Why is mobile communication called cellular?

The mobile phone maintains radio communications within a coverage area divided into cells (“cells”). Each cell has its own rather strong receiver and transmitter, the antennas of which are located on special pads or on the roofs of buildings. When moving the owner of a mobile phone, his phone itself is constantly “looking for” the antenna that sends the strongest signal.

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