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What is 4G? and how does 4G differ from 3G?

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by cream.b, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. cream.b

    cream.b Member

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    what was the real difference between 3G and 4G. there is a lot of jargon and, as of december 6th, the formal definition is a moving target but there are two potential answers, one focused on technology and one based on ITU definitions.

    what do u guys say?
     
  2. Mtazamaji

    Mtazamaji JF-Expert Member

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    Si kuhizi watu ukisema 3G tuna refer kwenye Teknolojia ya simu lakini nakumbuka kwenye topic za kwanza chuo kuhusu history ya computer tulifundundishwa mambo ya Generations. Kwa hiyo kuna 3G computer na 3G mobile
    Tukija kwenye Mobile Generation ziko hivi
    Thanks for interesting topic
     
  3. cream.b

    cream.b Member

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    i agree with in some cases but lets look at system technology we have multiplexing and multiple access.he we talking about things like CDMA,OFDMA or OFDM which are used in LTE performance.
     
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    What is LTE i dont have much indepth knowledge in Mobile communication nilisoma subject yake mwaka 1ja tu na sikufanya vizuri. teh teh teh
     
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    drphone JF-Expert Member

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    mkuu bigup kwa sana yani nilitaka kukupa kama thanks 100 hivi ila nimejikuta natakiwa moja tu
     
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