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Wireless networks are telephone or computer networks that use radio as their
carrier or physical layer.
* Wireless LAN - local area networks
* Wireless PAN - personal area networks
* GSM - Global standard for digital mobile communication, common in most
countries except the USA and Japan
* PCS - Personal communication system - not a single standard, this
covers both CDMA and GSM networks operating at 1900 MHz in North
* Mobitex - pager-based network in the USA, built by Ericsson, now used
by PDAs such as the Palm VII and Research in Motion BlackBerry
* GPRS - General Packet Radio Service, upgraded packet-based service
within the GSM framework, gives higher data rates and always-on service
* UMTS - Universal Mobile Telephone Service (3rd generation cell phone
network), based on the W-CDMA radio access network
* AX.25 - amateur packet radio
* NMT - Nordic Mobile Telephony, analog system originally developed by
PTTs in the Nordic countries
* AMPS - America Mobile Phone System
* D-AMPS - Digital AMPS, also known as TDMA