Mobile Core

3G UMTS networks: What is UMTS and why does it use WCDMA?

The third generation of mobile networks, also referred to as 3G, is primarily enabled by two cellular technologies: UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) and CDMA2000 (Code Division Multiple Access Year 2000). UMTS is the 3G migration path used by the most widely deployed second-generation (2G) technology, GSM. UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) is a third-generation …

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How does 5G network slicing support futuristic 5G use cases?

5G mobile networks are highly flexible, and they use a range of different technologies to adapt to the customers’ changing needs. One key technology within 5G New Radio (NR) networks is network slicing which allows them to use the same 5G network infrastructure to serve a wide range of use cases. Network slicing is a …

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What is a mobile core network?

A mobile core network is essential to every activity we perform through our mobile phones. It connects our mobile phones to external networks and allows us to access all the services that we are entitled to use. A mobile core network is a central part of the overall mobile network that allows subscribers to get …

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