Phones need to be close to the base station for a good signal. Many cell towers mean you can talk to the one that's closest to you.
What is amazing about the development of cellular systems is that it automatically switched which base station the phone talks to as its location changed.
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The Marconi system made a radio link between systems, which was the size of a building. Eventually, people put up a radio system at a high point in the city, then those with the right kind of radio could talk to the high point.
In essence, there was only one cell, even though it wasn't cellular in any sense. But the amount of data you could send depended on how far away you were. The desire was for these cells to get closer together, leading to the invention of the cellular system.
It is not certain which technologies developed now will be used in 6G networks, but the following are possibilities:
It’s hard to figure out for managers what kind of people make the best, most productive remote employees.
Optimism is the quality to look for, while the trait to avoid is people-pleasing. These two can look similar, and a good manager knows how to separate the two.
Warren Buffet, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, is a well-known investor and a vocal champion of personal development.
He talks a lot about personal success and has a litmus test to measure your success in life, which is, in fact, the ultimate test.
He says the real measure of success in life is when the people whom you want to love you actually do love you.
According to a new study, relying on caffeine to help you through your day can only get you so far.
Caffeine may help you stay awake to attend to a task, but it doesn't help to prevent procedural errors that can cause, for example, medical mistakes and car accidents.