a wireless phone or cell phone is often referred to as a mobile phone. Initially, a mobile phone referred to a phone attached to a vehicle, which used the vehicle's battery and had an external antenna.
A cellular telephone that is permanently installed and integrated into the wiring of a motor vehicle. May be either hands free or hand held models. Also called a car phone.
Also called cellular phones, or cell phones. Operate on the mobile phone network (cell towers).
a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections (cells), each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver
a battery-operated radio transmitter, and as such there are a couple of ways it could, theoretically, generate a spark
a minature microwave transceiver with some fairly nifty electronics and a battery capable of delivering a fair amount of current
an incredibly capable device for so much more than making phone calls
an installed cellular car phone
a one-hand device, and it's this limit that is finally sparking innovation
a phone that can be taken almost anywhere
a portable social network which offers the user total control over who to inter-act with - they can ignore a call, turn it off, turn it on and so on
a radio transmitter and receiver, which is in contact with a mobile telephone network via base stations
a single-channel, two-way radio
a small, low-powered device that transmits and receives radio signals using its antenna
a sophisticated radio transceiver which emits electro-somthing or other energy
a status symbol in many nations Many of these older phones could end up in landfill sites leaking the potentially toxic materials they are made of into the wider world, said Mr Goodman
a telephone that does not have wires and works by radio, that you can carry with you and use anywhere
a type of two-way radio
A cellular phone installed in a vehicle is called a mobile phone. Also see Portable Phone.
Also known as a car phone - the type of cellular phone that's installed in a car, truck or van. There are three main types of cellular phones being sold today: mobile, transportable and portable. A mobile unit is attached to the vehicle, draws its power from the vehicle's battery and has an external antenna.
A term often used interchangeably with cellular phone or wireless phone. Initially, a mobile phone referred to a phone attached to a vehicle, the vehicle's battery and had an external antenna. Mobile phones were distinguished from transportable, portable, cordless and personal phones. See also Transportable Phones.
A mobile device primarily meant for speech connections. Mobile phone is a term often used interchangeably with cellular phone.
A handheld telephone for use in an area divided into small sections (cells), each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver. Also a telephone that communicates by radio waves rather than along cables. Other terms are 'cellular phone', 'radiophone' and 'wireless telephone.'
Also Known As: Handset; Phone; Cellular; Cell Phone; mobile Definition: A portable telephone using a cellular radio system. Includes a radio transmitter and receiver.
Portable, cordless phone.
The term that can be inter-changed with cellular phone or wireless phone.
A mobile phone refers to a phone secured in your car. Mobile phones have better range than portable phones and have antennae that attach to the rear windshield.
A term often used interchangeably with cellular phone or wireless phone. Initially, a mobile phone referred to a phone attached to a vehicle, the vehicle's battery and had an external antenna. Now the term is used more for the phone that we carry about during the day.
A mobile or cellular telephone is a long-range, portable electronic device for personal telecommunications over long distances.