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Onward to 4G...   By wirelessdevnet.com
by Puneet Gupta They re Already Talking About 4G Several new standards have been proposed which don t fit into this classification of 2 2.5 or 3G. These standards either provide only data services and or provide much higher data rates than those specified by 3G systems. Examples are 1Xplus and 1XTREME. Since they use a single CDMA carrier they may...

A Look At GPRS, HCSD, and EDGE   By wirelessdevnet.com
Technologies like GPRS General Packet Radio Service High Speed Circuit Switched Data HSCSD and EDGE fulfill the requirements for packet data service and increased data rates in the existing GSM TDMA networks. I ll talk about EDGE separately under the section Migration To 3G" . GPRS is actually an overlay over the existing GSM network...

More About GPRS   By windowsitpro.com
John fields reader responses to his January 30 commentary. John D. Ruley InstantDoc 38032 February 13 2003 My comments about General Packet Radio Service GPRS problems in the January 30 edition of Mobile Wireless UPDATE generated quite a few responses. To read that commentary GPRS Moving Violation go the URL at the end of this...

Intranet Journal Staff 02 20 02 Printer Friendly Version Lucent Technologies said it has successfuly demonstrated secure wireless Internet protocol IP virtual private network VPN connections. The tests involved the establishment of secure data access from a universal mobile telecommunications system UMTS data test terminal connected to a corporate...

Evolving Today's Networks Towards 3G   By wirelessdevnet.com
The 3rd Generation Mobile System will most likely grow out of the convergence of enhanced 2nd generation mobile systems with greater data transfer speed and capacity and 1st generation satellite mobile systems. Evolution to the current generation mobile networks to 3G doesn t necessarily mean seamless upgradation to the existing infrastructure to the...

Anthony C. McClure Senior Technologist RemoteSite Technologies The Wireless Internet WAP WML 3G iMode GPRS all buzzwords and all getting plenty of attention these days around the water cooler and in the boardrooms of many companies. The answers to the questions emerging from these encounters may rest on your shoulders -- but fear not As a current...

Rapid-Fire Wireless   By sdmagazine.com
1G 2G 3G It5; s a new day for mobile development By Dana Cline March 27 2003 In the past the wired world has existed separately from wireless telecommunications. Now the two fields are converging. Bill Day5; s March 26 session on wireless development gave an overview of various protocols and platforms but fell short of inspiring this developer...

Destination: Third Generation   By wirelessdevnet.com
Standardization of 3G mobile systems is based on ITU International Telecom Union recommendations for IMT 2000. IMT 2000 specifies a set of requirements that must be achieved 100 for a network to be called 3G. By providing multimedia capacities and higher data rates these systems will enhance the range and quality of services provided by 2G systems....

Individual Technology Evolution Paths   By wirelessdevnet.com
A variety of technologies standards exist and therefore so do the number of paths that can be taken. The table below briefly summarizes these standards. GSM and TDMA To 3G GSM and TDMA systems have more or less the same set of options for migrating to 3G. The path to 3G is not as simple in case of GSM TDMA as is in the case of CDMA. The main evolutionary...

EDGE! Will TDMA and GSM Ever Meet?   By wirelessdevnet.com
EDGE is a new time division multiplexing based radio access technology that gives GSM and TDMA an evolutionary path towards 3G in 400 800 900 1800 and 1900 MHz bands. It was proposed to ETSI in 1997 as an evolution to GSM. Although EDGE reuses GSM carrier bandwidth and time slot structures it is not restricted to use in GSM cellular systems only....

Using iSync and Bluetooth   By oreillynet.com
by Wei-Meng Lee 10 18 2002 Apple has released the beta version of iSync the synchronization software based on the SyncML protocol. iSync synchronizes the contact and calendar information on your mobile devices with your Macintosh. In addition if you have more than one Mac it will also help to synchronize the information in your address book and iCal...

Calling a Server Script   By wirelessdevnet.com
Without the ability to perform server transactions WML would only serve to provide a standardized way to display text on a client. Adding in the ability to dynamically connect to remote servers opens up every WAP device to the world of Internet messaging enterprise data and e-commerce. WAP devices interact with these data sources through a WAP gateway...

Excerpt: Why WAP Doesn't Work   By anywhereyougo.com
Dec 01 2000 Marc Ramsay and Dr. Jakob Nielsen Nielsen Norman Group No WAP Now Study Urges Companies to Wait for 3G Read a discussion with one of the report s authors Read a review of the report The following is an excerpt from WAP Usability Report Field Study in London Fall 2000 published by the Nielsen Norman Group. The full report can be purchased...

Sep 10 2001 Jay Staton Staff Writer AnywhereYouGo.com We have all heard the rumors and have drooled in anticipation of the 3G next-generation mobile networks but that is then and this now or so they say. Originally designed by Ericsson Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution EDGE will help bridge the gap between current mobile data rates and...

Dec 01 2000 Paul Whitaker Director -- Technology Partnerships AnywhereYouGo.com No WAP Now Study Urges Companies to Wait for 3G Read an excerpt from the report Read a discussion with one of the report s authors WAP doesn t work." That s the conclusion drawn by Jakob Nielsen and Marc Ramsay in the recent field study WAP Usability."...

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