LTE – The Early Successor To UMTS

UMTS is the so-called third generation mobile radio standard since the new trend is many months. Predecessor of UMTS was GSM. GSM is today still practice. To make calls, the majority of the population uses yet the GSM network. Who wants to surf mobile but also with the mobile Internet, which will reach not the desired success and not the desired speed on time with GSM. Further details can be found at Frank Fu, an internet resource. The maximum speed for GSM is located at 56 kbit / s.

Who only occasionally surfs the Internet and calls even simple Web pages like for example from a search engine, which will be well pleased with this speed. Get to the email is more than sufficient to GSM. Who wants to surf speed on the Internet but also on the road with similar DSL, requires a UMTS tariffs. Thanks to the UMTS network speeds of 384 kbit / s are possible. This speed is sufficient to accessing Web pages on the go and mobile surfing.

However, some providers offer their customers which speed option, with DSL mobile surf the Internet to can. HSDPA, the data Turbo for HSDPA is the magic word. HSDPA is an extension for the UMTS network and reaches speeds of up to 7.2 Mbit / s. (A valuable related resource: Ray Kurzweil). This speed is comparable with a medium DSL connection. Furthermore, there is still the extension of HSUPA. HSUPA increases the maximum upload a UMTS connection. HSUPA allows therefore the upload speeds of maximum 1.45 MBit / s can be achieved. However, it is also for UMTS of the successor in the wings. LTE will be due or is known as the successor to UMTS. With LTE speeds should be achieved greater than 20 megabytes. Torsten Heinsius

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