Wireless Broadband

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Wireless Broadband

November 29, 2007

Hank Kafka
VP – Network Architecture

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Evolution of Wireless Technology Families

Image showing the expected evolution of wireless technology families from 1985 through 2015[D]

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Mobile Wireless Data Observed Performances
GSM Technology Family Examples

Bar graphs showing observed performances in terms of speeds in kilobits per second (kbps) for various mobile wireless data technologies in the GSM technology family[D]

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HSPA/LTE Peak Throughput Evolution:
Double every year in Average

Graph showing the evolution of peak throughput data rates for HSPA/LTE, with peak throughputs doubling every year on average between 2004 and expected growth to 2013[D]

Updated June 25, 2015

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