Most of us like things done swiftly yet efficiently, be it our transport, work or surfing internet. Earlier we all used to line up outside a cafe to check or send our mails, but now with the mobile revolution we all are able to check and surf the net from our mobile phones itself. The boom in the smart phone market has increased the market for mobile internet.
The 1st generation mobile technology or 1G started way back in 1980’s and is now currently standing in its 4th generation. 4G rectifies the shortcomings of 2G, 2.5 G and 3G technologies. The problem with 3G technology was it offered less bandwidth range for mobility and static applications. The streaming of videos and all was much better but it still lacked that smoothness and finesse.
4G on other hand overpowered those problems with ease, we could send large multimedia files or make a live video call without any lag whatsoever. Since the mobile system was IP based, 4G ensure high speed internet at low costs. It also ensured portability of service globally and made sure QoS is maintained at a highest level. The switching were seamless, scheduling was way better and mobile services were scalable.
The compatibility with other wireless technologies such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi etc. is possible in 4G. This technology also provided good spectral efficiency. Due to its broader bandwidth, the service will be seamless and the data handling and management will be much more efficient. The data are sent through the network via data packets, voice and video files are also sent on a single network effectively. The capacity of a network is usually dependent on the user usage traffic, self-balancing the network conditionally.
There are many areas 4G would be helpful like navigation, traffic controls, motion sensors etc. By coming years 4G would take over the entire mobile world by storm and by that time the costs would be considerably low.
Download 4g Wireless Systems Documentation.