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Nokia Corporation
Industry: Mobile communications
Number of terms: 3825
Number of blossaries: 1
Company Profile:
Finnish multinational communications corporation currently the world's largest manufacturer of mobile telephones. The company also offers Internet services and produces telecommunications network equipment.
A geographic location within the coverage area of a wireless network where radio signals cannot be received. Dead spots are often caused by electrical interference or physical barriers such as hills, tunnels, and indoor parking garages. See also Coverage.
Industry:Mobile communications
A user interface that is optimised for small phones with colour displays. The series 40 user interface has a high-resolution colour display and supports four-way scrolling. The screen size is 128 x 128 pixels and up to 4096 colours are supported.
Industry:Mobile communications
A description of information encoded as one of two states, either binary "0" (off) or binary "1" (on). These are referred to as binary digits or bits. See also Analogue.
Industry:Mobile communications
A two-hand operated user interface with colour screen and space for different types of applications. The Nokia 9200 Communicator series represents the standard series 80 product, which has a full keyboard and a command button area for UI navigation.
Industry:Mobile communications
A ringing tone that the user can download to a phone. The tone is downloaded from a special service and it is sent to the phone as a message.
Industry:Mobile communications
A user interface with a high-resolution, touch-sensitive, landscape-oriented colour screen. The series 90 user interface is used, for example, for the Nokia 7710 media device.
Industry:Mobile communications
A mobile phone that can operate on two different frequency bands, for example GSM 900 and GSM 1800. See also Tri-band phone.
Industry:Mobile communications
A business contract or agreement between a user and a service provider that outlines the services provided, and the costs for the services.
Industry:Mobile communications
A method used by the telephone system to recognise the keys pressed when dialling. Pressing a key on the phone's keypad generates two simultaneous tones, which are decoded by the exchange to determine which key was pressed.
Industry:Mobile communications
The geographical area within which a network service provider offers mobile service for a mobile phone. See also Coverage area.
Industry:Mobile communications
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