May 24, 2016
Wireless technologies have made significant progress in recent years, enabling many applications in addition to traditional voice communication with a mobile phone. 3G and transfer of data at high speeds have transformed the mobile telephone services and wireless services.
In this section, we look at the following wireless technologies:
3G stands for third generation mobile telephony. Mobile phones and equipment using the 3G wireless transmit and receive data much faster than second-generation systems, making possible many features and applications.
LTE super 3G:
Super 3G will be the next major evolution in the field of radio communications networks. Super 3G is a standard being finalized which is part of the future evolution of 3G. It includes a significant increase in the rate of transfer of data and better performance, which is a net progress in the field of mobile broadband.
WiMAX stands for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access. It is a telecommunications technology aimed at providing long range wireless data, and in various ways.
Wi – Fi, short for Wireless Fidelity, is the term used to denote wireless broadband links over small distances between mobile computing devices such as laptops and the Internet.
Femtocells are low power access points that allow combining mobile technologies and Internet inside the House. They work similar to a cordless phone.
Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range radio technology that uses the radiofrequency fields to transmit signals over short distances between telephones, computers and other equipment. This technology simplifies communication and synchronization between devices, without using cables.
DECT stands for Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications, is a common standard for wireless phones. This is a radio technology suited for voice applications, data and applications of networks at home, at work, or in public environments. Many wireless phones used in homes are implementing DECT technology.