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A cellular network is also known as a mobile network. A cellular or mobile network is a communication network where the last link is wireless. Cellular networks get distributed over areas of land called cells. Each land area receives at least one fixed-location transceiver (a device that can both transmit and receive information). Usually, three cell sites get linked to one base transceiver station. A base station provides the cell with the network coverage that gets used to transmit voice, data, and other types of content. Typically, cells use a different set of frequencies from neighboring cells to avoid interference to provide guaranteed service quality. When the cells and transceivers work together, portable transceivers like mobile phones, tablets, and laptops equipped with mobile broadband modems and pagers, can communicate with each other. Click Here to learn more about cellular networks.