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Analogue Cellular Technologies
AMPS
System for Advanced Mobile Phones. Bell Labs invented it in
the 1970s, and it was first commercially utilised in the United
States in 1983. It is now the world's biggest cellular standard,
operating in the 800 MHz range.
C-450
During the 1980s, it was installed in South Africa. The 450Mhz
band is used. Similar to C-Netz. Vodacom SA now owns and
operates Motorphone.
C-Netz
Cellular technology from the past is mostly present in Germany
and Austria. 450 MHz is used.
Comvik
The Comvik network launched it in Sweden in August 1981.
N-
AMPS
Advanced Mobile Phone System with Narrowband. Motorola
created this technology as a bridge between analogue and digital.
It runs in the 800 MHz frequency and has three times the capacity
of AMPS.
NMT450
450/Nordic Mobile Telephones Ericsson and Nokia created this
device specifically for the harsh terrain seen in the Nordic nations.
Range is 25 kilometres. The frequency is 450 MHz. FDD FDMA
is used.
NMT900
The Nordic nations designed the 900 MHz upgrade to NMT 450
to handle greater capacity and handheld portables. Range is 25
kilometres. FDD FDMA technology is used.
NMT-F
NMT900 is also available in French.
NTT
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone is a Japanese
telecommunications company. The ancient analogue Japanese
standard. The HICAP variant is a high-capacity version.
RC2000
Radiocom was founded in the year 2000. In November 1985, the
French system was established.
TACS
Telecommunications system with total access. Motorola
developed this system, which is comparable to AMPS. Although
it was initially used in the United Kingdom in 1985, it is known in
Japan as JTAC. It runs at a frequency of 900 MHz.

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Analogue Cellular Technologies AMPS System for Advanced Mobile Phones. Bell Labs invented it in the 1970s, and it was first commercially utilised in the United States in 1983. It is now the world's biggest cellular standard, operating in the 800 MHz range. C-450 During the 1980s, it was installed in South Africa. The 450Mhz band is used. Similar to C-Netz. Vodacom SA now owns and operates Motorphone. C-Netz Cellular technology from the past is mostly present in Germany and Austria. 450 MHz is used. Comvik The Comvik network launched it in Sweden in August 1981. NAMPS Advanced Mobile Phone System with Narrowband. Motorola created this technology as a bridge between analogue and digital. It runs in the 800 MHz frequency and has three times the capacity of AMPS. NMT450 450/Nordic Mobile Telephones Ericsson and Nokia created this device specifically for the harsh terrain seen in the Nordic nations. Range is 25 kilometres. The frequency is 450 MHz. FDD FDMA is used. NMT900 The Nordic nations designed the 900 MHz upgrade to NMT 450 to handle greater capacity and handheld portables. Range is 25 kilometres. FDD FDMA technology is used. NMT-F NMT900 is also available in French. NTT Nippon Telegraph and Telephone is a Japanese telecommunications company. The ancient analogue Japanese standard. The HICAP variant is a high-capacity version. RC2000 Radiocom was founded in the year 2000. In November 1985, the French system was established. TACS Telecommunications system with total access. Motorola developed this system, which is comparable to AMPS. Although it was initially used in the United Kingdom in 1985, it is known in Japan as JTAC. It runs at a frequency of 900 MHz. Name: Description: ...
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