Until recently, we have witnessed the evolution of mobile technologies from radio frequency technologies to 3G technologies which are currently making waves around the world. A new technology has now arrived here, 4G mobile technology. This technology is nothing more than a new technology for the next generation of mobile phones. It was released in the United States from 2009. But, in India, it is a relatively new wave that has not yet reached a crescendo. In India right now we are in the middle of the 3G wave of mobile technology.
To simplify things, 4G refers to the fourth generation of mobile technologies. We have come to this point due to the evolution of technology from its primitive 1G version to 4G technology. In other words, 3G mobile technology covers the transport of data in its digital formats. This activity results in improved information services such as websites in their original formats, etc. Apple’s famous iPhone is a silent testament to the success of 3G mobile technology. Although we haven’t gotten to it yet, 4G mobile technologies are the next wave of improvisation in mobile technology.
This technology has not yet taken hold, and it does not have any agreed set of standards and rules, let alone protocols. However, it is sure to revolutionize the way people use the internet on their cell phones. This technology is not yet fully defined and therefore cannot be said to be fully discovered. This new technology implies improved security features since the transfer of data is increasingly done through wired fiber optic networks, wireless networks, etc.
One of the main goals of 4G mobile technology is to minimize transmission problems when devices are transported from one area to another. Another goal of this new technology is to harness the power of IP networks to increase the safety and security of data transferred over a fiber optic cable network. If 3G has made e-commerce a reality, then 4G will make uninterrupted Internet access a reality for everyone. The United States uses 4G technologies in two ways: WiMAX technology, and the other is Long Term Evolution or LTE technology.
4G technology is mainly used for the transfer of data and voice over the Internet and fiber optic cable networks. Customers who have a strong 4G network at home can use it to access high-speed Internet access through Wi-Fi networks built into routers and switches. This installation does not require the use of cables for data and voice transfer. Unobstructed internet access, via external networks outside of those offered by cafes, airports and libraries, will become a reality, thanks to the advent of 4G networks.
Source by Harish Desai