Cell Phones and PDAs
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This paper examines how cell phones and personal digital assistants PDAs have skyrocketed and are now quite common and viewed as a "must have" by numerous individuals. It shows how as technology has advanced, the size and features of cell phones and PDAs has also advanced, to the point where cell phones and PDAs have many functions that were once the exclusive domain of facsimiles and personal computers. It provides a brief history of the development of both gadgets and outlines their main functions and discusses current advancements as well as what the future holds for them.
From the Paper:"In 1994, the FCC declared it was allocating spectrum specifically for PCS technologies at the 1,900 MHz band. These new digital wireless standards are currently still being used in PCS. With these technological advances, the marketing of cell phones shifted from high volume business users who were largely unconcerned with cost to the general public who was cost conscious and lobbied for a higher quality of service and more features. In 2001, Ericsson launched its color-screened T69 in Europe; by 2002, Sprint PCS, Motorola, Nextel, and other major cell phone manufacturers released their own versions of color-screen cell phones among much fanfare. "
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