Cellular phones emit electromagnetic (EM) radiation. The emitted radiation is in the microwave band of frequencies.
Full duplex voice band (from 0Hz to 3KHz) communication.
By wavelength do you mean the wireless frequencies? If so this is not a brand dependent thing, it is carrier and phone model dependent. There are Far too many variables to list everything here but you can find the info you are looking at here: For GSM Band Cell Phones Or For CDMA/UMTS Band Cell Phones
It depends on the operational frequency of the phone you're using. Older phones that are wireless use a 900mhz (give or take) range for their communications. Some of the new ones use a 2.4ghz frequency for longer range and better communication with the base station. 802.11a and b do use the 2.4ghz band for data so there is a possibility there could be some slow down as your wireless cards negotiate for open space in the spectrum. In reality this would not likely cause any significant slowdown. Now if you use 802.11g or n then you're up in the 5ghz range and clear of MOST wireless phones. Hope that helps!
Wireless standard A and Dual-Band N.
Large international companies like Apple and Nokia usually sell quad band mobile phones, because quad band mobile phones can be used everywhere in the world.
Many cell phones come with wireless features in today's market. Some models like the Samsung 1510, T Mobile My Touch, and the C8000 Quad-band have wi-fi access.
You can use your Xbox360 Wireless headset to play!
There's a microphone, but it isn't wireless.
GSM frequency band
Unlicensed frequency bands in India:a.) Indoor use of low power wireless equipment in the frequency band 2.4GHz to 2.4835GHz. b.) Use of low power wireless equipment in the frequency band 2.4GHz to 2.4835GHz.c.) Indoor use of low power wireless equipment in the frequency band 5GHz.d.) Outdoor use of wireless equipment in the frequency band 5.825-5.875GHz.e.) Use of low power wireless equipment in the frequency band 865-867MHz for RFID.f.) Use of low power wireless equipment in the 335MHz band fro remote control of Cranes.g.) Use of low power wireless equipment in the Citizen Band 26.957-27.383MHz.
The flagship D-Link and Linksys routers support Wireless-N on the 5.4 Ghz. band, but will cost significantly more.
Yes, it does
quad band GSM phones will work and also tri-band CDMA phones will work anywhere in the world
A wireless standard that operates in the 2.4 GHz band with a maximum throughput of 54 Mbps.
(Code Division Multiple Access) A method for transmitting simultaneous signals over a shared portion of the spectrum. The foremost application of CDMA is the digital cellular phone technology from QUALCOMM that operates in the 800MHz band and 1.9GHz PCS band. CDMA phones are noted for their call quality.
radio is simple a band of frequencies from 03 Khz or 30 Khz to 300 Ghz that is used for communication of voice,data etc. in form of wireless. vijai kaushal 09473934386
It is a functional card that sits in a BTS (A base transceiver station - a piece of equipment that facilitates wireless communication between user equipment and a network) and uses a Microwave band as link channel.
A dual band wireless router is the most modern type of router. It broadcasts over two bands, so it is faster and more reliable than a single band router.
A dual band router has two different types of wireless radios. They are used by businesses to establish networks that mix different kinds of wireless clients.
A dual band wireless router is capable of transmitting and receiving signals in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio bands. This ability was originally developed because the 802.11a and B wireless transmission standards used the 5 GHz band, while all subsequent standards switched to the 2.4 GHz band. A dual band wireless router is often used in business settings where the secure internal network uses the B standard, and other more general wireless services are provided with other standards.
How many channels they support, and in which countries they will work.
not the wireless guitar but if it was wired than you can
There are many types of wireless modems available. First part is the standard which is described as b,g,or n on the router. Then there is dual band and single band.