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Latoria Wilson

Dr . Robert Culver

CIS 500

4G Wireless Systems

5/5/2013

Introduction

4G may be the fourth era of wifi network solutions. Now at the moment most companies are still using 3G network and including to the 4G network. At the moment three carriers (AT& T, Verizon, and Sprint) include integrated 4-G services and phones to consumers. 4G was designed to optimize data above the network, improving the speed and efficiency of data delivery. Consumers will be able to place a call and connect to the web at the same time. With implements of 4G among the carriers can vary from LTE to WiMax. In this record it will compare and contrast 3G sites to 4-G networks, and distinguish between the 4G LTE, 4G WiMax, and 4G WiBro sites.

Compare 3G Network to 4G Network

3G network was launch around the start of 2150. 3G network provided consumers the ability to give and receive SMS, MMS, and present e-mal to device for the first time. Now 3-G have a summary of network solutions like CDMA, UMTS, and EDGE that are offered. While 4G network present services just like LTE, WiMax, and WiBro services. 3G opened a fresh world which allows users to stream online video and music, video calling, and video conference meetings. 4G applications allow users to have high-definition television, IP telephony and in many cases 3D television. The 3-G mobile network is a Large Area Cell Base network. The data happen to be sent through Packet Switching and voice-calls are viewed through Signal Switching. The 4G network doesn't employ circuit-switch system. The 4G network runs on the wireless LOCAL AREA NETWORK and Large Area which is pure box base Net Protocol IP) system. Info request moves from the satellite to a central office using a microwave technology. In return, the users are able to hook up to the data using a wired network to the internet.

3-G data during rate is up to 3. you Mbps with a bandwidth of 5 to twenty MHz. 4G data through rate is usually 3 to 5 Mbps but in new study calculating at 95 to three hundred Mbps with...

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