Wednesday, 21 November 2018

3G evolution to rival DVB-H, WiMAX - Analysys

By Lorraine Turner, Total Telecom
Thursday 09 February 06

But 3G LTE requires more spectrum; report calls for uncertainties over costs to be addressed quickly.

The evolution of 3G cellular technology could rival the speed and capacity claimed for upcoming technologies such as WiMAX and DVB-H, according to a new report from Analysys.The report, Prospects for the Evolution of 3G and 4G, states that 3G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) – also dubbed Super 3G - could offer speeds of up to 100 Mbps and support a range of new services from 2009 onwards…

The evolution of 3G cellular technology could rival the speed and capacity claimed for upcoming technologies such as WiMAX and DVB-H, according to a new report from Analysys.The report, Prospects for the Evolution of 3G and 4G, states that 3G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) – also dubbed Super 3G - could offer speeds of up to 100 Mbps and support a range of new services from 2009 onwards…

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