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ITU and HEAD acoustics will not provide the detailed testing results of mobile phones provided by one mobile phone vendor to other mobile phone vendor(s). Car manufacturers, HFT suppliers or mobile network operators as participants are not allowed to share the detailed test results of a mobile phone of a particular vendor with other mobile phone vendor(s). (...) HEAD acoustics will test the mobile phones of one specific mobile phone vendor during a specific time slot (one mobile vendor per dedicated time slot), and hold conference calls to discuss the test results with participants either daily or per mobile phone vendor as appropriate.
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Score: 1288658 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...mobile-tests/test_event_3.aspx
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ITU and HEAD acoustics will n​ot provide the detailed testing results of mobile phones provided by one mobile phone vendor to other mobile phone vendor(s). (...) Participants should provide ITU with mobile phones to be tested in one of two ways: participants may ship the mobile phones to ITU by 15 August 2017  at the latest, or participants may bring the mobile phones on-site on the first day of the event. (...) HEAD acoustics will test the mobile phones of one specific mobile phone vendor during a specific time slot (one mobile vendor per dedicated time slot), and hold conference calls to discuss the test results with participants either daily or per mobile phone vendor as appropriate.
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Score: 1288089.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...mobile-tests/test_event_4.aspx
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The  list of mobile phones compliant with chapter 12 of ITU-T P.1100 and ITU-T P.1110 will be updated with the mobile phones which work properly with a vehicle's hands-free telephone system. (...) ITU and HEAD acoustics will not provide the detailed testing results of mobile phones provided by one mobile phone vendor to other mobile phone vendor(s). (...) HEAD acoustics will test the mobile phones of one specific mobile phone vendor during a specific time slot (one mobile vendor per dedicated time slot), and hold conference calls to discuss the test results with participants either daily or per mobile phone vendor as appropriate.
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Score: 1285053.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...mobile-tests/test_event_2.aspx
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Woman talking on her mobile phone. Dharavi slum, Mumbai, May 2015. © Credits Electromagnetic fields and public health: mobile phones 8 October 2014 Key facts Mobile phone use is ubiquitous with an estimated 6.9 billion subscriptions globally The electromagnetic fields produced by mobile phones are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as possibly carcinogenic to humans. (...) In some parts of the world, mobile phones are the most reliable or the only phones available. (...) While an increased risk of brain tumors is not established, the increasing use of mobile phones and the lack of data for mobile phone use over time periods longer than 15 years warrant further research of mobile phone use and brain cancer risk.
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Score: 1276982.1 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...nd-public-health-mobile-phones
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Pristupačni IKT Ekosistem Executive Training: Role of ICT in developing inclusive society for persons with disabilities Mobile communication accessibility framework ITU Regional Initiative 3 on ensuring accessible telecommunication/ICT, in particular for persons with disabilities Accessible mobile phones and services • According to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, access by persons to mobile phones and services in fundamental to enabling the enjoyment of these rights by persons with disabilities. • For PWD is important that mobile phones and services contain accessibility features and are compatible with assistive technologies such as hearing aids, and that they can communicate with others and access emergency services via relay services. (...) Mobile Communication accessibility policy framework • Mobile phone operators ensuring the availability of affordable and accessibility mobile phones to persons with disabilities; • Mobile phone operators providing information on these mobile phones, including their compatibility with assistive technologies such as hearing aids; • Mobile phone operators providing data or SMS only packages to deaf users who may not use voice services. (...) Key policy considerations • Regulators should work with appropriate emergency services and the mobile phone operators and mobile phone manufacturers to ensure the availability of equitable access to emergency services for persons with disabilities. • Regulators should liaise with mobile phone operators and manufacturers to ensure an adequate availability of affordable and accessible mobile phones to persons with disabilities. • Regulators should liaise with mobile phone operators to ensure adequate provision of information on these mobile phones, including their compatibility with assistive technologies such as hearing aids. • Mobile phone operators should consider providing data or SMS only packages to deaf users who may do not wish to and cannot use voice services.
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Score: 1276343.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ty%20framework%20BIH%20ENG.pdf
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Pristupačni IKT Ekosistem Executive Training: Role of ICT in developing inclusive society for persons with disabilities Mobile communication accessibility framework ITU Regional Initiative 3 on ensuring accessible telecommunication/ICT, in particular for persons with disabilities Accessible mobile phones and services • According to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, access by persons to mobile phones and services in fundamental to enabling the enjoyment of these rights by persons with disabilities. • For PWD is important that mobile phones and services contain accessibility features and are compatible with assistive technologies such as hearing aids, and that they can communicate with others and access emergency services via relay services. (...) Mobile Communication accessibility policy framework • Mobile phone operators ensuring the availability of affordable and accessibility mobile phones to persons with disabilities; • Mobile phone operators providing information on these mobile phones, including their compatibility with assistive technologies such as hearing aids; • Mobile phone operators providing data or SMS only packages to deaf users who may not use voice services. (...) Key policy considerations • Regulators should work with appropriate emergency services and the mobile phone operators and mobile phone manufacturers to ensure the availability of equitable access to emergency services for persons with disabilities. • Regulators should liaise with mobile phone operators and manufacturers to ensure an adequate availability of affordable and accessible mobile phones to persons with disabilities. • Regulators should liaise with mobile phone operators to ensure adequate provision of information on these mobile phones, including their compatibility with assistive technologies such as hearing aids. • Mobile phone operators should consider providing data or SMS only packages to deaf users who may do not wish to and cannot use voice services.
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Score: 1276343.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...y%20framework%20Montenegro.pdf
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The relevant signal processing is performed solely by the vehicle’s hands-free system and mobile phone. Using the control commands (AT-commands), HFTs request mobile phones to disable an internal signal processing. (...) The statistics of testing · 30 mobile phones; · 40 tests (27 Narrowband and 13 Wideband); · 30 % mobile phones comply with the requirements of this event; · 30 % mobile phones have the values in the approximate range; · 40 % mobile phones did not meet requirements of this event. 2. (...) Regardless that each mobile phone has this feature installed, this feature is expected to be deactivated when the mobile phone is used inside a car.
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Score: 1275898 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...7-11/Inputs/jca-cit-i-048.docx
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Template MOBILE PHONES AND YOUTH: A LOOK AT THE US STUDENT MARKET ©ITU February 2004 This paper has been prepared by Audrey N. (...) Of the 18 per cent who considered their mobile phone to be their main phone, about 54 per cent of them had had their mobile phone for two years or less. (...) Nokia, the Finnish mobile phone manufacturer that holds nearly 35 per cent of the global market for mobile phones, announced recently all its phones will have cameras by 2004.
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Score: 1275285.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni/futuremobile/Youth.pdf
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ITU and HEAD acoustics will not provide the detailed testing results of mobile phones provided by one mobile phone vendor to other mobile phone vendor(s). Car manufacturers, HFT suppliers or mobile network operators as participants are not allowed to share the detailed test results of a mobile phone of a particular vendor with other mobile phone vendor(s). (...) HEAD acoustics will test the mobile phones of one specific mobile phone vendor during a specific time slot (one mobile vendor per dedicated time slot), and hold conference calls to discuss the test results with participants either daily or per mobile phone vendor as appropriate.
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Score: 1268579.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...rms_conditions_test_event.aspx
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Note to technical editors Background The most common means of enabling communication via headsets and hands-free devices is to use the short-range wireless (Bluetooth®) connection to a mobile phone to connect the mobile network and enable voice transmission. (...) Conclusion Many Bluetooth® implementations in mobile phones do not satisfy the Hands-Free Profile Specification. (...) Another issue was found during the test event: Some mobile phones disable the internal signal in a Bluetooth® link, although the AT-command (“AT+NREC=0”) was not sent to the mobile phone.
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Score: 1266978.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...20to%20technical%20editors.pdf
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