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    With the development trend of wireless communication, the main application scenarios of D2D communication in 5G network are as follows: Local service Local service generally can be understood as the user side of the business data is not through the network side (such as the core network) and directly for the local transmission. A typical case of local business is the application of social, social characteristics can be regarded as the application of adjacent D2D technology application based on one of the most basic scenes. For example, the user through the discovery of D2D function to find areas adjacent to interested users; through the D2D communication function, can transmit data between adjacent users, such as content sharing, interactive games. Another scenario based local business is the local data transmission. Local data transmission using D2D data through adjacent properties and characteristics, expanding mobile communication scenarios while saving spectrum resources, bring new business growth for operators. For example, adjacent properties of local advertising service can accurately locate the target user based on the advertisement benefit maximization: enter the mall merchants or located in the vicinity of the user, can be received by merchants send commercial advertising, discounts, and other information; cinemas are located in the vicinity of the user to push the cinema movie schedules, trailers and other information. Another application of local business is a…

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    Cellphones While Driving

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    Cell phone usage is very prevalent nowadays; it is seen as a quick and easy form of communication and can be attained within the span of a few minutes. Since cell phones are portable, and allow for calls to be made almost anywhere, they allow an individual to choose where and when they choose to make calls. Today, many drivers prefer to communicate via cell phones while driving so as to save time or to just convey a quick message. This increase in cell phone usage while driving has been an area…

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    New technologies and materials have appeared with the development of the industrial and post-industrial society that make human life more convenient, without them it is impossible to imagine the life of the modern person. However, it is still difficult to answer the question whether all technology is safe for humanity? One of the most urgent and discussed issues is the problem of cancer caused by cell phones. Scientists from all over the world are trying to find the answer to this question by…

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    IND317 Blog #1 Fei Teng Jan. 21, 2016 After watching these five YouTube Videos relates to this chapter, there are three things stood out for me. First of all, in the video, “Telephone History ‘A Story Without End’ 1950 AT&T ”, the project, which is the workers underlaid the ground with a cable was really impressive me. It is a great project because this underground cable let people have a chance to communicate with others through a telephone at that time. Except it, this project is really…

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    There are various devices used by the Deaf to aid in communication. These machines not only enable the Deaf to communicate, but also the hard of hearing and speech impaired. These mechanisms date back to the 1900s, and are still being improved, updated, and manufactured. “In the last 20 years, a wide range of voice, text, and video relay services and technologies have also been developed that enable consumer choice of language and mode of communication to access the telephone network” (NAD).…

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    Cell Phone Bans In Schools

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    “Today, there are more than 5.9 billion mobile-phone subscriptions worldwide, and for every one person who accesses the internet from a computer, two do so from a mobile device”(“Making the Case for Mobile Tech”). Out of the around 7 billion people in this world, 6 billion have some sort of access to a mobile phone. More people have access to mobile phones then they have access to working toilets. Many of these phone users are teenagers that go to school. But when schools limit the cell phone…

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    Eighty-seven percent of Americans have heard at least "a little" bit of information about the government monitoring our devices and using our calls to track cyber terrorists. From this survey, a third of people are concerned about the government monitoring their phones, social media sites, search engines, and emails. Many people believe strongly against government monitoring, and others strongly support it to help keep our country safe. "Every citizen should have the right to their own privacy…

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    3g Mobile Case Study

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    1940s in the United States and in the 1950s in Europe. These early "compact" telephone was seriously constrain restricted versatility and poor administration. The contraptions were significant additionally amazingly costly.  History or Back ground of 2G radio channels: Communicating the verifiable foundation of 2G radio we additionally look at pervious and latest advancements of radio channels.so begin of a unique that is 1G. The essential heralds present day adaptable telephony was presented…

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    According to research done by Elon University School of Communication, “the first innovation of communication was printing press.” The telegraph followed it. In the 1830s, Samuel F. B. Morse invented the telegraph, which is the machine using electricity to deliver messages in code over wires. Then, in 1844, between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Maryland, the first telegraph line was constructed, the first message “What hath God wrought?” was sent by Morse (“1870s-1940s Telephone”). Therefore,…

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    The Telecommunications Act triggered dramatic changes in the competitive landscape. SBC Communications Inc. established itself as a global communications provider by acquiring Pacific Telesis Group (1997), Southern New England Telecommunications (1998) and Ameritech Corp. (1999). In 2005, SBC Communications Inc. acquired AT&T Corp., creating the new AT&T. With the merger of AT&T and BellSouth in 2006, and the consolidated ownership of Cingular Wireless and YELLOWPAGES.COM, AT&T is positioned to…

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