• Mobile broadband is the marketing term for wireless Internet access through a portable modem, mobile phone or other Introduction. mobile device.
• Although broadband has a technical meaning, the phrase "mobile broadband" is a wireless carrier marketing term for Internet access. Bit rates of broadband support voice and video as well as other data access. Devices that provide mobile broadband to mobile computers include: PC cards, USB modems, USB sticks often called "dongles", and portable devices with built-in support for mobile broadband. Notebooks with built-in mobile broadband modules are offered by many laptop manufacturers.Description.
• The GSM Association of telecommunication manufacturers, mobile phone producers, integrated circuit manufacturers and notebook manufacturers have joined forces to push built-in support for mobile broadband technology on notebook computers. The association established a service mark to identify devices that include Internet connectivity with devices not usually associated with it.The GSM Association.
• Various network standards may be used, such as GPRS, 3G,iBurst UMTS/HSPA, EV-DO and some portable satellite-based systems. However mostly the term refers to EVDO, EDGE on GSM and HSPDA/HSUPA/HSPA on UMTS/3G/Foma. Such systems piggyback on the mobile phone infrastructure. The actual "non-Mobile Phone" Mobile networks are very small subscriber base compared to fixed wireless broadband. A common vendor tactic is to quote the peak speed for the entire channel. This capacity can be shared among other users, or limited in other ways as the network becomes more popular.Networks Standards.
• In 2002, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(IEEE) established a Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) working group. They developed the IEEE 802.20 standard in 2008, with amendments in 2010. Another working group, IEEE 802.16, produced standards adopted in products using the WiMAX trademark.• A barrier to mobile broadband was the coverage the mobile phone networks can provide. In many areas customers will not be able to achieve the speeds advertised due to mobile data coverage limitations. In addition, there are issues with connectivity, network capacity, application quality, and mobile network operators overall inexperience with data traffic. Development.
• After mobile broadband subscribers hit 500 million in 2010, at the end of 2011 Ericsson predicted it will be doubled to a billion.• In the United Kingdom, a group known as Digital Britain was set up, with the aim of promoting digital telecommunications. The conclusion of the steering group was a recommendation that the government took up, namely to have 100% broadband coverage, with a minimum speed of 2Mbps in the United Kingdom by the year 2012. Mobile "broadband" using 3G is not now expected to be able to ensure 2Mbit/s broadband coverage to the more remote areas of the UK as coverage is tooDevelopment. poor and contention too high.