Coordinated broadband mobile telephone system

  title={Coordinated broadband mobile telephone system},
  author={W. D. Lewis},
  journal={IRE Transactions on Vehicular Communications},
  • W. D. Lewis
  • Published 1 June 1957
  • Physics
  • IRE Transactions on Vehicular Communications
The philosophy and broad outline of a coordinated broadband mobile telephone system are discussed. This system would be able to provide mobile telephone service of better quality than at present to many times the present number of customers. This could be made possible by means of an integrated switching and transmission design based upon a broad block of frequencies. All mobile units would be controlled over a data channel from a digital common control system at central. The research… 

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