Fourth Generation Wireless

Fourth Generation Wireless is a higher stage of broadband communication that will surpass Third Generation.
Carriers that are using Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing rather than Time Division Multiple Access or Code Division Multiple Access are progressively promoting their services as Fourth Generation. Even when their data speeds are slower than what is stated by the International Telecommunication Union, who state that a 4G network requires a mobile device to exchange data 100 Mbit/sec, 3G networks can offer slower speeds at 3.84 Mbit/sec.

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