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GSM, or Global Systems for Mobile Communications, is a radio-based technology that allows mobile phones to communicate.  GSM is considered to be the world's most ubiquitous radio-based cellular technology, with 1.7 Billion users as of March 2006.   
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GSM, or Global Systems for Mobile Communications, is a radio-based technology that allows mobile phones to communicate.  GSM is considered to be the world's most ubiquitous radio-based cellular technology, with 1.7 Billion users as of March 2006.  In the United States, carriers such as T-Mobile and Cingular utilize GSM technology for their cellular networks.
 
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Revision as of 15:54, 27 March 2006

Overview

GSM, or Global Systems for Mobile Communications, is a radio-based technology that allows mobile phones to communicate. GSM is considered to be the world's most ubiquitous radio-based cellular technology, with 1.7 Billion users as of March 2006. In the United States, carriers such as T-Mobile and Cingular utilize GSM technology for their cellular networks.

Operational Characteristics

GSM Forensics

References