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3g and 4g

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This ppt throws light on 3G and 4G technology.

This ppt throws light on 3G and 4G technology.

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  • 1. - Ahsan Aktar
  • 2. ITU International Telecommunication Union Founded in 1865 (Oldest International Organisation in UN history) the need to assist developing countries to plan, build, operate, upgrade, manage and maintain technologies applicable to their networks and services. The ITU plays a central role in the promotion and co- ordination of programmes to accelerate the transfer of appropriate technologies to developing countries
  • 3. Whats 1g? First generation Analog Launched in japan 1979 (NTT)
  • 4. 2g Digital Launched in Finland 1991 SMS More voice clarity
  • 5. 2.5g GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) MMS 30 to 48 Kbps upload 15 kbps download
  • 6. 3g EDGE (Enhanced Data rates of Global evolution) UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) 170 kbps download 30 kbps upload Launched in japan by NTT docomo 2001
  • 7. 3.5 g HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) 1 to 4 mbps upload 700 kbps download
  • 8. Advantages of 3.5g Mobile internet at broadband speed Internet gaming Video calls Voice clarity
  • 9. Disadvantages of 3g Installing new 3g equipments 3g compatible handsets Requires more power Connection rate
  • 10. Top five 3g providers in india BSNL Airtel Reliance Tata docomo Idea
  • 11. 3g providers in India Maharastra  Karnataka1. Tata 1. Tata2. Vodafone 2. Aircel3. Idea 3. Airtel A.P  Tamilnadu1. Airtel 1. Airtel2. Idea 2. Vodafone3. Aircel 3. Aircel
  • 12. Continued WestBengal  Haryana1. Airtel 1. Idea2. Vodafone 2. Tata3. Reliance 3. Vodafone4. Aircel5. Tata  U.P6. Idea 1. Aircel 2. Idea Punjab 3. Vodafone1. Idea 4. Airtel2. Reliance 5. tata3. tata
  • 13. Cont.. Rajasthan  Himachal Pradesh1. Reliance 1. Airtel2. Airtel 2. S.tel3. Tata 3. Idea 4. Reliance M.P1. Idea  Bihar2. Reliance 1. S.tel3. Tata 2. Airtel 3. Reliance 4. Aircel
  • 14. Cont.. Orissa  North East1. S.tel 1. Aircel2. Aircel 2. Airtel3. Reliance 3. Reliance Assam  Kashmir1. Reliance 1. Idea2. Airtel 2. Aircel3. Aircel 3. Reliance 4. Airtel
  • 15.  Operators are working together for intra circle roaming agreements. India in second next to US for internet using on mobile phones.
  • 16. 4g LTE (Lond Term Evolution) WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) 3 to 6 Mbps Un intreuppted Video calls Higher Resolution
  • 17. Sourceshttp://discusstech.org/2011/03/difference-between-3g-and-4g/http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-3g-and-4g-network-technology/http://www.m-indya.com/4g/differencebetween3gand4g.phphttp://www.techknots.com/mobiles/what-is-0g1g-2g-3g-4g/all/1/http://voicendata.ciol.com/content/ContributoryArticles/110071001.asp
  • 18. Thank You -M.Ahsan Aktar

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