publication . Article . 2008

Next Phase of Mobile Communications – LTE: The End of Fixed Broadband?

Eylert, Bernd; Eras, Martin; Zeh, Thomas;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Country: Germany
With the introduction of the Internet in the early 90th years of the last century, broadband demand has increased tremendously. As ISDN was the modern technology at that time, which has had its correspondence in the mobile world in the GSM technology, DSL and its evolution has its correspondence in UMTS/3G and its evolution into HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) and soon in LTE (Long Term Evolution). With the globalisation of our industries business has changed during the last 15 years. Employees are not anymore sitting eight hours a day in an office. They stroll around and need access to the Internet when out of office anytime anywhere. New categories have been b...
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