Review Article of American Journal of Transportation and Logistics
GSM and Mobile Telephony Trends
Damilola Fowora*, Oludele Awodele, Olakunle Olayinka and Oyebode Aduragbemi
Department of Computer Science, Babcock University, Nigeria
GSM is an important technology to the world today, ensuring the connectivity of billions of individuals across the world. In this paper, the subject of mobile telephony is addressed, we look at the GSM technology detailing how it works and also look at the structure it is comprised of. Also, we see the trends experienced in then network system and see how due to technological advancement, the technology has grown to services billion of individuals today.
Keywords: GSM, Telephony, Technology, Connectivity, Trends
How to cite this article:
Damilola Fowora, Oludele Awodele, Olakunle Olayinka and Oyebode Aduragbemi.GSM and Mobile Telephony Trends. American Journal of Transportation and Logistics, 2018,1:4. DOI:10.28933/ajtl-2018-05-1803
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