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cellular signal

A chemical released by cells and tissues to stimulate metabolic activities within those tissues or in other parts of the body. Neurotransmitters, hormones, peptides, cytokines, arachidonic acid derivatives, and other chemicals are all signaling molecules.
See also: signal
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Wilson Electronics, LLC, home of WilsonPro and weBoost, is a market provider of cellular signal booster technology, dedicated to delivering wireless network coverage to everyone, everywhere.
"Through the industry's most advanced line of cellular signal boosters, we help solve the leading issues facing the cellular industry today--dropped calls and inadequate data access due to poor signal penetration through vehicles and buildings while we boost weak signal strength."
When the cellular antenna was turned off, that same iPhone 5 ran for 8 hours and 26 minutes, so it's quite clear that big drops in battery life are likely a result of poor cellular signal strength.
Wilson cellular signal boosters work with phones, tablets, data cards, machine-to-machine (M2M) applications as well as cellular-enabled multiple Internet access devices, such as the Mi-Fi, which operate on networks using North American cellular bands.
Front-panel indicators display current cellular signal strength.
Even in buildings where there is adequate coverage near windows in exterior offices, the cellular signal often weakens as callers move toward the interior of the structure.
In order for calcium to participate in cellular signal transduction processes, it has to be brought into the cell form the extracellular environment.
CellAntenna developed the custom building repeater solution that U2 uses at each venue in their current tour to ensure the cellular signal is present for the promotion.
Finally, cellular signal transduction can be altered (e.g., activation of transcription factors, changes of gene expression); cell growth, proliferation, and differentiation can be promoted; and apoptosis leading to cell death or cancer development can be induced (Qian et al.
When a customer "powers up" the phone, it will search for a digital cellular signal. If digital is not available, it will search for an analog cellular signal.
Wilson Electronics, the industry provider of cellular signal booster technology, has announced the launch of the new WilsonPro Enterprise 1300/1300R and WilsonPro Enterprise 4300/4300R family of cellular amplifiers in Canada, the company said.
The congressman said there is no power in the whole province of Eastern Samar while several areas do not have cellular signal as well.

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