Over the years cellular technology has been very fast. With a 4G network that comes out providing broadband speeds to cellphones and internet use, it can feel like yesterday that the first generation or 1G cellphone hit the market. From a simple analog network that works for voice transmission with full, full speed internet service today, there are several decades of technology changes marked by rapid progress. With the second generation (2G) and the third generation (3G) cellular technology people began to enjoy the benefits of digital networks at increased speed and better clarity. Now, move to ‘next generation’ many users ask themselves what their implications really are.

Basically, expect the next generation of cellular technology to work towards a full ‘cell’ status utility, which means that users can connect and stay connected while jumping smoothly between ‘WiMAX towers,’ or the source that receives and transmits data. This will be achieved in other ways, than with cellular technology today. As opposed to the previous generation, the latest will be based on the Internet Protocol (IP). The results will be a more effective way to operate cellular networks with better Mbps data speeds, and the use of a better frequency spectrum as a whole. Users will really feel this difference compared to their 3G device in the lack of lid for use for most 4G wireless packages. Now, there are generally a limit of about 5 gigs per month on 3G plans for use and download. With the next generation, the hat is not necessary and the user will be allowed full access to the internet.

Right into the future of 3G wireless, unfortunately the amount of traffic using cellular technology at certain times has burden 3G technology. Scheduled to multiple 10 times the amount of traffic today in the coming years, future use will be far more than 3G networks currently prepared to support. Finally some traffic should at least be distributed again, and the generation of cellular technology in the future will be able to alleviate part of the burden, finally replacing 3G wireless at all. Fortunately, the improvement to 4G wireless is a good thing for users with “flat” IP which provides less latency and faster speeds, neutral standards for the intended devices, and prices are better than before. It seems like the building and those who regulate the construction of this network want to see more universal technology, and more tuned into the user’s needs than before. Today, people want high-speed internet and actually need it to complete their daily online assignments. Whether for personal use, professional use, academic use, or not, there is no limit on which information technology can go if the internet is able to follow users in their daily routines around the city, and eventually in all countries or even in all nations or even throughout the nation Nation or even the world! New 4G wireless is available in many cities throughout the country. Don’t delay registering and connected!