Personal Digital Cellular
Personal Digital Cellular ( PDC or short ) is a wireless standard, which is used exclusively for the Japanese market, where he was also developed. He is attributed as the second generation of cellular standards GSM. At weddings, the system had 80 million participants.
The standard was set by the Japanese TV standards organization ARIB 1991. He used the frequency bands 800 MHz and 1.5 GHz and supports voice transmission services, such as call waiting, call forwarding, and voice mail. In addition, data transfer is up to 9.6 kbit / s. March 31, 2012 NTT DoCoMo introduced as the last operator of a service.
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