We’re the first to admit that we’re not shy about loading up on tech acronyms. Today, the reader receives a particularly hefty dose of the alphabet as we discuss the mobile standards GSM, CDMA and LTE. If nothing else, remember … Continue reading

Long Term Evolution, or LTE, is the cellular technology driving today’s mobile devices. As we mentioned previously, comparing 4G to LTE is like describing a stop on a long journey with 5G the next destination on the horizon. Also, LTE … Continue reading

In 1967 counterculture writer Richard Brautigan published a poem called “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” which in its quirky way foresaw the coming tech revolution of the 21st century, namely the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine … Continue reading

What on earth is LTE?

by Morgan Staggers on September 11, 2016 in LTE

The initials stand for Long Term Evolution but the term sounds more akin to anthropology than technology. Network engineers tend to talk around the phrase rather than define it. Many (particularly marketers) equate LTE with 4G, as if they were … Continue reading

Understanding LTE Advanced

by Aeyne Schriber on August 17, 2014 in 4G,LTE

Not too long ago, 4G LTE was introduced as the fastest form of wireless connectivity. Now wireless carriers around the world are working on faster and reliable access with LTE Advanced technology. Mobile data traffic has been rapidly expanding and … Continue reading

The technology which is used to implement Voice over LTE has been advancing in recent years. However, many analysts predict that Voice over LTE will not be fully rolled out until the year 2015. Many of the cellular carriers are … Continue reading

Cellular network infrastructure presents a lot of challenges for network operators in terms of improving efficiency, increasing capacity to meet mobile device demands, and enhancing the speed of connectivity to accommodate bandwidth intensive applications, to name a few challenges.  Cellular … Continue reading

4G wireless Internet follows the previous three generations of mobile telephony which include 1G, 2G, and 3G.  4G stands for Fourth Generation wireless Internet standard which involves LTE, WiMAX, and UMB technologies that provide faster downlink speeds and packet-switched delivery … Continue reading