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Cellular radio standards. A number of different cellular telephone standards are in use. In the analog era, the Nordic Mobile Telephone (NMT) standard was the first to be introduced, in 1979. This was followed by AMPS in North America and TACS in the United Kingdom. These are all FM FDMA (Frequency Division Multiple Access) systems. New digital mobile systems entered the market in the 1990s, notably the GSM Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) system, which has become the standard in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. In North America, the digital standards use TDMA and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), which allows multiple users to occupy the same spread-spectrum bandwidth, but identifies each with a specific coding incorporated into the modulated RF signal. Digital standards achieve a higher number of subscribers per megahertz of allocated bandwidth, provide better service quality, and offer improved security compared to earlier analog systems because of the coding and frequency hopping. Cells. The term cellular radio derives from the system s frequency plan, which divides a geographical area into a honeycomb of cells. The size of a cell depends on traffic density. Each cell in a city might be 3.3 km in diameter; in a downtown business area, microcells as small as 500 m2 might be used. Out in the sparsely populated countryside, cells could be 10 30 km in diameter. Each cell is served by a base station that operates with a small portion of the allocated frequency band, and transmitter power is set according to the size of the cell to be covered. Each cell s portion of the frequency band differs from those of its neighbors to avoid interference. By setting the transmitter power at only the level required to cover a particular cell, the operating frequency can be reused again for another cell some distance away. This is called the frequency plan. As a mobile telephone roams from one cell to another, it retunes to new frequencies. At the same time, the cellular radio network updates its database (the Vehicle Location Register) to show the changing location of the particular mobile unit. The database enables a subscriber in the public switched telephone network (PSTN) to call into a mobile unit. These connections are the function of the mobile telephone switch (MTS) or mobile telephone exchange (MTX), which uses Signaling System 7 (SS7) for database messages and controlling the call. The database transactions not only keep track of the mobile unit s movements, they also check that legitimate calls are being made into the network by comparing details of the mobile s registration with information in the database called the Home Location Register (HLR). The mobile telephone segment has been one of the fastest growing parts of the telecommunications network. Since the late 1980s, the average annual growth in the number of mobile subscribers has been around 50 percent per year, reaching a total of over 120 million in 1996, of which around 30 percent were digital. This represents a significant fraction of the total network traffic.
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It is possible to define a method that will be called just prior to an object s final destruction by the garbage collector. This method is called a destructor, and it can be used in some highly specialized situations to ensure that an object terminates cleanly. For example, you might use a destructor to ensure that a system resource owned by an object is released. It must be stated at the outset that destructors are a very advanced feature that are applicable only to certain rare cases. They are not normally needed. They are briefly described here for completeness. Destructors have this general form: ~class-name( ) { // destruction code }
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