Of course, you often hear the term following the term GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA. Do you know what is meant by the term teersebut term? Require more advanced technology to continue holding the renewal, the following are also in the field of data access.

GPRS is the first generation Edge followed by rather quickly by providing services and 3G services deliver the fastest and 3.5G technologies now finally get rid of all to deliver extremely fast service to access the data, and may be present 4G services.

These differences GPRS Data Access> EDGE> 3G/UMTS> 3.5G/HSDPA:

GPRS (General Packet Radio Service): a technology that is used for sending and receiving data packets. GPRS is often referred to as 2G technologies. Facilities provided by GPRS: e-mail, MMS (picture messages), browsing, internet. In theory, GPRS provide access speeds between 56kbps to 115kbps.

EDGE (Enhanced Data for Global Evolution): the development of GSM technologies, an average speed of 3kali GPRS speeds. Access speed EDGE is theoretically around 384kbps. Facilities provided as GPRS EDGE (e-mail, MMS, and browsing).

UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service): further development of the EDGE. UMTS is often called the third-generation (3G). In addition to providing Internet access facility (e-mail, MMS, and browsing), UMTS also provides video streaming, video conferencing, and video calling *). In theory UMTS access speeds around 480kbps.

HSDPA (High Speed ​​Downlink Packet Access): a further development of 3G data access. HSDPA is often referred to as generation 3.5 (3.5G) HSDPA for 3G is still running on the platform. In theory, HSDPA data access speeds like 480kbps, but we can be sure that the data access through UMTS HSDPA superior

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