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GSM Cellular Antenna

“The final product may be the result of many different designs and models that were tried before just the right solution was found.”

Beginning with the introduction of cellular phones to the consumer market in the 1980s, cellular antenna systems have grown increasingly complex and technical in nature. The first cellular antennas were attached to a vehicle and connected to a black box stored in the vehicle’s trunk; the actual phone was attached to the car with an old-fashioned phone cord. As time went on, cellular antennas became gradually smaller, and finally became internal in many cases. Internal antennas allowed for the introduction of slim-line phones into the market, and as a result, phones themselves became increasingly thin and tiny.

Today, most cellular phones operate off of GSM networks. GSM is a global roaming system that allows users to talk to any network, anywhere in the world GSM service is available. This particular wireless technology is taking off, with more than 20 countries now using it and over three billion customers. New wireless networks are being started all the time, which means that antenna producers are being kept busy. This is true whether the provider supplies parts only or designs and constructs the network’s entire system of antennas.

Cellular Antennas Enhance the Talking Experience

Antenna companies may also carry full antennas, components and accessories in stock for the convenience of customers with simpler projects that prefer to handle the installation themselves. In-stock items can also be useful for businesses that have their own wireless experts on staff to handle the creation of the network.

There will be a need for wireless antenna providers for the cellular market for years to come. Mobile Mark is available for any wireless antenna needs for any company, anywhere in the world. Contact Mobile Mark at, 1-800-648-2400 or 847-671-6690.

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