Monday, October 19, 2015

The Signal Difference GPRS, EDGE, 3G, HSDPA, and 4G

Review and Guide, difference in levels of technology in terms of accessing the internet. Each level shows the progress and development of previous technologies. The sequence is GPRS (2.5G), EDGE (2.75G), UMTS / EVDO / W-CDMA (3G) HSPA / HSDPA (3.5G) and 4G. Here's a little explanation of the level of the network technology.

General Packet Radio Service, is a technology that allows transmission and reception of data that promises speeds ranging from 56 kbps to 115 kbps, allowing access to the Internet, send e-mail, MMS (picture messages)

Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (2.75G) is a technology evolution of GSM and IS-136. In theory speed can reach 473.6 kbps EDGE so that the average speed of the EDGE 3 times faster than GPRS. Facilities provided as GPRS EDGE (e-mail, MMS, and browsing).

Third Generation Technology or W-CDMA / UMTS is the third generai of the development of wireless technology. If comparable to 3G CDMA EVDO (Evolution-Data Optimized). 3G has a higher-level facility of EDGE. EDGE network where if we could just browsing, e-mail, MMS, and browsing. 3G services also have the facility of video streaming, (including: video conferencing and video calling). In theory 3G access speeds of about 480kbps.

High-Speed ​​Downlink Packet Access is a 3G developments. HSDPA is often referred to as generation 3.5 G. Because HSDPA is still running on 3G platforms. Theoretically provide voice, video, or access at speeds up to 3.6 Mbps or 9 times faster than 3G service in general. The content itself is not much different from the content of 3G technology is already offered by several mobile operators in Indonesia, namely video call, mobile video, mobile TV, and video content. The difference is 3.5G deliver sharper images than the image offered by 3G.

Fourth-generation technology is often called LTE Advanced is the development of 3G technology. The official name of this 4G technology by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is "10G and beyond". There is no formal definition for 4G. However, there are some opinions that aimed to 4G, namely: 4G will be a fully integrated IP-based system. This will be achieved after the wired and wireless technologies can be converted and able to generate speed 100Mb / s and 1Gb / sec both within and outside space with premium quality and high security. 4G will offer all kinds of services at affordable prices.

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