Tuesday, April 12, 2016

5G
Mobile Wireless Technology
The new 5G technologies is to develop in the world as the fastest and latest technology in the telecommunication world.
The 5G generation technology for cellular systems will probably start to come to  around in 2021.
First generation
1.    1G:First technology
phones were analogue and were the first mobile or cellular phones to be used. Although revolutionary in their time they offered very low levels of spectrum efficiency and security.
Second generation
2.    2G: Second technology
This technologies were based around digital technology and offered much better spectrum efficiency, security and new features such as text messages and low data rate communications
Third generation
3.   3G: Third technology
This technology was to provide high speed data. The original technology was enhanced to allow data up to 14 Mbps and more.
Fourth generation
4.   4G: Fourth technology
This generation all-IP based technology capable of providing data rates up to 1 Gbps.
Fifth generation
5.  5G: Fifth technology
One of the big challenges facing 5G is standardization. There are already multiple groups working to come up with standards around interoperability, backward compatibility with older technologies (4G, 3G), and making sure the network will be future-proof. While many companies agree that a global standard is needed Building the infrastructure for 5G is also a huge task, with issues around spectrum and installing new antennas. 5G is likely going to rely, at least in part, on higher-frequency bands. There is more space in those airwaves available, but at such high frequencies, signals can’t travel nearly as far as they can over the frequencies used for 4G, resulting in a poor connection
5G spectrum:



 










One major enabler for 5G will be the release of frequency spectrum and this needs to be managed on a global scale to ensure commonality and also the reduction of interference between services, especially those operating globally. This process is managed under the auspices of the International Telecommunications Union, ITU.
To manage the process of spectrum allocations, large international meetings called the World Radio Conference, WRC are held every four years. There is one in 2015, another in 2019, and this is followed four years later by one in 2023..
5G Creating new communication

The future of mobile communications is likely to be very different to that which we are used to today. While demand for mobile broadband will continue to increase, largely driven by ultra high definition video and better screens, we are already seeing the growing impact of the human possibilities of technology as the things around us become ever more connected.




Friday, August 14, 2015

4G TECNOLOGY LAUNCH













Customers across the country will be able to experience high-speed wireless broadband on Airtel 4G and get on to the digital super highway to enjoy uninterrupted HD video streaming, superfast uploading and downloading of movies, music and images.
We have now built  India’s first commercial 4G network that will make high speed mobile broadband a reality.
 The national roll-out today is another small step in our journey. 

Friday, March 8, 2013


Android

Android is a word which gives meaning as " THE ROBOT". Now a days the many technology works based on software and operating system. To run a COMPUTER must need a OS that means Operating System such as WINDOWS 98, WINDOWS XP .WINDOWS 7, LATEST WINDOWS 8, etc..For mobile communication to run the mobile must need of OS that way GOOGLE  is developed the Android version. 
Now a world most OS is Android    popular mobile platform all over the world. With Android you can use all the Google apps you know and love, plus there are more than 600,000 apps and games available on Google Play to keep you entertained, alongside millions of songs and books, and thousands of movies. 



                                          
Android devices are already smart, and will only get smarter, with new features you won't find on any other platform, letting you focus on what's important and putting you in control of your mobile experience.Millions of people already use Android because it makes your mobile device so much more powerful and useful. 

On Android, the home screen, web browser, email and everything in between are designed to make your life easier. And because Android is open, you can create a unique mobile experience that’s just right for you.

On Android, the home screen, web browser, email and everything in between are designed to make your life easier. And because Android is open, you can create a unique mobile experience that’s just right for you.
    
       Android version is used many mobiles mostly in SAMSUNG ,SONY XPERIA, NEXUS, HTC, ARCHOS 97 CARBON,SHARP AQUAS PHONE SERIE ISW16SH, LG LUCID, ASUS TRANSFORMER PAD,NES MEDIA TAB,HUAWEI M834, etc now started developing with Nokia,



Android Free Application 

Google developer Android provides free application in the website easily download with high speed capacity ,Whether you are looking for a great game, ways to stay connected or ways to stay informed on the go, these apps will help you to download  getting started easily. 



                              click the images to download android application
If new to android by using tablet, get  touch with Android to Start using your tablet to have more fun, stay more informed and be more productive with this collection of stellar tablet apps. 

Google plays a great role in games if  you want to two hours games two days games google play helps with thousand of thousand game applications download free and install in your mobiles with free charge start exploring of Google play.

 

 

 click the image to download the android games













             

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Samsung I5800 Galaxy 3



General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100
SIM Mini-SIM
Announced 2010, June
Status Available. Released 2010, July
Body Dimensions 113.5 x 55 x 12.9 mm (4.47 x 2.17 x 0.51 in)
Weight 109 g (3.84 oz)
Display Type TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 240 x 400 pixels, 3.2 inches (~146 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes
 - Touch Wiz 3.0
Sound Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
 - DNSe (Digital Natural Sound Engine)
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 32GB, 1GB card included
Internal 512MB ROM, 256MB RAM
Data GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
Speed HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot (Android 2.2)
Bluetooth Yes, v3.0 with A2DP
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
Camera Primary 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus, check quality
Features Geo-tagging, face and smile detection
Video Yes, QVGA@15fps
Secondary No
Features OS Android OS, v2.1 (Eclair), upgradable to v2.2
CPU Samsung S5P6422 667 MHz
Sensors Accelerometer, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser HTML
Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
Colors Black, White
 - MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263 player
- MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
- Organizer
- Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)
- Google Search, Maps, Gmail,
YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk integration
- Voice memo
- Predictive text input
Battery   Standard battery, Li-Ion 1500 mAh
Stand-by Up to 620 h (2G) / Up to 510 h (3G)
Talk time Up to 15 h 30 min (2G) / Up to 7 h 15 min (3G)
Misc SAR EU 0.58 W/kg (head)    
Price group
Tests Loudspeaker Voice 71dB / Noise 66dB / Ring 71dB
Audio quality Noise -91.2dB / Crosstalk -89.9dB
Camera Photo

Monday, February 13, 2012

Wifi




Wireless Fidelity




popularly known as Wi-Fi, developed on IEEE 802.11 standards, is widely used technology advancement in wireless communication. As the name indicates, WI-FI provides wireless access to applications and data across a radio network. WI-FI sets up numerous ways to build up a connection between the transmitter and the receiver such as DSSS, FHSS, IR – Infrared and OFDM.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

3G GENERATION IN INDIA AND WORLD



3G: The Third Generation Future of Mobile Phone Technology





The first generation (1G) of mobile phones (1970s – 1980s) involved:

  • Analogue transmission
  • The limitation to making ‘voice’ calls
  • Only being able to use the mobile phone in one country


The second generation (2G) began in the early 1990s and saw the introduction of digital transmission allowing SMS to be integrated into the service of mobile phones. The advance into new technology during the millennium, such as WAP, has been called 2.5G: this is where we are now and 3G is just around the corner.

3G is the era for the introduction of broadband so that the number of possibilities from a mobile phone could be endless such as interactive media e.g. high quality video-conferencing. Web pages will become more accessible and will be received at much higher speeds of around 2Mbps. 3G will also allow mobile phones to support Java so that interactive web pages can be downloaded.

The next generation of mobile phones will also see the introduction of MMS (Multimedia Messaging) allowing images, animations, clips and text to be sent to another MMS phone or PC. The phones that offer this capability were available to buy in the UK around May 2002 at prices averaging £150. The introduction of colour screens on mobile phones made available during the same time further enhances the MMS feature.

Built-in mobile phone cameras, made available at the same time as MMS, allows images to be displayed on mobile phone screens (just like a digital camera). Images can then be saved as JPEG’s and can be stored or sent to other MMS mobile phones and PCs.

It is predicted that 3G technology will see mobile phones (and other mobile units such as Palm-tops) being used just as much as desktop PCs once the technology has been fully integrated. As a result, it has been suggested that mobile phones are mass-produced as lap-top computers.

E-mail

With the introduction of WAP, came the availability of e-mail from mobile phones. The user must first have an on-line e-mail account: these can usually be set up directly with your mobile phone service provider by registering your details on their web site.

To send an e-mail, you would write it on your mobile phone (as you would text messages) and send it directly to the required address. The length of the e-mails is not restricted in length and so you can write messages in full. To receive an e-mail, you would download your e-mails directly to your phone by using WAP to connect to your e-mail account via the Internet. Some service providers send an indication to your phone when you have received a new e-mail usually in the form of a load “beep” or SMS.

Some of the newer phones without WAP do offer an e-mailing option but e-mails can only be sent and not received. The lengths of these e-mails are still limited to the 160-character length as for SMS.

Blue-Tooth

Blue-tooth is a technology that allows communication between digital devices such as PCs, mobile phones, lap-tops and Personal Digital Assistants (PDA). It is achieved by a short-range (around 10 metres) wireless connection that will vary in form depending on what hardware it is to be associated with:

  • The back of a mobile phone will be replaced by a compatible blue-tooth battery
  • PDAs/lap-tops will have a compatible blue-tooth connectivity card
  • PCs will have a USB (common on PCs) blue-tooth adaptor

Not all mobile phones are compatible for blue-tooth technology but the phones that are becoming available do compensate for such use. The most common mobile phone that is compatible for the use of blue-tooth communication is the Nokia 6210e pictured on the right.

The blue-tooth technology can be used to create a three-way connection allowing three pieces of hardware to be connected together at any one time. Information can then be replicated from, say, a mobile phone to a PC by sending the data via the wireless (infra-red) blue-tooth connection. For information to be transferred, all devices must have the same software application in which the data can be replicated i.e. a mobile phone must have the application Microsoft Word for a Word document to be replicated from a PC.

Mobile Communication Technology


GSM (Global System for Mobile communication): The Basics

GSM is the digital mobile phone network that is used throughout Europe and in most other areas around the world. GSM can provide for voice-mail (answer phone service), faxing, SMS and high-speed data transfer (WAP) as well as for talk..

GPRS (General Packet Radio System): The Basics



GPRS is a technology that does not replace GSM, but uses the GSM network to allow data to be sent/received at higher speeds.

Further, the technology (without going into the science) allows you to pay only for the time that the information takes to send/receive. This payment method is only valid for the use of WAP (see below) and does not apply when talking.

The advantages of GPRS are further highlighted in the next section.

Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)

WAP is a technology designed to allow Internet material (web pages, e-mail, etc) to be viewed on mobile phones. WAP browsers on the phone display text-only versions of web pages as images have to be removed due to the limited bandwidth that the network currently has to offer. GSM offers speeds of around 9.6Kbps but the new GPRS has allowed speeds of around 20-24Kbps. The older WAP phones will still use the original GSM network but the new WAP phones that you see available today will use GPRS.

GSM phones have to go through the slow log-in processes when using WAP, but GPRS provides a continuous connection for the day once logged in. As said before, GPRS will allow web pages to be read without the worry of cost because the time used to download the information is the only chargeable period for using WAP (Important: talk time rates will be independently charged): GSM charges for the total time connected.

The information that can be viewed by WAP mobile phones is currently limited to news, finance, directories, travel, shopping, sport and e-mail (detailed later) but can be extremely useful. Although GPRS has expanded the capabilities of WAP such as faxing and e-mailing, the next generation technology will make a huge difference to how we will interact between mobile phones and the Internet.