Generations of Network:
Generations refers to development in a fundamental nature of service, non-backwards transmission technology, higher bit rates, wider channel frequency bandwidth, new frequency bands and higher capacity for many simultaneous data transfer. Every innovation leads us to a new generation with more comfort and minimalistic design.
Probably every generation lasted for nearly a decade. It means that it took 10 years for researchers to develop a better network technology. Slowly and steadily we are advancing every time. This makes a strong foundation for the future – 5G.
The first digitally encrypted transmission started with expanding the effectiveness of 1G. Thereby allowing many calls to be transmitted over the same frequency of radio bandwidth. They handled more traffic than the previous generation.
The best part of 2G is, they brought the wireless data transmission. The most innovative step towards development, that changed the way of using internet connectivity. Along with this there were SMS, MMS which were digitally encrypted. GPRS, GSM, CDMA and EDGE were evolved as developments made via 2.5G and 2.75G.
3G | 4G | Accelerometer | Battery Type | Bluetooth | CPU | Color Reproduction | Dimension | Display Size | Display Type | Expandable Memory | Front Camera | Fingerprint Sensor | GPU | GPS | Gyroscope | InfraRed | Internal Memory | Iris Scanner | NFC | Operating System | Primary Camera | Pixel Density | Proximity | RAM | Resolution | SIM | System Chip | Screen to body Ratio | Touchscreen type | USB | Video FPS | Wi-Fi