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Manufacturers : Telecommunications : Mobile communication equipment

A mobile communication system is a system that services voice and data over a wireless communication network. The mobile communication is realized by transmission and reception of radio signals by a mobile terminal to and from a radio base station and transmission and reception of wire signals by the radio base station to and from a network connecting to a communication target. Mobile telecommunication systems include wireless links between mobile stations, which may be mobile telephones, pagers, computers, etc., and a base station of the mobile telecommunication system. Mobile communication service systems may be classified into synchronous mobile communication systems and asynchronous mobile communication systems. Asynchronous mobile communication systems are classified into WCDMA (wideband code division multiple access) systems and UMTS (universal mobile telecommunications system) which has been adopted as European Standard (ES). Synchronous mobile communication systems accurately establish synchronization with all base stations by employing GPS satellites. Global positioning system (GPS) is a system for detecting a current location by receiving a radio wave transmitted from a satellite. A wireless communication terminal with a GPS satellite signal receiver receives information on its current location from a GPS satellite, and transmits the location information to a GPS server of a wireless communication service provider. Synchronous mobile communication systems, such as second-generation CDMA systems, are serviced in Korea and the USA, and CDMA2000, which has been adopted as American National Standard. A mobile communication system is generally constructed of a base station and a plurality of mobile stations communicating with each other via the base station. A mobile communication system includes a plurality of base stations which are distributed over the service area. Signals transmitted by the mobile units are received by a base station and often relayed to a mobile switching center (MSC). The MSC in turn routes the signal to a public switched telephone network (PSTN) or to another mobile station. A mobile communication terminal selects one of the base stations, which has the best condition for communication and acquires the selected base station to enable radio communication.

Listings on Telecommunications : Mobile communication equipment

  • Axesstel, Inc.
    Specializes in the design and development of fixed wireless voice and broadband data products. Axesstel's product portfolio includes fixed wireless desktop phones, fixed-wireless public call office (PCO) phones, voice/data terminals, GSM fixed wireless desktop phones, fixed wireless broadband modems and 3G gateways for access to voice calling and high-speed data services. Also offers fixed wireless phones based on global system for mobile (GSM) technology. USA.
  • KVH Industries, Inc.
    Develops, manufactures and markets mobile communications products for the land and marine markets, and navigation, guidance and stabilization products for defense and commercial markets. Offers mobile, high-bandwidth satellite communications systems, tactical navigation products, and fiber optic products. These products include mobile satellite TV, mobile satellite phone, digital marine compasses, GPS-assisted military navigation systems, fiber optic gyros (FOGs), and elliptical core optical fiber with high polarization maintaining capabilities. USA.
  • Novatel Wireless, Inc.
    Provider of wireless broadband access solutions for the worldwide mobile communications market. Delivers a broad range of high-quality, 3G wireless PC card modems, embedded modems, ruggedized modems and communication software to wireless network operators, distributors, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and vertical markets. Products can be used for vertical applications such as mobile computing, field force automation, public safety, POS, ATM, AVL, telematics, telemetry and others requiring wide-area networking. Offers 2.5G and 3G solutions based on GPRS, CDMA, UMTS, and EV-DO networks across the globe. USA.
  • Research In Motion Limited
    Designer, manufacturer and marketer of innovative wireless solutions for the worldwide mobile communications market. Provides platforms and solutions for seamless access to time-sensitive information including email, phone, SMS messaging, Internet and intranet-based applications. Products, services and embedded technologies include the BlackBerry(R) wireless platform, the RIM Wireless Handheld(TM) product line, software development tools, radio-modems and software/hardware licensing agreements. USA.
  • SiRF Technology Holdings, Inc.
    Develops and markets semiconductor and premium software products that are designed to enable location-awareness utilizing GPS and other location technologies in high-volume mobile consumer devices and commercial applications. Offers a range of GPS chip sets and software products that can be integrated into mobile consumer devices, such as automobile navigation systems, mobile phones, PDAs, GPS-based peripherals and handheld GPS navigation devices, and into commercial applications, such as asset tracking devices and fleet management systems. SiRF markets and sells its products in four target platforms: automotive, consumer electronics, mobile computing, and wireless devices. USA.
  • Trimble Navigation Limited
    Innovator of global positioning system (GPS) technology, provider of advanced location-based solutions that maximize productivity and enhance profitability. The main applications served include surveying, construction, agriculture, and urban and natural resource management. In addition, the company also manufactures components for in vehicle navigation and telematics systems, and timing modules used in the synchronization of wireless networks. Products include mapping & geographic information systems, GPS boards and chipsets, mining information systems, GPS surveying systems, precision clocks, modular GPS receiver, virtual reference station system, gold GPS smart antenna, lightbar guidance system, and horizontal vertical laser. USA.
  • UTStarcom, Inc.
    Designs, manufactures and sells telecommunications equipment, and provides services associated with their installation, operation and maintenance. Provides wireless networking infrastructure products based on a variety of global mobile interface standards, including personal handyphone system (PHS), code division multiple access (CDMA), wideband CDMA (WCDMA) and time division-CDMA (TD-CDMA). The company's optical products include scalable transport solutions based upon internationally defined optical transmission standards and access solutions based upon gigabit Ethernet passive optical networking (GEPON). Designs and sells a variety of handsets and CPE targeted at multiple-customer segments for its wireless and broadband products including single and multi-port DSL modems, set-top boxes and VoIP analog telephone adapters (ATAs).
  • Wavecom S.A.
    Provides pre-packaged wireless communications solutions for automotive, industrial and mobile professional applications, with a wide range of fully integrated modules and modems. Develops, markets and sells wireless platforms that can be embedded into any machine or device, thus enabling it to transmit and receive both data and voice communications via wireless cellular network operators. Wavecom's solutions include GSM/GPRS/GPS and CDMA technologies for hands-free telephony, telematics systems, geo-localization and fleet management; remote control (utility meters, PLCs, lifts, etc.), security (location of objects and people, alarms, cardiology devices, etc.), dispenser and payment systems (automatic teller machines, payment terminals, parking meters, etc.), consumer applications and multimedia (modems, etc.). France.

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