What is the difference between 3g and 3.5g?
Started by nikstr45 2012-06-01 21:48:01
3.5G is faster than 3G. It is actually means HSDPA-High Speed Downlink Packet Access. cURRENTLY IT IS NOW SUPPORTING 1.8 mb/s or 3.5 mb/s in downlink speed. Its data bearing achieved the speed of 384 kbps while the previous was 128 kbps. 3.75G is still in progress which will support upto 14.4 mb/s. with 3.5G you can download contents bit faster than a 3G.
Posted: 2012-06-10 20:41:11
Well 3G is connected with HSPDA with 7.6Mbps Download speed while 3.5G is connected with HSPA+ which provide us the download speed upto 41Mbps..!!
Posted: 2012-06-21 13:09:21
|KAMAL KUMAR RAJAK||
3.5g is more faster than 3g.asking this question is like asking difference between 2g nd 3g..
Posted: 2012-07-05 07:44:20
3G = 364 KBPS connection HSDPA (also called 3.5G) = 1.5= 3 MBPS connection Both are used for connectingto your network for Internet. Ifyour phone has3G or HSDPA support, the only way to have either is to be in a NETWORK that supports it.
Posted: 2012-07-14 13:52:51
3G, 3.5G refer to the speeds at which the mobile device canaccess theInternet.In general,the higherthe number the better is the datatransfer speed. 3G is a family of standardsfor mobile telecommunications, which includes UMTS, andCDMA2000 as well as the non-mobile wirelessstandardsDECT and WiMAX. Compared to 2G and 2.5G services, 3G allows simultaneous use of speech and data services and higherdata rates(at least 200 kbit/speak bit rate to fulfill to IMT-2000 specification). Today's 3G systems can in practice offer up to14.0 Mbit/s on the downlink and 5.8 Mbit/s on the uplink. 3.5G is an enhanced 3G protocol - High-Speed DownlinkPacket Access (HSDPA). This protocol belongs tothe High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA) family, which allows networks based on Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) to have higher data transfer speeds and capacity.
Posted: 2012-07-14 14:02:24
|Rajveer Singh Narwariya||
3.5G is faster than 3G. It is actually means HSDPA-High Speed Downlink Packet Access. Currently it is now suppourting 1.8 mb/s or 3.5 mb/s in downlink speed. Its data bearing achieved the speed of 384 kbps while the previous was 128 kbps. 3.75G is still in progress which will support upto 14.4 mb/s. with 3.5G you can download contents bit faster than a 3G.
Posted: 2012-09-20 17:02:42
|sayed mubasir mohammed thangal.p.k||
3.5G is faster than 3G. It is actually means HSDPA-High Speed Downlink Packet Access. currently it is now supporting 1.8 mb/s or 3.5 mb/s in downlink speed. Its data bearing achieved the speed of 384 kbps while the previous was 128 kbps. 3.75G is still in progress which will support upto 14.4 mb/s. with 3.5G you can download contents bit faster than a 3G.
Posted: 2012-12-22 19:35:39
According to International standards, mobile telecommunication technology is divided on this basis and so mobile technology are classified as 2g, 3g, 4g as we now say it. 3G refers to 3rd generation mobile telecommunication technology and these phones service and network comply with the International Mobile Telecommunication-2000. These phones which support 3g network are tested by these authorities and they are given a test. The difference in 3G and 3.5G is the speed of the network and the data transfer speed. In the case of 3G, the average data transfer is about 200kbit and in 3.5G it is around 300kbit. The 3G network used UMTS or HSDPA network tower through which the higher speed is observed. The 3G network is more often seen than 3.5G as their speeds vary to a small amount. 3G also support applications such as video on demand, Mobile TV, Video Conference, Telemedicine, Location based services, Global Positioning System. This is also seen in 3.5G. The network usage in 3.5G will be far less used and hence this proves to be the better than 3G in all departments. The increase in speed is observed due to the reduction in usage of number of users, network bandwith, number of servers connected, day or night... and other factors
Posted: 2013-01-14 19:43:19
same as between between hsdpa and hsupa lol
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Posted: 2013-02-21 18:04:33
3g is hsdpa 3.5g is hspa
Posted: 2013-02-22 00:11:13
3.5g is faster than that of 3g. It completely based on HSPDA means( high speed Downling packet access )means now u get more speed on downloading or opnening of any url than that of 3g case. 3.5g gaves a speed of 384 kbps while 3g gaves 128 kbps
Posted: 2013-02-23 20:45:05
3G was released and it not only gave us more reliable faster datarates of up to 384kbps but itâ€™sbased upon a far better better platform that allows syncronous voice and data usage. With 3G browing the web performing more media intensive data work becamse a reality and in some cases still rivals some broadband connections we have in out homes. With 3.5G, 3.75G, 4G and now HSPA we really now have no excuse to be connected to the Internet where-ever we go and its only a matter of time before the PDA or mobile phone truly becomes the data tool of choice as our lives become ever mobile.
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