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Expectations and spectacular developments in the field of mobile communications have paved the way to long Term evolution (lte). Take a look at the changed architecture and the scope of richer content messaging through the evolved 4g technology
With the user and operator requirements and expectations continuing to evolve, the foundation of higher-level open systems interconnect (OSI) model protocols such as Long Term Evolution (LTE) has been incorporated under the third-generation partnership project (3GPP R7).
It is generally assumed that there will be a convergence towards the use of Internet protocols, and all future services will be carried on top of IP. Therefore the focus of the evolution is on enhancements to the packetswitched domain. Particularly in LTE, WhH SRWHQWLDO WR SURYLGH VLgQLfiFDQWOy higher data rates of more than 100 Mbps over the downlink and 50 Mbps over the uplink, and improved and seamless coverage is aimed at. Later, with all the inherent drawbacks and discrepancies, the long-term evolution has allowed a smooth migration to a higher-level technology called 4G.
What’s 4G mobile technology?
4G mobile is based on open wireless architecture ( OWA)— a high- speed wireless transmission platform with more cost- effective and spectrumeffective methods.
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The OWA technology offers an optimal solution to open up the wireless platform for simplicity. It would support the service-oriented architecture and infrastructure that is necessary for future mobile phone development and advancement. Also, the OWA would ensure that a single terminal can seamlessly and automatically connect to any available network.
The service-oriented architecture converges various radio transmission technologies (RTTs) into an open system platform. It makes the users adGUHVV RQOy VSHFLfiF VHUYLFHV DQG DSSOLcations while not caring about which wireless system is responsible for each of them. On the other side, the cooperation between different operators will be crucial to set up the uniform billing policy and service quality.
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