Differences between LTE and 4G

LTE stands for the Long Term Evolution (long-term evolution).

And refers to wireless broadband technology  used to transmit data in order to provide Internet access to mobile devices.

In other words, this communication standard is used to upload and download data from the network of networks at high speed.

The main advantage that his arrival brought was the increase in navigation speed.

Specifically, LTE allows a maximum speed of 170 Mbps with two base antennas and two on the device, or 300 Mbps with four base antennas and four on the equipment.

But what does this mean? Easy and super simple: you can download, for example, a song or media files in a matter of seconds.

LTE Features:-

  • Its main feature, its fast speed for browsing and downloading or uploading data. However, LTE technology also has other determining characteristics.
  • Easy and cheap development and deployment by operators, since it uses a simple architecture protocol, based on IP.

What is LTE-advanced?

LTE is, with all that is already known, a mobile communication standard for the transmission of data at high speed on the Internet.

For this reason, LTE developed an improvement, known as LTE-Advanced, a technology that can be labeled as fourth generation.


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