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An Introduction To Mobile Technologies and Services by Michael Sharon, Co-founder / CTO, SocialightOverview 1.What does “mobile” mean? Components • Typical device features • 2.The state of the industry Operators, Devices, Openness, Ease of • development 3.Mobile development options Types of devices • OSes, languages, platforms • Applications •1. What does “mobile” mean?Mobile From the Latin mobilis - “to move” “able to move freely or easily” “able or willing to move freely or easily between occupations, places of residence and social classes” Device, state of being, industryMobile device Mobile, wireless or cellular phone - a portable, handheld communications device connected to a wireless network that allows users to make voice calls, send text messages and run applications. AKA keitai, personal handy phone WARNING: Jargon & Acronym ladenMultimedia Reinvented Computer PhoneMany devices. Many manufacturers. Many formats. Motorola RIM Samsung Kyocera Palm Nokia BenQ Fujitsu Mobile device manufacturers Sanyo Sharp LG SonyEricsson AppleFeature Smart PDAs/ phones phones handheld Price Proprietary, PalmOS, S60, Windows OS Mobile, Linux Series40 PocketPC Applications Java or BREW Any AnyMobile development ecosystem Publishing Certification Air interface Mobile operator Data bearer Mobile UI Deployment Mobile OS Packaging Platform Languagewhy mobile? one handed use limited (input, processing, battery life) rich (sensors, usage) small truly ubiquitousMobile phone capabilities Bluetooth WAP WiFi GPS TDMA PTT GPRS EDGE GSM CDMA UMTS W-CDMA ringtones NFC monochrome colour RFID voice text graphics images WiMax speaker cameras microphone 1990 2000 2007Mobile evolution (briefly)G - 1/2/3/4 G G refers to the different generations of mobile devices. First generation (1G) cellphones were analog devices. Second generation (2G) devices were digital, and third generation (3G) allows for voice, data and advanced services. Early mobile phones 0G Expensive • 1946-1980’s In cars/trucks/briefcases • Voice only •First generation cellular networks • 1G Radio signals = analog • 1980’s-now Technologies - AMPS / DataTac • First Blackberry (850) • Voice + Limited data •• Second generation cellular networks 2G • Digital. Voice + SMS + Circuit switched data 1990’s-now • GSM, iDEN, CDMA, TDMA • Marketing term 2.5G • GPRS, HSCSD, WiDEN 1990’s-now • Also EDGE, CDMA2000 1x-RTTGSM Global System for Mobile Communications GSM is the most popular standard for mobile phones worldwide used by 2.2 billion people on over 210 networks. US Operators = T-Mobile, Cingular according to this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GSM