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What gross data rate does GPRS provide? 

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What is MDM ?

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MDM is short for Mobile Device Management. The term generally refers to a system that hooks into the operating system on smartphones to collect information or apply restrictions and security precautions that may be sound company policy. This is true for Miradore Online, our free MDM product you can get started with today.

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What is the maximum data rate supported by a GSM system?

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- The maximum data rate supported by a GSM system is 9.6 kbps.
- However there are extensions to GSM standard to improve throughput.
- GPRS is one of the extended GSM service.
- The extended standards of GSM allows theoretical data rates on the order of 114 Kbit/s, but with throughput closer to 40Kbit/s in practice.

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What signals are transferred in GPRS?

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- GPRS uses 2.5 generation of GSM signals
- The radio interface is the same that of GSM
- GPRS uses 900 / 1800 Mhz, frequency band and GMSK modulation
- The bit rates are EGPRS, similar to EDGE
- Separate hardware and ports need to be added and availed.

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What is Wi-Fi technology and over which frequency band it operates?

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Wi-Fi technology is a technology used for transmitting a signal using the 802.11 specifications works a lot like it does with a basic Ethernet hub: They’re both two-way forms of communication, and they both use the same frequency to both transmit and receive, often referred to a half-duplex. WLANs used radio frequencies (RFs) that are radiated into the air from an antenna that creates radio waves. These waves can be absorbed, refracted, or reflected by walls, water, and metal surfaces, resulting in low signal strength. So because of this vulnerability to surrounding environmental factors, it’s pretty apparent that wire-less will never offer us the same robustness as a wired network can, but that still doesn’t mean we’re not going to use or run the wireless or Wi-Fi.

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How can you configure Wi-Fi network and what are Wi-Fi Protocols?

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Basically there are many standards of Wi-Fi in the industry but some popular of them are 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g/n. With the support of these Wi-Fi protocols we can communicate/interact among the devices at the speed of 5Ghz to 2.4Ghz dual band communication.

If we have Wi-Fi nic card so firstly we have to install their drivers and after installation if we have Wi-Fi access point then we can see the signal strength in the right corner below just open that and find the access point to connect, if access point is configured with the security, type the key to connect and enjoy the service.

Wi-Fi is technically referred to as the 802.11 protocol. Over time, Wi-Fi has improved, giving rise to different variations of the protocol.

802.11a – This version operates at 54Mbps. It is considered as the favorite wireless LAN protocol for IP telephony.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of 3G?

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Advantages of 3G:

- Overcrowding is relieved in existing systems with radio spectrum
- Bandwidth, security and reliability are more
- Provides interoperability among service providers
- Availability of fixed and variable rates
- Support to devices with backward compatibility with existing networks
- Always online devices – 3G uses IP connectivity which is packet based
- Rich multi media services are available

Disadvantages of 3G:

- The cost of cellular infrastructure , upgrading base stations is very high
- Needs different handsets.
- Roaming and data/voice work together has not yet been implemented
- Power consumption is high
- Requires closer base stations and are expensive
- Spectrum-license costs, network deployment costs and handset subsidies subscribers are tremendous.

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How is 3G different from 2G?

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- Packet data speed is higher in 3G, and it is up to 384 KBPS
- Voice and sms speed is also 384 KBPS in 3G
- 2G utilizes different switching techniques for voice and data, where as  3G uses single switching, irrespective of data
- 3G has at least 2MB of data link of a mobile, where in 2G the data rate is in KBPS
- 3G has WiMAX facility for faster VOIP and internet
- 2G uses GSM TDMA technology with narrowband 200Khz.
- 3G uses CDMA technology with broadband 5Mhz, with same frequency carrier and time.

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What is 3G?

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Definition: 3G, known as 3rd Generation, is a standard for mobile / cellular phones. It provides the services that fulfill the International Telecommunication Union specifications.

The application services of 3G include wireless voice telephone, mobile internet access, video calls and mobile television – all in a mobile environment.

3G allows simultaneous use of speech and data services
3G provides peak data rates of at least 200 KBits according to the IMT-2000 specification.
Mobile broadband access of several MBits to laptop computer systems, smart phones is provided by latest 3.5G, 3.75G versions.

3G standards:

UMTS:

  -  Universal Mobile Telecommunications System – One of the 3G mobile telecommunications technologies, also being developed into a 4G technology.
  -  Most common form of UMTS uses W-CDMA as an underlying air interface.
  - UMTS also covers Radio Access Network – UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN), and Mobile Application Part (MAP).
  -  Users are authenticated via USIM cards (Universal Subscriber Identity Module).

CDMA2000

   -  Also known as IMT Multi-Carrier (IMT-MC), uses CDMA channel access for sending voice, data and signaling data between mobile phones and cell sites.
   -  The standards are CDMA2000 IX, CDMA2000 EV-DOR Rev.0, CDMA2000 EV-DO Rev.A and CDMA2000 EV-Rev.B. They are approved radio interfaces for the ITU’s IMT-2000.

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