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4G – The speed and standards of this technologyofwireless needsto be at least100 Megabits per second and up to 1 Gigabit per second to pass as 4G. Italso needsto sharethe networkresourcesto support more simultaneous connections on the cell. As it develops, 4G could surpass the speed ofthe average wireless broadband home Internet connection. Few devicesare capable ofthe full throttle yet. Coverage of true 4G is limited to large metropolitan areas. Outside ofthe covered areas, 4G phonesregress to the 3G standards. We have a waysto go. For now, 4G is simplya little faster than 3G. 4G LTE – Long Term Evolution – LTE sounds better. Thisbuzzword is a version of4G that isbecoming the latest advertised technology but still not true 4G as thestandards are set. When you start hearing aboutLTE Advanced and WIMAX Release 2, then wewill betalking abouttrue fourth generation wireless technologies because they arethe onlytwo formats realized by theInternational TelecommunicationsUnion as True4G atthis time.
Posted: 16-06-2013 @ 23:09:49
4G – The speed and standards of this technologyofwireless needsto be at least100 Megabits per second and up to 1 Gigabit per second to pass as 4G. Italso needsto sharethe networkresourcesto support more simultaneous connections on the cell. As it develops, 4G could surpass the speed ofthe average wireless broadband home Internet connection. Few devicesare capable ofthe full throttle yet. Coverage of true 4G is limited to large metropolitan areas. Outside ofthe covered areas, 4G phonesregress to the 3G standards. We have a waysto go. For now, 4G is simplya little faster than 3G. 4G LTE – Long Term Evolution – LTE sounds better. Thisbuzzword is a version of4G that isbecoming the latest advertised technology but still not true 4G as thestandards are set. When you start hearing aboutLTE Advanced and WIMAX Release 2, then wewill betalking abouttrue fourth generation wireless technologies because they arethe onlytwo formats realized by theInternational TelecommunicationsUnion as True4G atthis time.
Posted: 16-06-2013 @ 23:09:48
In telecommunications, 4G is the fourth generation of cell phone mobile communications standards. It is a successor of the third generation (3G) standards. A 4G system provides mobile ultra-broadband Internet access, for example to laptops with USB wireless modems, to smartphones, and to other mobile devices. Conceivable applications include amended mobile web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing and 3D television. Recently, Android and Windows enabled cellular devices also falls in the 4G category. One base advantage of 4G is that it can at any point of travelling time provide an internet data transfer rate higher than any existing cellular services (excluding broadband and Wi-Fi connections) Two 4G candidate systems are commercially deployed: the Mobile WiMAX standard (at first in South Korea in 2006), and the first-release Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard (in Scandinavia since 2009). It has however been debated if these first-release versions should be considered as 4G or not, as the technical definition below. In the U.S. Sprint Nextel has deployed Mobile WiMAX networks since 2008, and MetroPCS was the first operator to offer LTE service in 2010. USB wireless modems have been available since the start, while WiMAX smartphones have been available since 2010, and LTE smartphones since 2011. Equipment made for different continents are not always compatible, because of different frequency bands. Mobile WiMAX are currently (April 2012) not available for the European market. In Australia, Telstra launched Fixthe country's first 4G network (LTE) in 2011 claiming "2–40Mbps" speeds and announced an "aggressive" expansion of that network in 2012. In New Zealand the first 4G network will be introduced in December 2013
Posted: 21-05-2013 @ 17:06:27
In telecommunications, 4G is the fourth generation of cell phone mobile communications standards. It is a successor of the third generation (3G) standards. A 4G system provides mobile ultra-broadband Internet access, for example to laptops with USB wireless modems, to smartphones, and to other mobile devices. Conceivable applications include amended mobile web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing and 3D television. Recently, Android and Windows enabled cellular devices also falls in the 4G category. One base advantage of 4G is that it can at any point of travelling time provide an internet data transfer rate higher than any existing cellular services (excluding broadband and Wi-Fi connections) Two 4G candidate systems are commercially deployed: the Mobile WiMAX standard (at first in South Korea in 2006), and the first-release Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard (in Scandinavia since 2009). It has however been debated if these first-release versions should be considered as 4G or not, as the technical definition below. In the U.S. Sprint Nextel has deployed Mobile WiMAX networks since 2008, and MetroPCS was the first operator to offer LTE service in 2010. USB wireless modems have been available since the start, while WiMAX smartphones have been available since 2010, and LTE smartphones since 2011. Equipment made for different continents are not always compatible, because of different frequency bands. Mobile WiMAX are currently (April 2012) not available for the European market. In Australia, Telstra launched Fixthe country's first 4G network (LTE) in 2011 claiming "2–40Mbps" speeds and announced an "aggressive" expansion of that network in 2012. In New Zealand the first 4G network will be introduced in December 2013
Posted: 21-05-2013 @ 17:06:26
4G technology is the next generation of mobile phone technology; the next step up from 3G. It is based on a technology called Long Term Evolution (LTE) which is far more efficient than 3G allowing more data through the available bandwidth.So it’s newer and more efficient than current mobile technology but you jalsot want to know is how much faster is 4G speed Theoretically 4G can offer a download speed of over 600Mbps. However in the real world expect to see a 4G speed of around 10 – 50Mbps. This is at least twice as fast as the latest 3G technology.
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 16:34:58
100 megabits per second (Mbit/s) f
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 15:16:40
4G is the fourth generation of cell phone mobile communications standards but is not avalabal in india and its speed is 10 to 12 mbps..
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 14:27:11
avg speed of 4g is 100 mbps
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 14:26:44
hi rajiv359, 4G technology is the next generation of mobile phone technology; the next step up from 3G. It is based on a technology called Long Term Evolution (LTE) which is far more efficient than 3G allowing more data through the available bandwidth.So it’s newer and more efficient than current mobile technology but you jalsot want to know is how much faster is 4G speed Theoretically 4G can offer a download speed of over 600Mbps. However in the real world expect to see a 4G speed of around 10 – 50Mbps. This is at least twice as fast as the latest 3G technology.these speeds are good enough to enable you to watch TV or stream an HD film.
Posted: 06-03-2013 @ 14:13:01
the internet speed will be 100mbps in average in 4G network
Posted: 26-02-2013 @ 08:28:23
avg speed of 4g is 100 mbps
Posted: 15-02-2013 @ 10:07:16
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Posted: 09-02-2013 @ 20:23:19
4G is the fourth generation of cell phone mobile communications standards but is not avalabal in india and its speed is 10 to 12 mbps.of ur mobile and NOKIA LUMIA 920 ANS APPLE 5 AND GALAXY S 3 THIS PHONES ARE PROVIDING 4G
Posted: 22-10-2012 @ 11:39:43
By comparison, 3G or third-generation networks offer data transmission speeds averaging around 200 kilobits per second (kbps), which is significantly slower than those that 4G technology makes possible. Network connections on 4G may also be more accurate during travelwhen user and tower locations are at a constant rate of change. *. A stationary user can even see 1 gigabits per second (Gbps) download speeds with 4G. Technologies that contribute to 4G include Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM), which is designed to carry more data by splitting radio signals that are broadcast over different frequencies and are immune to interference.
Posted: 12-10-2012 @ 22:55:23
4G is the fourth generation of cell phone mobile communications standards but is not avalabal in india and its speed is 10 to 12 mbps..
Posted: 12-10-2012 @ 17:30:38
In telecommunications, 4G is the fourth generation of cell phone mobile communications standards. It is a successor of the third generation (3G) standards. A 4G system provides mobile ultra-broadband Internet access, for example to laptops with USB wireless modems, to smartphones, and to other mobile devices. Conceivable applications include amended mobile web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing and 3D television. Recently, Android and Windows enabled cellular devices also falls in the 4G category. One base advantage of 4G is that it can at any point of travelling time provide an internet data transfer rate higher than any existing cellular services (excluding broadband and Wi-Fi connections) Two 4G candidate systems are commercially deployed: the Mobile WiMAX standard (at first in South Korea in 2006), and the first-release Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard (in Scandinavia since 2009). It has however been debated if these first-release versions should be considered as 4G or not, as the technical definition below. In the U.S. Sprint Nextel has deployed Mobile WiMAX networks since 2008, and MetroPCS was the first operator to offer LTE service in 2010. USB wireless modems have been available since the start, while WiMAX smartphones have been available since 2010, and LTE smartphones since 2011. Equipment made for different continents are not always compatible, because of different frequency bands. Mobile WiMAX are currently (April 2012) not available for the European market. In Australia, Telstra launched Fixthe country's first 4G network (LTE) in 2011 claiming "2–40Mbps" speeds and announced an "aggressive" expansion of that network in 2012.[1][2] In New Zealand the first 4G network will be introduced in December 2013.[3]
Posted: 02-10-2012 @ 12:12:37
ok
Posted: 29-09-2012 @ 07:26:29