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Fourth generation cellular communications technology

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Fourth generation cellular communications technology refers to an even faster data transfer rate that 3G. Fourth generation networks have been introduced to consumers and eventually 3G will become a thing of the past just as the 1G and 2G networks. The difference between 3G AND 4 G networks is how they are operated. “4G networks do not have a circuit-switched subsystem, as do current 2G and 3G networks. Instead, 4G is based purely on the packet-based internet protocol”. With this new and improved for worldwide digital
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Wireless Networks 3 networking changes the way people communicate all together. The data transfer capability of 4G provides opportunities for mobility and mobile commerce. Individuals can perform business functions from their cellular device or other electronic devices such as tablets or iPads. These advances in technology also allow people to be mobile with their careers. Many organizations are using cloud networks. Cloud networks allow for companies data bases to be web based there for individuals can log on to their job database from a remote location. Most consumers are taking advantage of technology and using it to their benefit. Along with fourth generation speeds have also come other technological advances such as WiMAX, LTE, AND WiBro. WiMax, which is an abbreviation for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, is a form of wireless broad band. It can be used to replace cable and DSL. Wi Bro or also know as Wireless Broadband allows 4G networks to “integrate wired and wireless networks to enable seamless service, anytime, anywhere”.
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