AMR radiotelephone network (Czechoslovakia)

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The very first analog mobile radio telephone in Czechoslovakia (and in the whole Eastern Bloc) was AMR (sometimes AMRAD), in Czech language Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon (Automated Municipal Radiotelephone).wikipedia
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The very first analog mobile radio telephone in Czechoslovakia (and in the whole Eastern Bloc) was AMR (sometimes AMRAD), in Czech language Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon (Automated Municipal Radiotelephone).
The Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon (AMR) launched in 1978, fully operational in 1983, in Czechoslovakia as the first analog mobile radio telephone in the whole Eastern Bloc

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AMR radiotelephone network (Czechoslovakia) (in Czech, Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon)

Czechoslovakia

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The very first analog mobile radio telephone in Czechoslovakia (and in the whole Eastern Bloc) was AMR (sometimes AMRAD), in Czech language Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon (Automated Municipal Radiotelephone).

Eastern Bloc

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The very first analog mobile radio telephone in Czechoslovakia (and in the whole Eastern Bloc) was AMR (sometimes AMRAD), in Czech language Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon (Automated Municipal Radiotelephone).

Czech language

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The very first analog mobile radio telephone in Czechoslovakia (and in the whole Eastern Bloc) was AMR (sometimes AMRAD), in Czech language Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon (Automated Municipal Radiotelephone).

Radiotelephone

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The very first analog mobile radio telephone in Czechoslovakia (and in the whole Eastern Bloc) was AMR (sometimes AMRAD), in Czech language Automatizovaný městský radiotelefon (Automated Municipal Radiotelephone).

Tesla (Czechoslovak company)

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The system was developed by company Tesla in Pardubice.

Pardubice

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The system was developed by company Tesla in Pardubice.

O2 Czech Republic

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The network was owned and operated by state telecom company "SPT Telecom" (later Český Telecom, then Telefónica O2 Czech Republic).

Nordic Mobile Telephone

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AMR network was followed by mobile network based on NMT standard (450 MHz, on September 12, 1991, by Eurotel) and a radio-paging service (RDS) in 1992.

Eurotel

AMR network was followed by mobile network based on NMT standard (450 MHz, on September 12, 1991, by Eurotel) and a radio-paging service (RDS) in 1992.

GSM

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In 1996 the first network based on GSM standard was started in the Czech Republic.

Czech Republic

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In 1996 the first network based on GSM standard was started in the Czech Republic.

Base station

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The complete network has 63 base stations and capacity for 9,999 users (4 numbers were used for identification).

Hertz

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Three frequency bands were used: 162/167 MHz for the experimental network, 161/165 MHz for the country level network and 152/157 MHz for local networks.

Czechoslovak koruna

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Fixed monthly payment tariff was used, 1000 Kčs per month in 1990, because the system was unable to record call details.