Mobile Internet

What is the meaning of LTE?

LTE is a mobile cellular technology originally introduced in the Scandinavian cities of Stockholm and Oslo in 2009. Since then, it has seen several enhancements and has been one of the most widely deployed technologies worldwide. As we enter the 5G era in many countries, LTE is expected to stay for a long time alongside …

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What is carrier aggregation in 4G LTE networks?

4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) and 5G NR (New Radio) mobile networks employ a wide range of network technologies to improve data rates for end-user devices. The enhancements are implemented at a network level and require updates to the devices so that they can benefit from the enhancements. However, these network improvements are backwards compatible …

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Why is my mobile data so slow?

We all have some bad days with our internet services from time to time, and mobile internet is no different. In mobile communications, the mobile internet is mostly referred to as mobile data or cellular data. Of course, you will find people who, for various reasons, may want to throw more sophisticated terminologies into the …

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What is GPRS in GSM?

GPRS is a mobile network enhancement that was introduced as the first packet-switched mobile data technology in the GSM networks. The introduction of GPRS allowed mobile operators to offer efficient mobile data services to their customers. The word ‘efficient’ is important here because GSM networks already had the capability to offer very limited data services …

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What speeds do you get with GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+, 4G LTE and 5G NR?

As a mobile phone user, you may find it hard to keep up with all the network technologies that your mobile operator is introducing all the time. The latest network generation is 5G which is enabled by a technology New Radio abbreviated as NR. While the meaning of 5G may differ depending on the use …

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