4G Mobile Technology

Ashesh Shah
February 26, 2010
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4G Technology in Mobile

4G means fourth generation technology. 4G mobile technology is the name refers to the next generation of mobile phones. There is not yet an agreed industry standard for what constitutes 4G mobile, so for now it is merely a marketing term.
G is for generations

  • 1G technology – involved in mobile phones
  • 2G technology started 1990s, used in Digital format and introduced text messaging
  • 3G technology improved data is carried, carry enhanced information services such as web.

4G mobile is in its starting face not yet established as an agreed set of standards, so its features are simply goals rather than requirements increasing data transfer speeds, security messages and reduce blips during network switched. 4G mobile networks are based on IP address system.

In USA, two major systems using 4G mobile technology, one is WiMax and another is LTE.

4G mobile technology is widely used for internet access on computers and also used for cell phone communications. In which area, there is strong 4G coverage able to access broadband connections, not requires cabling.

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