Cell Phone Facts : How Do Cell Phones Work?

Cell phones work by transmitting a signal to a tower, which in turn sends signals to either land lines to other towers. Find out why cell phones have trouble sending signals in remote areas with information from a cell phone salesman in this free video on cellular phones.

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20 Responses to Cell Phone Facts : How Do Cell Phones Work?

  1. nina dipasquale says:

    there are not any satellite cells but smart and you made a good game without a ball

  2. Jesse Reiter says:

    I predicted a fast swithing trans receive circuit on same frequency plust a central computer that that can be accessed that keeps track of all other cells and fiber optics between all towers there's more but let know about those please .

  3. humanist knowlege says:

    I still don't understand where these "signings" come from. How is it possible to use a medal little thing to hear another person who is at the other side of the world?

    I WANT TO LEARN!
    HELP NEEDED!

  4. MrFreeCookie says:

    Possibly THE WORST drawer ever.

  5. belthazormn1 says:

    my uncle told me yesterday that cellphones use satellites…..then I watched this video…. 🙂

  6. o5iiawah says:

    All cell signals get routed through a backhaul provider to a switch. The switch then routes the calls or data sessions to where they need to go

  7. oplaopla1 says:

    why are you such an idiot*
    also, good job at necroing comments from 11 months ago
    I can't even be bothered to waste my time answering such a stupid being.

  8. kidbingala says:

    dude why u so idiot… signals = wave in this context!!

  9. Chinky Chimp says:

    your phone sends signals to a tower, the tower send signals to a satelite (each town has 1) the satelite sends the waves to the satelite in space, the space satelite does the same to a nother country or place and the same goes on, all this in atleast 0.0001 seconds

  10. Kevin Gravelle says:

    Well this video is made for the 4 year olds to learn about it…

  11. Jim Peeters says:

    what about sattelites?

  12. Eric Gossett says:

    He sure Is Cute.

  13. oplaopla1 says:

    Wow you don't mention the word "wave", and you are trying to explain how a cell phone works

  14. Whirled Peas says:

    this is like telling people that the way we get milk and eggs is that we get into our cars and drive to the store and then buy it there, and drive back home.

  15. Paul says:

    @youpipeification Novel? Nobel you mean?

  16. Andrew Garza says:

    omg, fucking waste of time

  17. Analyzingfunny says:

    Yes, but how do you hack it?

  18. AlishaTyler says:

    So is this like the first generation analogue cell phone technology??

  19. shidunce says:

    This technique produces significant part of electrosmog in addition to radiation from cellular antennas. Why they dont use "underground wirements" ? Becoz of low cost of transmitters and high cost of such underground networks.