In networking, a “cell” is a designated coverage area served by a single cell tower or base station in a cellular network. The cellular architecture divides the coverage area into cells, each using specific radio frequencies to prevent interference and optimize wireless communication. Cells vary in size based on factors like population density, with seamless handoffs between adjacent cells allowing mobile devices to stay connected while moving.


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