This book deals with the development of so-called fourth generation mobile communications or 4G. It covers all aspects of the technology in a form comprehensible to the general reader, a history of its implementation on a worldwide basis and information on how it will be used to improve business transactions. It is up-to-date, comprehensive, and is based upon information acquired from well over one thousand individual sources. All of the data are set up in a manner that simplifies comparisons between countries and service providers. Based on the extensive analysis of the different contexts and progress of 4G technology, future prospects for high-speed mobile communications are also presented. aIn August 2011, Clearwire confirmed that it would be overlaying its WiMAX network with LTE-Advanced-ready ... that Cox Communications and Cablevision System were considering the acquisition of a stake in Sprint Nextel which would use the ... Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio in July 2012 ( TeleGeography 2012f, j)aand nationwide coverage by 2013 (by ... For its part, Clearwire played down the significance of this development, pointing out that it remained the largestanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fourth Generation Mobile Communication|
|Author||:||Peter Curwen, Jason Whalley|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-12-02|