How does it work? - Mobile phone

How does it work? - Mobile phone

This animation demonstrates how mobile phones work.

Technology

Keywords

mobile phone, telephone set, smartphone, base station subsystem, transmitter tower, mobile phone tower, radio frequency, GSM, battery, SIM card, USB cable, ringtone, portable, electromagnetic, network, electronics, telecommunication, communication, physics, technology

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Scenes

Mobile phone network

  • mobile station
  • base station subsystem (BSS)
  • mobile phone tower
  • cellular network

Mobile phone

  • speaker
  • touchscreen display
  • microphone
  • notification light
  • Recent applications button
  • Home button
  • sensors
  • front camera
  • power button
  • SIM card tray door
  • Back button
  • rear camera
  • infrared port
  • LED light
  • volume control buttons
  • microUSB port
  • headset jack

Internal construction

  • front panel and display
  • SIM card
  • battery
  • back panel
  • rear camera
  • daughterboard
  • motherboard
  • front camera
  • SIM card tray
  • mid-frame
  • screws
  • transmitter coil for wireless charging

Electronics

  • power amplifier module (PAM)
  • front camera
  • processor
  • flash memory unit
  • SIM card tray
  • rear camera
  • LED light

Mobile phone and accessories

  • mobile phone
  • headset
  • USB cable
  • AC power adapter

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