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4G vs. LTE | the Differences Explained

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4G was introduced as an upgrade of its predecessor, 3G. 4G offers a much more reliable connection with increased speeds. 4G is the fourth generation mobile network technology. 4G LTE means explicitly Fourth Generation Long-Term Edition which offers blinding fast speeds of over ten times that of 3G. 4G LTE is the fastest mobile internet connection experience provided.

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Features of 4G

Tech enthusiastic individuals favor 4G as it allows much faster download, streaming and using of internet data with none too little buffering offered like its predecessor, 3G.  It is the replacement and upgraded technology of 3G that provides breakneck speed and is ideal in today’s world of superfast data usage through smartphones and tablets. 4G is compatible with 4G phones only when in the radius of a 4G network area. If and when the phone is not in a 4G consistent area, it switches to 3G which offers much slower net speed and downloading experience. The only network will be shifted to 3G making you safe from voice and call issues of the phone.

Features of 4G LTE

4G LTE is the fastest and most reliable mobile internet experience offered today in smartphones. For those individuals who rely upon a majority of their work and require high-speed internet, this is the must-have option for network speed. 4G LTE is recorded to have over ten times the internet speed of a typical 3G network making the change from 3G to 4G LTE very visible and surprising. The network speed, however, does depend on the signal strength and the network load. 4G LTE internet speeds are so fast that it can be compared and equivalent to the rate offered on desktops connected to a modern wireless broadband network.

Challenges of using 4G and 4G LTE

If you are currently using a phone with 3G capabilities and are looking for a 4G experience, it is most likely you will have to upgrade your smartphone to a 4G compatible smartphone. 4G supporting smartphones depend on the signal strength of 4G and the areas that offer 4G. Most areas today provide a 4G signal, but regions that extend 4G LTE signal are quite less. So make sure to check your network cover before determining 4G or 4G LTE.


Selecting 4G or 4G LTE

Choosing 4G or 4G LTE depends on what and how much speed you require or need to complete your mobile internet experience. Follow up on which network or carrier offers 4G and 4G LTE in which all areas and determine which appropriate system you require.

What is telecommunications?

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Telecommunications is a wide range of topic. Telecommunication is also by the name Telecom. Telecom services primarily involve transmitting information data over significant and extensive distances using electronic means referring to all kinds of voice, data, and video transmission. Information can be sent through various means like wire and wireless telephones, microwave communications, fiber optics, radio and television broadcasting, internet, telegraphs, and satellite.

Telecommunications can take place only when a complete circuit consisting of two stations, each equipped with a transmitter and receiver.  At any station, the transmitter and receiver may be combined to a single device known as a transceiver. Signal transmission can be via electrical wire and cable, optical fiber, electromagnetic fields or light. When transmission and reception of data occur utilizing electromagnetic fields, it is known as wireless communications.

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Types of telecommunications networks

When multiple stations transmit and receive or exchange data among themselves, such a manner of telecommunication is known as a telecommunication network. The best and most significant example of such a telecommunication network would be the World Wide Web or internet. Comparatively smaller examples include:-

  • Wide Area Network or WAN
  • Telephone Network
  • Cellular Network
  • Broadcast Network
  • Radio Operators
  • Police communication network
  • Taxi dispatch network

Data is transmitted in a telecommunications circuit through the use of electrical signals called the carrier or carrier wave. For the carrier wave to carry some information requires it to be modulated. This particular modulation can be classified into analog or digital modulation.

Analog modulation involves varying the carrier waves. An apt and oldest example for analog modulation is AM or Amplitude Modulation used in broadcasting frequencies. Modern telecommunication uses Internet Protocols or IPs to transmit data through underlying physical transmissions.

Telecommunications service providers

Telecommunication service providers or communication service providers offer a wide array of internet and WAN services along with other global services. Telecommunication systems are typically run and owned by these telecommunication service providers.

In many nations, the telecommunication services are mainly government owned at first, but most of them have become privatized now. Most nations and countries have their own set of rules and regulations of broadcasting guidelines enforced by their government agencies. In the United States of America, the FCC or Federal Communications Commission is their primary regulatory authority. Due to the existence of large umbrella companies; the varied services offered by different telecoms are internet service providers, wireless service providers, radio and television broadcaster, managed service provider, cable companies and satellite television providers.

The Future of Telecom: A Dual Transformation

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The future of the telecommunications industry is becoming increasingly unstable and uncertain due to the increased customer demand changes, rapid innovation of technology and regulatory. For those prime players in the industry who support and embrace disruption, reimagining network service capabilities are offered better opportunities than never before. This includes every major and significant player of the telecommunications industry in the United States like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Charter, and Comcast.


American telecommunication players like CenturyLink and Dish have begun to initiate and embrace a customer-oriented dual transformation. The first transformation of this initiative involves redesigning the core network business to a more customer trust network. In doing so, it maximizes its resilience accompanied by simultaneous ability to offer value career grade services. The second stage of transformation involves creating specially designed search engines that leverage the reconstructed core business services to deliver tailored network services to meet the needs of the emerging public, consumer, wholesale customer needs and private enterprises.

The Future of Telecom or FoT is based on the endless capabilities that could be offered by innovative and not so far away technology of 5G. The Fifth Generation or 5G possess potential abilities of wireless technologies and plan to build the FirstNet carrier-grade public safety network alongside with rapidly evolving customer needs of IoT or Internet of Things services and service models.

The peculiar aspect observed in the industry is the fact that instead of focusing on this potential growth, a majority of the industry analysts are concentrated on attaining market equilibrium through industry consolidation. Industry consolidation can be done through horizontal consolidation by Sprint and T-Mobile, cross-network platform consolidation by Verizon and Charter, Sprint and Charter or Sprint/TMUS/Comcast/Charter and vertical acquisitions by AT&T and Time Warner. Most financial analysts focus on the sustainability of dividend payments along with its ability to refinance debt on favorable terms as two of the main important aspects of support mechanisms for the current valuations of telecom companies.

There is significant economic pressure to drive and lure the cash flow generated to cover dividend obligations, debt payments, and pension obligations and focuses on investment in real growth is more vital. Carriers have an immediate but not definite opportunity to improve growth through the development of carrier-grade and virtual network services that can be made available to emerging customer needs. This service based system can pave the way for U.S telecom giants to grow beyond their physical platform constraints to a more narrow geographic focus. This impeccable strategy offers growth opportunities for incumbents in other markets to grow and thrive.