NETW 563 Getting 4G

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NETW 563 Getting 4G
Is the United States on track for 4G deployment? What barriers do you foresee preventing widespread …

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NETW 563 Getting 4G

NETW 563 Getting 4G

Course Discussions Week 6 All Students Posts – 29 Pages 

Is the United States on track for 4G deployment? What barriers do you foresee preventing widespread acceptance and deployment?  What is the evolution of cellular technology?  What are the current 3G technologies?

1G technology started back in the 1980s and operated off the AMPS, NMT, and TACS network. This established the mobile connectivity between devices and mobile voice services.

2G technology started back in the 1990 in operated off the D-AMPS, GSM/GPRS, cdmaOne network. 2G allowed more voice capacity on the network. On 1G, you were only allow to have one user per channel but on 2G, you could have up to 8 users per channel. cdmaOne was the foundation of 3G

3G started around the 2000s and operated on the CDMA2000/EV-DO, WCDMA/HSPA+, TD-SCDMA networks. 3G allowed users to use internet on there mobile devices and broadband in there homes. 2G had speeds of up to <0.5 Mbps while 3G you could get up to 14.7 Mbps.

4G started around the 2010s and operate on the LTE and LTE Advance networks. 4G provides more data capacity for richer content. 4G spans out to international mobility for users…