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Saturday, April 21, 2012

LTE: Simplifying the Migration to 4G Networks

Over the past two decades, the way people communicate, stay informed, and are entertained has changed dramatically. There have been two major technologies driving this change: the Internet and mobile wireless communication. We have grown accustomed to the wealth of information available through the Internet and the mobility provided with wireless communications. Now these two forces are merging to enable the mobile Internet. With this convergence, mobile data services have grown significantly each year.

However, people have a certain expectation for their Internet experience that the mobile wireless environment has not fully met since the speed at which they can access their services has been limited. Mobile operators realize if they are to succeed in today’s communications landscape, they must address the quality of experience for their users. As a result, they are deploying broadband network technologies, such as 3G or third generation and enhanced 3G, including UMTS, HSPA, and CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A. Going forward, mobile operators will continue to evolve their networks to improve the user experience and service opportunities. One such evolutionary technology is the 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) specification.

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