Comparison of Mobile Phone Standards

A comparison of mobile phone standards can be done in many ways.

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... As a reference, a comparison of mobile and non-mobile wireless Internet standards follows ... Comparison of mobile Internet access methods Common Name Family Primary Use Radio Tech Downstream (Mbit/s) Upstream (Mbit/s) Notes HSPA+ 3GPP Used in 4G CDMA/FDD MIMO 672. 5.8 11.5 168 ... HSPA+ is widely deployed ... up to 1 Gbit/s fixed speeds and 100 Mb/s to mobile users ...

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