• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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Design and Development of Multi-Media Data Download System for GSM Mobile Phones


OK Kyoung-Dal, Lee Sang-Bum, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 63-72, Jun. 2004
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Keywords: Mobile Handset, GSM, CDMA, Download System, Mobile Computing

Abstract

Recently the range of mobile phone's usage has become more widely since phone has the function of data communication and voice communication. In addition, the request of users who wish to represent their identity on their mobile phones by storing some kinds of multimedia data such as images and melody has increased. There are two different methods for downloading the multimedia data; one method accesses a wireless internet server to download the data and another method downloads the data from PC directly. While the first one requires extra fee for downloading the data, the second method has weakness to modify the original data and it cannot be used in GSM phone yet since it is developed for CDMA phone. In this paper, we introduce a PC-based download application system that enables the users to download multimedia data from PC to GSM phone very easily.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
OK Kyoung-Dal and Lee Sang-Bum (2004). Design and Development of Multi-Media Data Download System for GSM Mobile Phones. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 5(3), 63-72.

[IEEE Style]
O. Kyoung-Dal and L. Sang-Bum, "Design and Development of Multi-Media Data Download System for GSM Mobile Phones," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 63-72, 2004.

[ACM Style]
OK Kyoung-Dal and Lee Sang-Bum. 2004. Design and Development of Multi-Media Data Download System for GSM Mobile Phones. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 5, 3, (2004), 63-72.