4G network

The term refers to the fourth generation of mobile telephony, representing the latest and improved version of itself, showing the greatest technological advances for its time, being better than its previous generations, but in the future it will be replaced by a fifth generation. .

Telecommunications, like many other industries, have evolved over time. In this area they have categorized the progress of mobile telephony in the world, through generations (G), identifying the progress of each of them by means of a number (1, 2, 3, 4…)

Telephony was created with the aim of improving the quality and practicality of communication between human beings. The generations of everything that makes up mobile telephony began in the late seventies and early eighties of the 20th century with the Analogue Network, which was the first generation, characterized by only working for calls.

Then came the second generation, known as Digital Globalization, which was characterized by the great impact of the evolution of mobile phones, which began to be manufactured smaller, more advanced and with a much faster connection. In addition, text messages began to be used.

Later, the third generation, called High Transmission, was given, which allowed users to start sharing data and voice at the same time, through video calls, as well as downloading applications for cell phones, being able to view videos and use email through a speed of 384 kilobytes per second.

Finally, Futuristic Speed ​​arrived, which is the name given to the fourth generation of mobile technology, which is characterized by using IP (Internet Protocol) networks, in which the signal reaches the telephone through the confluence between the networks that are It is transported by cables and wireless, being a system and a network at the same time, exclusively for what is known as Smartphones (smart phones), wireless modems and other devices.

The speed of transmission and reception of the signal must be a minimum of 100 Megabytes per second in movement and be capable of reaching 1 Gigabyte per second in a state of rest, allowing a better experience for users and even the possibility of being able to watch movies and television. in high definition without any inconvenience or pauses due to slow data download.

The fourth generation has the goal of using the network anywhere and anytime.