This era is going through changes that are simply unbelievable with respect to technology. In this aspect, huge impact has been put up by 3rd generation and 4th generation technology respectively.
However, this is not a whole positive impact placed by this recent technology intervention. Still with reliability factor, fixed and wireless broadband is ahead among internet users.How is wireless broadband better over 3G/4G?
· 3G technology interface is mostly used with mobile phones and handsets as a means to connect the phone to the Internet or other IP networks in order to make voice and video calls, to download and upload data and to surf the internet seamlessly and these phone costs from Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 100,000 while one can get a wireless broadband device for Rs. 4,000 maximum.
· However, with a single WiFi Broadband connection, user can run on multiple devices but a 3G/4G connection can only run on a single phone that’s an avid limitation.
· With broadband connections, there are rarely disconnection issues whereas 3G/4G connections have disconnection problems all the time leading to create troubles overall.
· Mostly, this wireless technology is compatible with smartphone with pre-supported 3G functionality that can be too expensive for an average internet surfer. Wireless broadband is a convenient mode to have connectivity without paying higher prices.
· With respect to power consumption, 3G and 4G networks require high energy constituent while wireless broadband is compatible with minimum power consumption.
· Wireless technologies are a way for mobile users to make free or cheap calls worldwide and save a lot of money due to the latest telephony applications and services. However, 3G technology is not approachable on large scale that’s a prominent shortcoming of it.
So far, the big challenge in bringing 3G and 4G to the market will be using the right applications processors as well as modem and power management technologies to deliver the performance, size and battery life that consumers demand. And perceptibly, this would require huge investment aspect and it will be a challenging factor for a developing country.