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CTNS, read vomment below.
CTNS, read comment below. And a tower can have more than one antenna set on different frequency. Different company can have different antenna.Also, you just might pick up the signal from another cell tower.
Take a sausage, it's has similar propriety to your skin, put two nail on each end. Solder some wire on the nail and plug them on anything giving power. At about 30 volt, the sausage will smoke, by 120 volt it will burn. Don't try 240 unless you want to clean a sausage puree of your ceilling.
Everything is still analog. I won't get you a course of how radio wave are transmitted, but digital output cannot be send on a radio wave. A radio wave need to be alternating (AC) to be able to transmit. You can send a state of 0 and 1 put those will be represented by a corresponding analog wave (think MODEM, its digital from you computer to the modem, but analog after that). The only thing that allow us to have more than 7 call simultaneously is the coding. This coding allow multiple user on a single DS0 line, but you still cannot have more than 7 line active simultaneously. And no, I didn't read an article, it's my job. CTNS
Maybe, but maybe you didn't know that a cell tower cannot handle more than 7 DS0 communication line simultaneous. So when everyone call, they drop the extra. Soo, basically, once 7 people are one the line, you'll get a busy signal from that cell tower.
OK, I got your point, but if it's help you need, don't you think a simple wired telephone should be able to get the job done.Don't get me wrong here, I knew a thing or two about survival and preparedness and one thing I know for sure is that if power fail because of an earthquake or even a high atmosphere nuke detonation, the power coming out of those line would be out too since the machine supplying it would probably get destroyed.Don't believe that Los Angeles movie, in that scenario, most building are on the verge of collapsing, soo the wire are mostly cut.
This is illigal in most state accros the US and Canada. It is covered by the Computer Act.
Actually, ironing was basically a part of the dress making process which find it way to the general population. Before, only dressmaker and tailor ironed the clothe for them to be easy to sew together.
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