Sunday, 6 April 2014

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New 4G LTE is Speedier than Rest

4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) is the fastest among the 4th generation networks leaving behindthe 4G network with HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access) standards. Thanks to the innovations in the world of technology, data on a 4G LTE network can transfer up to 10 times faster than a 3G network.
4G LTE uses Ultra Mobile Broadband (UMB) and WiMax (IEEE 802.16) standards.  
Performance Specifications:
Technically, 4G LTE's 5KM coverage is compliant with the 1,000M requirement. Its latency of 20-100ms is well in line with the 100ms required for most applications. LTE's data rate is 50 for upload
and 100 Mbps for upload with a carrier frequency in the 700 MHz, 2 GHz, and 2.6 GHz. This leads to a maximum payload of 2,500 bytes.
Fabulous Inspirational Elements
An inspirational blow of 4G LTE is obvious: It has revolutionized the entire mobile market. What other Wi-Fi networks can’t do is made possible through 4G LTE. Whether you are streaming videos on the go, sharing photos from a mountain peak or chatting with your loved-one on Skype, you can trust the power of 4G LTE.
Downloading Speed
4G-LTE offers a speed hit over 80Mbps. Downloading speed is 24-30Mbps which is way too high than the speed you had experienced on other networks.
Enable 4G LTE on phones or tablets for torrent videos and playing online games like never before, just because 4G is designed primarily as a data network and it uses the similar TCP/IP protocols that support the internet.
Market Trends
Time is ripe of network operators to adopt and start deploying 4G LTE networks. A huge contest is going on and in this race operators are trying to become the first-movers in order to satisfy ever-growing needs of customers and winning their loyalty.  A range of new business models is emerging paving way for 4G LTE.
Cellular suppliers have started to spread 4G technologies. Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are among those who have adopted this technology.  In terms of cellular devices, many fresher Android-based Smartphone’s are 4G LTE compliant, and even the iPhone 5, released in the second half of 2012, had 4G LTE competencies.

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