what's after LTE

Professor

what's after LTE

So what will be the next Breakthrough in mobile technology? i have watched it go from analog to TDMA, GSM HPDA and now LTE. So what's next?

 

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Employee

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acording to computerworld LTE-Advanced and LTE with Voice, i couldnt be bothered to read the article but if you google your exact topic title it will bring up the link

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Scholar

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Hopefully L.T.D( Long Term Data)Smiley Happy

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G-mobile wrote:

Hopefully L.T.D( Long Term Data)Smiley Happy


You already have it, but you are charged monthly.

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ACE - Professor

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VoLTE then perhaps 5G in like 10 years? Smiley Tongue
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Professor

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i was just wondering how much faster we really need our devices to be, or will we be able to stream even MORE  data faster?         I remember when bluetooth was cool.

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ACE - Professor

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Bluetooth isn't extinct just yet lol, there's a lot of things that are bluetooth capable Smiley Tongue As far as speed, I think it's good enough, but the newer tech does help with tower use efficiency and the such which is why tech companies such as AT&T and others move so fast =)

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Rayosun wrote:

Bluetooth isn't extinct just yet lol, there's a lot of things that are bluetooth capable Smiley Tongue As far as speed, I think it's good enough, but the newer tech does help with tower use efficiency and the such which is why tech companies such as AT&T and others move so fast =)


Unless they come up with a better way of attaching a cell phone in a car it will be around for a long time, there are numerous states in the US that have stoppable offenses with hefty fines for using a cell phone in a car without a hands free devices, same with a majority of countries overseas. Some states and localities have laws regarding texting while driving also

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Here is a link to a site that is the GSMA.  http://www.gsmworld.com  They provide insight into what is being worked on and their vision currently looking at 2020.  In the past they have had great articles that explain the evolution of GSM from Analog to where we are today and a little bit beyond.  It has been a great resource for me personally to learn about many of the technologies before they became more widely available and understood.

 

Here is a link to their timeline of GSMA and GSM: http://www.gsma.com/aboutus/history

 

Here is the link to a definitions page: http://www.gsma.com/aboutus/gsm-technology

 

It looks like various flavors of LTE and expanded usages of the technology are what is in store for us for the next number of years: http://www.gsma.com/network2020/  

 

There is also a push for API that will allow Apps to better take advantage of a network: http://www.gsma.com/oneapi/

 

There is lots to explore here.......

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wolfie wrote:

So what will be the next Breakthrough in mobile technology? i have watched it go from analog to TDMA, GSM HPDA and now LTE. So what's next?

 




Here is a link to a site that is the GSMA.  http://www.gsmworld.com  They provide insight into what is being worked on and their vision currently looking at 2020.  In the past they have had great articles that explain the evolution of GSM from Analog to where we are today and a little bit beyond.  It has been a great resource for me personally to learn about many of the technologies before they became more widely available and understood.

 

Here is a link to their timeline of GSMA and GSM: http://www.gsma.com/aboutus/history

 

Here is the link to a definitions page: http://www.gsma.com/aboutus/gsm-technology

 

It looks like various flavors of LTE and expanded usages of the technology are what is in store for us for the next number of years: http://www.gsma.com/network2020/  

 

There is also a push for API that will allow Apps to better take advantage of a network: http://www.gsma.com/oneapi/

 

There is lots to explore here.......

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Customer Support: 1-800-331-0500

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