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what is 5G?

WHAT IS 5G? SPEED, LATENCY AND TECHNOLOGY.

WHAT IS 5G? 5G is the fifth in the generations of Mobile Wireless technology after 4G. It provides higher multi Gbps (Gigabyte per second) peak data speeds, ultra-low latency, massive network capacity, increased reliability, and availability. It is a unified platform designed to virtually connect everything and everyone. I mean everything, including devices, machines, objects, …

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what is 3G?

WHAT IS 3G? AN EASY GUIDE TO ITS ORIGIN, MEANING AND DEFINITION.

WHAT IS 3G? 3G, the third generation in Cellular Mobile Phone Technology. It has data transmission rates of up to 200Kbit/s (kilobits per second), about 50 times the speed of 2G. It allows for high-speed data transfer and more data capacity at lower costs; it certainly permanently brought us online. The first standards of 3G …

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WHAT IS HSPA AND EVOLVED HSPA?TECHNOLOGY, SPEEDS AND FEATURES.

WHAT IS HSPA? HSPA commonly referred to as 3.5G is a pair of mobile protocols, HSDPA and HSUPA (High-Speed-Downlink-Packet-Access and High-Speed-Uplink-Packet-Access). Both were created to enhance and optimize the performance of current 3G telecommunications networks utilizing the WCDMA protocol (Wideband-Code Division Multiple Access). HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access) commonly known as 3.5G or 3G+ was introduced …

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0G DEFINITION, ORIGIN AND MEANING. HERE’S EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW.

  Looking to begin a professional career in Telecommunications requires a basic understanding of the history and innovations of the Wireless Network. Beyond just an interest in jobs in Telecoms, even basic activities such as buying a new phone present choices from smartphone features to 3G, 4G, and 5G network types. Knowing the best option …

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1G DEFINITION, ORIGIN, AND MEANING. ALL YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT IT.

  What is 1G? 1G, also commonly known as the First Generation in Cellular Mobile Technology introduced the very first wireless phones. Although they were bulky handheld devices and weighed a ton, the fact that people could hold them anywhere they went made the concern of their size a non-issue. Those phones will be laughed …

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what is 2g?

2G DEFINITION, ORIGIN, SPEED AND MEANING. 9 BEST FEATURES TO UNDERSTANDING GSM.

  What is 2G? 2G is the Second-Generation of Mobile Cellular Networks and it is based on the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) standard. It allowed for Voice calls and for the very first time, gave us the ability to send SMS (Short Message Service) and MMS (multimedia messages or simple picture messages) from …

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2.5G – GPRS DEFINITION, ORIGIN AND MEANING. THE EVOLUTION OF MOBILE PHONE TECHNOLOGY.

  WHAT IS 2.5G OR GPRS? GPRS is the standard generation launched after 2G and it is usually referred to as 2.5G. It fully means General Packet Radio Service. It is a packet-switching communications protocol used to describe 2G systems that have implemented a packet-switched domain in addition to an existing circuit-switched domain. Its data rates …

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what is EDGE?

2.75G – EDGE, AN EASY GUIDE ON THE ORIGIN DEFINITION, AND MEANING.

WHAT IS 2.75G- EDGE? 2.75G also known as EDGE means Enhanced-Data-Rates-For-GSM-Evolution. EDGE is an advanced super-set of the GSM network, it is implemented as an add-on enhancement, making an upgrade to its system easy. It provides speeds of up to 236 Kbit/s (Kilobytes per second) with a theoretical maximum speed of 473.6 per second for …

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