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Page 43 - ITU Kaleidoscope 2016           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 43 - ITU Kaleidoscope 2016 P. 43 ICTs for a Sustainable World 3. Mobile phones (cellular technology) and Wireless Act, which has become tougher to get, post 26/11 terrorist attack in Mumbai (India). (...) (U/VHF) Transceivers 3.3 Mobile phones (cellular technology) A few big fishermen use the VHF/UHF portable two-way radio handsets (also called Walkie – Talkie). (...) General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is an text and no graphics/image. enhancement to GSM networks and gives data rates between 30 Kbps and 90 Kbps. 3.2 Satellite based (Satellite phones and Direct To Home (DTH)) Mobile phone services are matured and multiple telecom service providers provide the services at an affordable Satellite phones, are the mobile phone that connects to geo- price.
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Score: 1226674.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page43.html
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This will enable mobile phone users to utilize their mobile phones as tickets or cash for services such as public transport, concert tickets and so on. (...) By reading the code with their mobile phone, users will be able to download additional information about the product. (...) Figure 4.4: Quick response for Mobile Phones Image of a 2D quick response code to be read by mobile phones Source: NTT DoCoMo SNEAK PREVIEW: “Shaping the Future Mobile Information Society”: Japan case study Lara Srivastava, Policy Analyst, ITU Chapter 4 (Excerpt) JAPAN’S 3C’S: CARDS, CODES AND CHIPS Chips Cards Codes
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Score: 1226515.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni/futuremobile/japansneak.pdf
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Instead of sharing a phone number with family members or neighbours, those provided with a Movirtu cloud phone number will be able to use any mobile phone to log in with their own unique number to make and receive individual calls and access critical information and services such as banking or agriculture support. (...) “By providing low-income communities with access to secure mobile accounts and identities, Movirtu is helping to bridge the divide between those that have easy access to mobile phones and those that rely on community phones or paying a borrower’s premium to friends to meet their communication needs,” she added. (...) “It is a basic fact not everyone in the world can afford their own mobile phone,” said Ramona Liberoff, Executive Vice President of Marketing, Strategy and Planning at Movirtu.
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Score: 1226138.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...numbers-under-un-backed-scheme
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By the end of 2010, four mobile phone operators had signed up more than 15.4 million subscribers — more than half of Kenya’s adult population — to their mobile money transfer services. (...) “By making it easy for unbanked people to hold money in the mobile wallets linked to their mobile phone numbers, the hope is that eventually the money will find itself in an actual bank account,” explains Mr. (...) But taking advantage of the wide popularity of mobile phones, some banks and telecoms providers are literally taking their show on the road, sending staff from town to town in even the most remote rural areas to demonstrate how mobile money transfers work.
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Score: 1225344 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...obile-transfers-expand-banking
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Microsoft PowerPoint - JK-presentation Accra, Ghana, 26-28 May 2008 International Telecommunication Union Electromagnetic Radiation from Mobile Electromagnetic Radiation from Mobile Phones and their base stations: Health Phones and their base stations: Health EffectsEffects Joseph K. Amoako Radiation Protection Institute Ghana Atomic Energy Commission Regional Development Forum 2008 “Bridging the Standardization Gap in Developing Countries” Accra, Ghana, 26-28 May 2008 Accra, Ghana, 26-28 May 2008 International Telecommunication Union 2 BACKGROUND (1) Everyone is exposed to a complex mix of Electromagnetic fields of different frequencies The worldwide estimate of mobile phone users is over 1.6billion In Ghana, it is estimated that mobiles phone users numbers about 8 million (35% of population) Accra, Ghana, 26-28 May 2008 International Telecommunication Union 3 BACKGROUND (2) There is increase in the number of base stations installed mostly in residential area, school premises, etc. Despite the tremendous benefit of mobile phones and other related technologies there are public concerns about the potential adverse health effects from exposure to radio frequency radiation from base stations and handsets Accra, Ghana, 26-28 May 2008 International Telecommunication Union 4 SOME STATISTICS IN GHANA 3.4million 78,000 220,000 360,375 1997 2001 2006 NUMBER OF MOBILE SUBCRIBERS NUMBER OF FIXED LINESYEAR Accra, Ghana, 26-28 May 2008 International Telecommunication Union 5 CONCERNS FOR HEALTH Given the number of mobile phone users in Ghana, even a small adverse effect on health could have a major public health implication A number of public agitation through letters, public demonstration and legal suits against installation of mobile phone antennae in some communities have taken place Accra, Ghana, 26-28 May 2008 International Telecommunication Union 6 Public Agitations in Ghana Agitations are very strong in communities such Aburi, Kitase, Ahwerease Ashongman, Macarthy Hill and Tema where the number of cell base stations have increased in recent years There are at least two court cases pending in Accra on installation of mobile phone masts in residential areas These agitation had led to convening of several meeting between operators, NCA and EPA but a permanent solution is yet to be found.
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Score: 1224951.4 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../26/04/T26040000060004PDFE.pdf
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Mobile phone applications are making ‘early warning’ a matter of seconds instead of weeks for animal disease outbreaks, and essential veterinary care can be tracked with pinpoint accuracy and speed, thanks to the Global Positioning System function now directly integrated in most cell phones. (...) EpiCollect tracks animals’ medical history via the mobile Web In Kenya, for example, where three out of four people now have a mobile phone, FAO has partnered with the Royal Veterinary College and local NGO Vetaid, to  support the pilot testing of a mobile phone application developed by researchers at the Imperial College London’s School of Public Health. (...) The EpiCollect database is not searchable, so prying eyes won’t find potentially sensitive information. “Cellular phones eliminate delays in receiving field data, since all the information is relayed via the mobile network,” said Allport.
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Score: 1224372 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...ng-Kenya-s-livestock-sector/en
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PowerPoint プレゼンテーション The role of broadcasting in emergency ~based on evaluation of media used during the Great East Japan Earthquake~ Mitsuhiro SHIOZAKI Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) Japan Thanks for support and contributions from all over the world in response to the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake Offers from 163 countries and regions, and 43 international organizations Condolences expressed by more than 180 countries and regions, and more than 60 international organizations As of October 17,2011, survey by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan Immediately after the earthquake, the usefulness of mobile phones, mobile phone messages and terrestrial broadcasts received higher evaluation and at the end of April, the evaluation of the usefulness of mobile phones, mobile phone messages and terrestrial broadcasts exceeded that of radios. During the period from the occurrence of the earthquake until the end of April, the websites and search sites of administrative agencies and news media received higher evaluation Phone calls and Emails Broadcasting Internet Others Figure : Evaluation of media used during the disaster 1 The role of broadcasting in disaster-damaged areas Mobile phones Mobile phone messages Terrestrial broadcastings Search sites Words of mouth from neighborhoods At the time of occurrence of the earthquake In immediately after the quake Until the end of April AM radios Administrative agencies’ websites (Source) The University of Tokyo Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, Research Survey Reports in Information Studies 2012 No. 28, “Information Behaviors in Tokyo Metropolitan Area after the Great East Japan Earthquake” 2 Figure : Through what media did you know about the earthquake first?
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Score: 1224237.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...adcasting%20in%20emergency.pdf
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In the few countries where they have emerged, companies such as M-Pesa can use any phone or phone card to provide affordable services to customers wherever there is a mobile phone signal. (...) Wanjiku, about 1 million Kenyans use M-Pesa, a joint product of the Vodafone/Safaricom mobile phone company, the Commercial Bank of Africa and Faulu Kenya, a micro­finance organization. (...) In South Africa, First National Bank also partners with cell phone provider Mobile Telephone Networks (MTN), which provides services for South Africans who already have a bank account but also want to send and receive money over cell phones.
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Score: 1223309.2 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...2008/bank-every-african-pocket
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Access can be via a fixed or mobile network. HHU4212_HHCMale - Number of individuals using the Internet, male HHU4212_HHCFemale - Number of individuals using the Internet, female HHU271own_HHTotalIndividual - Total number of individuals who own a mobile phone Indicate the total number of individuals who own a mobile phone. An individual owns a mobile cellular phone if he/she has a mobile cellular phone device with at least one active SIM card for personal use. It includes mobile cellular phones supplied by employers that can be used for personal reasons (to make personal calls, access the Internet, etc.) and those who have a mobile phone for personal use that is not registered under his/her name.
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Score: 1222974.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...Questionnaire_2022_updated.pdf
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Already a significant percentage of mobile phones include a camera and a color display. (...) As of today, almost all mobile phones include JPEG. Many video capable phones include H.263 and MPEG-4 Part 2 simple profile. (...) Mass deployment of H.264 in mobile phones is expected with the roll-out of 3GPP Rel. 6 capable devices.
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Score: 1222844.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...s/abstracts/S1_abs3_wenger.pdf
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