The One And Only Cell Phone!

By: M&MÕs


Have you ever lost your iPod?  Have you ever lost you Barbie?  Have you ever wondered where you last put your cell phone? Well, youÕre in luck! In my report I have a little secret about finding your cell phone.  Sorry.  If you lost your Barbie, I canÕt help you.  This is my report on cell phones. I will talk about the facts, what it looks like, and the history. Yea!  Enjoy!

Facts about Cell Phones

This is a paragraph on how to protect your cell phone. According to FCC, every cell phone is supposed to have a unique factory-set electronic serial number (ESN) and telephone number (MIN). A cloned cell phone is one that has been reprogrammed to transmit the ESN and MIN belonging to another (legitimate) cell phone. Unscrupulous people can obtain valid ESN/MIN combinations by illegally monitoring the radio wave transmissions from the cell phones of legitimate subscribers. After cloning, both the legitimate and the fraudulent cell phones have the same ESN/MIN combination and cellular systems cannot distinguish the cloned cell phone from the legitimate one. The legitimate phone user then gets billed for the cloned phoneÕs calls. Call your carrier if you think you have been a victim of cloning fraud. Well, now you know how to protect your cell phone, good luck! But, it may not be very easy, good luck anyways!

This is a paragraph on cell phones that look alike.

According to someone, There is one cell phone that looks like an iphone, but it isnÕt. It looks like it is an iphone until you look on the back of the phone. Only then can you tell. You can go to the website to see what it is about. ItÕs kind of weird to do this, but I think that itÕs also cool.



       This paragraph talks about what color cell phones are.
According to the person who wrote this article, available in 20 colors ranging from bright pink, green and cyan to more subdued navy blue and white, the new phones were recently showcased on the runways of Japan in the fashion-forward Harajuku district to celebrate the opening of Softbank's newest and largest store there. Well-known Japanese models, dressed in clothing color-coordinatedwith the phones, displayed the phones in a true catwalk style. If you donÕt know what colors there are, there are lots of colors.

         This is a paragraph on what cell phones look like on the inside. According to Marshall Brain, Jeff Tyson and Julia Layton, on a "complexity per cubic inch" scale, cell phones are some of the most intricate devices people use on a daily basis. Modern digital cell phones can process millions of calculations per second in order to compress and decompress the voice stream. If you take a basic digital cell phone apart, you find that it contains just a few individual parts. The circuit board is the heart of the system. Here is one from a typical Nokia digital phone. You will see several computer chips. Let's talk about what some of the individual chips do. The analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion chips translate the outgoing audio signal from analog to digital and the incoming signal from digital back to analog. You can learn more about A-to-D and D-to-A conversion and its importance to digital audio in How Compact Discs Work. The digital signal processor (DSP) is a highly customized processor designed to perform signal-manipulation calculations at high speed. So, if you look inside your phone you will see several parts.



This is a paragraph on when the cell phone was invented. According to want to know it, in 1973, Dr. Cooper set up a base station in New York with the first working prototype of a cellular telephone, the Motorola Dyna-Tac. Mr. Cooper and Motorola took the phone technology to New York to show the public. So in 1973, Dr. Martin Cooper invented the cell phone.


Well I sure hope that you liked my report, now you know how to protect your phone, that there are different brands of cell phones that look exactly the same, when it was invented, and even what colors they come in. Good-Bye!