Road from home phone to 4G technology


The community has come a long way since the discovery of the telephone. At the same time an amazing and innovative discovery is nothing but Alexander Graham Bell, the phone has changed and evolved in such a way that everyone has one who can do more than just doing a phone call.

Return to strict land days, people use phones in a much different way. Initially, people would call the operator and ask certain people to talk to someone at the other end. Then, the telephone number and connection are repaired to the point that people just have to rotate someone’s home phone number to talk to them. Actually, they put their fingers into a circular tool with many holes and turn it to all seven digits inserted (this device is now so old-fashioned so that the modern generation today will not know how to operate it). From there, the actual button appears allowing people to call numbers and before anyone knows, wireless phones are released to the mass market.

Then, landline telephone technology shifts to cellular telephone technology. Similar to the basics of wireless phones, cellphones made their great appearances in the 1980s as giant devices, such as bricks, exclusively for rich people. Many have installed them in their cars – known as car phones – and use it to do business in runaway. This is a 1G phone, which uses analog signals.

After the 80s, the technology began to move very, very fast. Progress creates 2G and 2.5G phones in the 1990s, focusing on digital signals, and before anyone knows 3G phone about the market in 2001. At this point, the manufacturer began to enter wireless internet technology with cellphones, allowing people to access web and Download ringtones and small files from wherever they are.

Then, as soon as it arrived, 3G technology was thrown aside because the 4G network arrived to take their place. Entering a newly released mobile broadband and WiMAX connection, a new generation of cellphones – now known as smart phones – crashing into the land running, by talking. The owner of this device can make calls and access and explore the internet as they can on their personal computer. Do they want to check e-mail, balance their bank account, look for the time of upcoming films or download music, every online task they want can be done easily.

And even though it has just begun to get momentum and popularity in modern society, many speculates that the next few years will see the transition from 4G phones to 5G, allowing users to do things that were previously impossible to think about their cellphones. Everyone who can do now is waiting and seeing, but by having a strong understanding of historic roads from home phones to the current state, people can at least guess in which the community and modern technology are heading.

Zayd Dana
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