The Advent of 4G Telecommunication Assignment

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Running head:THE ADVENT OF 4G TELECOMMUNICATIONThe Adventof4G TelecommunicationAssignment NumberStudent IDName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s noteTable of Contents
1THE ADVENT OF 4G TELECOMMUNICATIONShort paragraph on ‘The advent of 4G telecommunication’..........................................2Outline............................................................................................................................3References......................................................................................................................5Short paragraph on ‘The advent of 4G telecommunication’The 1stgeneration networking used the analogue internet transmission to deliver thespeech, the 1stgeneration telephone system also facilitated the roaming facility as well. NMT(Nordic Mobile Telephone), AMPS (advance telephone system), TACS (Total access
2THE ADVENT OF 4G TELECOMMUNICATIONcommunication), 1G enhance the mobile phone market scenario globally from 30% to 50%yearly. The speed was typically 9.6 kbps. The 2ndgeneration networking comes with theintegration of the standards PDC (Personal Digital Cellular), GSM (Global system forcommunication over mobile) and D-AMPS (Digital-Advanced Mobile phone service), it hadsome unique features- the people can communicate digitally over the phone, theSMSservicewas initiated at that time. The 2ndgeneration came with the better data services and betterprivacy features; the speed typicallyrangesfrom 56 to 115 Kbit/s. After 1G and 2G, 3G orbetter say UMTS come into the picture, the users can make wide area wireless telephony, the3G network provides the facility of video calls alongside broadband wireless connection. 4Gis the newbie in the industry. The 4G technology has better data connectivity, consists ofenhanced QoS, also have the better roaming abilities. Now the users can conduct telephonyover the wireless network. The speed is typically 100Mbit/s. The standard of 4G has beendefined in the International Mobile Telecommunications Advanced (IMT-Advanced) and ithas been proposed to deliver about 1 GB/s for the stationary users. Other services that itoffers are streamed multimedia, IP telephony and the gaming facilities. Thus it can beconcluded that the telecom industry is constantly evolving and 4G technology is providinglotsofscopes.OutlineI. Chapter 1: Introduction1. Background of the study
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