The Inner Workings of Mobile Phones

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How are phones manufactured or created if you like? Please I need a basic insight from someone with experience of the whole manufacturing process. How does the ordinary phone work? Can I design my own phone and contract a company to manufacture it for me or would I have to outsource to different companies who manufacture the parts before assembling the component in a single factory?

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The Inner Workings of Mobile Phones

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Hello,

How are you? A mobile phone includes a circuit board, an antenna, a liquid crystal display, a keyboard, a microphone, a speaker, a battery and so on. The circuit board is actually the heart of the system. The analog to digital and digital to analog conversion chips translate the outgoing audio signal from analog to digital and the incoming signal from digital back to analog. The digital signal processor (DSP) is a highly customized processor designed to perform signal-manipulation calculations at high speed. The microprocessor deals with commands and control signaling with the base station and also coordinates the rest of the functions on the board. The ROM and flash memory chips offer storage for phones. That is exactly it.  

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