1G to 4G Cellular Communication System. The work is to be 7 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
I will pay for the following article 1G to 4G Cellular Communication System. The work is to be 7 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The first generation (1G) was all about the voice of the mobile and it had limited roaming abilities. The second-generation (2G) involved capacity and coverage and the quality of the voice had been enhanced. The third-generation (3G) followed by the introduction to mobile broadband which was characterized by high-speed data (Prasad, 12). Multimedia facilities were also included. The fourth-generation (4G) realized the integration of telecommunication services, supporting fixed networks, and both high and low mobility applications.
Cellular communication is important in today’s life both in a business perspective and personal life. People use mobile phones to communicate with one another (Prasad, 5). In business, mobile phones are used to transact businesses in various forms either to reach the clients or to transact payments (Pahlavan and Allen, 21). Due to the increased demand for mobile usage, the researchers have found a way to cope with the increase in demand.
The cellular communication system has faced a steady but tremendous growth rate from first-generation (1G) to fourth generation (4G) during recent years. There has been a phenomenal change from fixed-mobile to cellular communication telephony. In the year ending 2010, the number of subscribers of mobile cellular was about four times higher than the number of fixed lines. The mobile operators have embraced the efficient and performance service brought about by the quality design of the communication system (Brand and Hamid, 61).
The advances in technology and the shift from 1G to 4G networks and the service on the network has become efficient and the impact can be felt thought the whole world. The first generation (1G) started in the 1980s and it means analog cellular technologies (Pahlavan and Allen, 27). 2G means digital technologies. low-speed data and short messages were introduced. The GPRS (general packet radio service) that was referred to as 2.5G was introduced. The technologies used in 2G were CDMA2000 1 and GSM. The 2G started in the 1990s in Europe. .