A Basic Overview Of Wireless data 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G
We need to travel back in time to get a short overview and define the various forms of wireless data transfer accessible. There was something called 1G when mobile phones came out originally, the first generation of cell phones that could only make phone calls. Initiating individuals with the ability to sms (Short Message Service)/text messaging services a few years later, 2G also called the 2nd Generation was then introduced while people were able to make phone calls at the same time.
Everything seemed to warm up when 3G (Wireless Data Transmission 3rd Generation) was launched a little while thereafter. From that moment, individuals have been able to access the Internet, stream music and movies through their cell phones, download apps etc.
With the rising demand to view and download high-definition images and quality videos from the internet, the emergence and anticipation for 4G at the time, was very much impatiently awaited. Even with the 5G launch worldwide, smartphones and other devices still struggle with sluggish and laggy data uploads, downloads and live streaming.
In the form of hotspots, dongles or sim card equipped wifi routers, many families are using 4G mobile phone connectivity in addition to cable or fiber broadband. The simple reason is that it is a trustworthy, versatile and economical alternative. Mobile alternatives are chosen for many reasons: occasionally because wireless broadband is costly, but mainly because cellular signals are still the most reliable, convenient and an effective substitute.
We are all familiar with the annoyance of very poor mobile internet connections. It may take a while to load a webpage with very laggy videos or even music/online radio forever buffering, due to poor mobile phone signal even on 4G or 5G. Suddenly the signal drops.
However, the limits of LTE and 5G are truly evident. Surprisingly for many people, sluggish data is still familiar despite the promise of faster speeds for 4G & 5G. In this article, we examine how it is possible to specifically increase 4G LTE easily and effortlessly with our solutions.
Why does poor LTE 4G or even laggy 5G still happen?
Further to our study, below are the common causes for sluggish LTE 4G & 5G:
- Performance and Reliability Network Signals in your area (SINR)
In general, the quality of the network signal at any particular place is defined by SINR on 4G LTE and 5G networks. Similarly, mobile signal coverage means in very basic language SINR (signal-to-interference ratio plus noise). Improving your connection speed will certainly substantially increase your SINR. The ideal option is to improve signal connectivity using a powerful directional outdoor antenna plugged into any of our LTE 4G signal booster.
- Connected Numbers of Frequency band
By allowing several bands on your phone or hotspot, you may connect to your service provider’s tower consecutively. The aggregation of the carrier is also called Dual Cell in the context of UMTS/HSPA+. In conclusion, the more bands you are linked to, the higher your data rates will be. Your data speed is predicted based on the number of bands with which your devices are connected at any one time.
Reliability Of Signal (RSRP)
For many individuals, this is the most important feature, but still not really. On The LTE 4G and 5G networks, it has a full effect on signal strength known as RSRP. But oftentimes this is not the major factor. It does not increase your rate of data by a stronger signal if your RSRP signal is larger than -100dBm.
RSRP: the reference signal has an average power of around -44 dbm (good) to -140 dbm and its normal range (bad). More specifically the quality of signal often rises to -19.5dB (poor) to -3dB (good). For your peace of mind, we can assure you that LTE 4G high-speed data signal improvement is guaranteed with our signal boosters.
Overcrowding of Network Provider Mast / Tower
The less expensive the more users the towers. The more users. Actually, the band relies on the saturation of the tower. Higher frequency generally penetrates less than lower frequencies in constructions / characteristics. In general, the higher frequency bands cause decreased overload. With the aid of our antennas linked directly to any of our signal boosters, you may reach less congested bands.
3 Mimo Systems & Antennas
The word Mimo also known as ‘Multiple Input Multiple Output,’ both the tower and your LTE4G/5G equipment utilise various antennas to increase the data throughput by around 30 percent. The “Single Input Single Output (SISO)” is most mobile signal booster – however with a dual system you may install a MIMO booster.
How can your LTE 4G signal be significantly improved?
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