Wireless communications networks have evolved dramatically from their humble beginnings. The first-generation (1G) wireless network, the Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS) cellular communications standard, was based on analog technology from Bell Labs. But users liked the convenience of carrying a communications device such as a telephone wherever they went, and the number of users grew quickly. Subsequently, second-generation (2G) wireless networks saw the adoption of GSM and CDMA
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