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Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET
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Mike Wood MOBINE KOMUNIKACIJE POVVEZUJU ČOVEČANSTVO-SVET

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  1. TELSTRATEMPLATE4X3BLUEBETA|TELPPTV4MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDPRESENTED BY MIKE WOODEMF WORKSHOP CHAIRMANITU-T STUDY GROUP 5 WORKING PARTY 2 VICE CHAIRMANITU WORKSHOP ON HUMAN EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETICFIELDS – TURIN MAY 9 2013
  2.  Radio communications in the community Overview of wireless technologies Example radio spectrum plot Benefits of good mobile network coverage EMF safety standards Mobiles in today’s society Global connection statistics Smart phones capturing our history Summary, conclusion & recommendations Wireless Quiz – test your general knowledgeAcknowledgements- GSM Association – www.gsma.com- EMF Explained Series – www.emfexplained.info 2Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDPresentation overview
  3.  TV & Radio Broadcast Emergency Services 2-Way radio Mobile phones. Mobile broadband WiFi. WiMax. Blue tooth Walkie Talkies Baby Monitors3Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDCommunities rely on wireless communications
  4.  High speed datacommunications Internet connectionfor mobile & fixeddevices Short distance Low power 2.4GHz & 5GHz4Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDWiFi – ‘Wireless Fidelity’
  5.  Wirelessmetropolitan-areanetwork standard High speed datacommunications broadband internetaccess 2.3GHz, 2.5GHz3.5GHz & 5.8GHz ‘last mile’ internetconnection5Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDWiMax – ‘Worldwide Interoperability forMicrowave Access’
  6.  Cellular network ofradio base stations Pico cells Micro cells Macro cells In building systems Phone and internetconnection for mobile’stablets, PC’s & devices6Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDMobile networks
  7.  Snapshot of radio thefrequency spectrum inSydney 1MHz – 1GHz Many radio services Hundreds of base stations Thousand’s of connections Low levels of EMF7Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDExample spectrum plot in Sydney
  8. 8Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |A better signal means Good quality reception Fewer dropped calls Faster data Longer battery life Lower EMFMOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDMobile network coverage
  9. 9Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDEMF safety standards
  10. 10Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDEMF safety standards
  11. 11Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDMobiles in today’s society
  12. 12Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDMobiles have changed the way we live
  13. 13Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDMobiles connecting machines
  14. 14Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDGlobal connections
  15. 15Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDGlobal connections
  16. 16Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDSmart phones – capturing our historySt Peters Square 2013 smart phones capturingphotos and video auto upload to cloudservers, social networks huge demand on mobilenetwork capacity people expect real time& fast connection
  17. 17Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |MOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDChanging times - crowds atsmart phone launches
  18. 18Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |HOW TIMES HAVECHANGEDThe kitchen phoneonce advertised as‘one of the most usefulappliances you can have’
  19. 19Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |Usage People are using wireless more and more in everyday life Mobile networks provide essential communications for communities Data over wireless is growing exponentiallyNetworks Networks must continue expanding to meet consumer & communitydemand for coverage & capacity, especially for dataSafety Networks are designed to meet the safety limits and minimise EMF Harmonised standards deliver most efficient networks and lowest EMFMOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDSummary & Conclusionsmobile networks - necessary to deliver a connected world
  20. 20Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |Responding to WTSA-12 Resolution 721. Guidelines for developing countries2. Raise awareness through the creation of a website & app on EMF3. Provide a regional portal for the website – access to simplified and localinformation, Q&A4. Training workshops in developed and developing countries on EMFcompliance standards and ITU recommendations5. Online EMF training resources – inc local / regional options6. Guidelines and assistance with EMF monitoring & compliance systemsMOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDRecommendations & Ideas
  21. WIRELESS QUIZ21Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |
  22. WIRELESS QUIZTest your wireless general knowledgeQuestions:1. When did the 1st radio transmissionoccur?2. Who made the 1st mobile phone call?3. Globally, how many mobileconnections are there today?4. When was the 1st iPhone launched?5. When was the 1st SMS sent?22Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |
  23. WIRELESS QUIZTest your wireless general knowledgeQuestions:1. When did the 1st radio transmissionoccur? Guglielmo Marconi, an Italian inventor,proved the feasibility of radio communication. Hesent and received his first radio signal in Italy in 18952. Who made the 1st mobile phone call?Martin Cooper, an engineer with Motorola, made thefirst call from a mobile phone on 3 April 1973,3. Globally, how many mobileconnections are there today?6.6 Billion4. When was the 1st iPhone launched?June 20075. When was the 1st SMS sent?December 3, 1992, the first text went from a PC to amobile device over Vodafones U.K. network andexpressed the simple message "Merry Christmas."23Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |
  24. 24Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |EMF Information Sources EMF Explained Series Mobile Networks delivering a connected world (GSMA)Industry Associations GSM Association Mobile Manufactures ForumStandards Associations ITU-T SG5 Environment & Climate Change IEC TC106 Assessment of EMF with human exposureMOBILE COMMUNICATIONSCONNECTING THE WORLDReferencesmike.wood@team.telstra.com
  25. THANK YOU25Mobile Communications Connecting the World |Mike Wood | 9 May 2013 |

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