Network Revolution

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Revolution of 2G Networks Until 4G Networks in Cell Phone.
The advent of modern technology in the early 90’s had lead to the revolution of 2G networks. This network contributes greatly to the world as it allows people to send text messages and picture messages as well as to access the internet through their mobile phones. In consequence, the ability of people to communicate has become wider and easier as this technology assists them to communicate without any deterrence in terms of territorial boundary, expensive cost or time. The development of 2G networks has taken place continuously as a lot of research activities have been conducted in order to meet the increasing need of the society to have better communication network. Hence, 3G networks that allow people to interact with each other through video call were introduced on 2003. Subsequently, High – Speed Packet Access (HSPA) came into picture to provide better internet speed. The most recent development of this network is the emergence of 4G networks, the most speedy of network generation. Nonetheless some issues arise in the course of achieving this technology. Firstly, the implementation of this technology through out the world requires high cost equipment to deploy. This is because to initiate this network it requires new cell tower to be constructed. As a result, extensive labour force and cost is needed to complete the construction of these networks. Besides that, most of the countries reused the 2G networks frequency so that they may implement it for the 4G networks. This alternative is applied in some countries in order to avoid from the need to construct cell tower for 4G networks that requires high cost. Consequently, interruption to the networks line will be caused and the outcome is interference to the service provides to the mobile phone users. Despite the fact that 4G networks are used as an…...

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