile telecommunications • Outlook.com • Sabeer Bhatia • Short Message service center • Sindhi people • SMS • Technology • Telecommunications • Text messaging • Videotelephony
Telecom Users all over India have been eased from unwelcome commercial calls and messages. The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference Regulations 2010 was formally inaugurated by Kapil Sibal, Communications and Information Technology Minister. Here are brief notes: The regulations will facilitate consumers to list themselves on the National Consumer Preference Register, NCPR by merely dialling ..
Topics: Direct marketing • Do Not Disturb Registry • Government of India • Kapil Sibal • Mobile telecommunications • Non-store retailing • SMS • Telecom Regulatory Authority of India • Telecommunications • Telecommunications in India • Telemarketing • The Telecom Commercial Communication Customer Preference Regulations
The world s first CDMA EV-DO Rev.B Phase II network, designed to provide an exciting buffer free media streaming experience for the customers, will soon be launched in India by Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) that nationally operates its telecom services under the MTS brand. The network will be launched in Jaipur in a few ..
Topics: 3G • 3rd Generation Partnership Project 2 • CDMA2000 • Code division multiple access • Evolution-Data Optimized • Internet protocols • Media access control • Mobile telecommunications • Network protocols • Radio resource management • Telecommunications • Videotelephony