iii Provide insights that are relevant to top management teams of firms willing

Iii provide insights that are relevant to top

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iii) Provide insights that are relevant to top management teams of firms willing to engage in the development and adoption of emerging open standards in order to align their competitive and product development strategies. Subharthi Paul (2008)did a study titled “Long Term Evolution (LTE) & Ultra- Mobile Broadband (UMB) Technologies for Broadband Wireless Access” gives a brief study of Long Term Evolution (LTE) & Ultra-Mobile Broadband (UMB) Technologies.The evolution of wireless telephone technologies can be discretely grouped into various generations based on the level of maturity of the underlying technology. The classification into generations is not standardized on any given metrics or parameters and as such does not represent a strict demarcation. However, it represents a perspective which is commonly agreed upon, both by industry and academia, and hence conceived to be an unwritten standard. At this time, there are two major efforts towards the development of the next generation - "4G" wireless access technology. The 3GPP or 3rd Generation Partnership project (brand named as Long Term Evolution) is the name of the 4G efforts being undertaken in Europe and the 3GPP2 or 3rd Generation Partnership project 2 (brand named as Ultra Mobile Broadband) is the 4G effort of North America and parts of Asia. This survey tries to present an evolutionary and objective sketch to the development efforts of these technologies that mark the future of wide area broadband wireless access technologies. Irfan Ullah (2012) Did a study titled“A study and analysis of Public WiFi”. The objective of this survey is to compare different technologies with WiFi in terms of cost factor, bandwidth and performance factor, and technology 24
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implementation factor The goal of this thesis is to analyze and compare different wireless network technologies with as focus on availability, number of nodes, total cost, end-user cost, vendor cost, range, reliability and security. The goal is to compare Local Area Network Wi-Fi technology (IEEE 802.11 a/g) with mobile wireless technology like 3G, 4G and LTE. Liwen Zhang (2010) did a study titled “a survey on long term evolution” Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a significant project of 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), initially proposed on the Toronto conference of 3GPP in 2004 and officially started as LTE work item in 2006. LTE, as a transition from the 3rd generation (3G) to the 4th generation (4G), has achieved great capacity and high speed of mobile telephone networks without doubt. It defines a new packet-only wideband radio with flat architecture and assumes a full Internet Protocol (IP) network architecture in order to assure voice supported in packet domain in design. In addition, it is combined with top-of-the-line radio techniques in order to gain better performance than Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) approaches. LTE provides scalable carrier bandwidths from 1.4 MHz to 20 MHz and frequency division duplexing (FDD), as well as time division duplexing (TDD). In this paper, it presents an overall description of
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