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What Is a UMTS Board?
by plonk420 in Electronics
The Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service is a wireless communications technology used by AT&T and T-Mobile in the United States as a component of their cellular networks. UMTS networks support peak download speeds of 2 Mbps, with compatible devices. Sprint and Verizon Wireless use competing CDMA technology as the basis of their respective 3G networks. BasicsPart of third-generation w
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The Best UMTS Phones
by cerebusPu in Electronics
UMTS or universal mobile telecommunications system is a 3G mobile phone technology. It is also known as WCDMA and W-GSM. Although, UTMS is related to the GSM mobile technology, it is more advanced and being developed as a platform for future 4G mobile devices. Most current GSM devices, however, can run on UMTS networks. The best UMTS phones will make use of its ability to transfer large amounts of
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The Difference Between UMTS and GSM
by Pennsylvania in Electronics
Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) and Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) are both cellular telephone technologies. GSM enjoys a large global market share, while UMTS is a newer technology in the first stages of deployment. GSMGSM is a second-generation cellular telephone technology. GSM has been continually improved. The most recent versions of GSM (EDGE) not only all

Introduction to UMTS
by vik in Business
UMTS stands for Universal Mobile Telephone System, a technology designed to expand mobile telephone service to isolated areas of the world. The UMTS mobile system adheres to the International Telecommunication Union's current standards for mobile technology. OriginThe International Telecommunication Union, an agency of the United Nations, sets the standards for global communication systems. UMT

The Difference Between UMTS & HSDPA
by Mistere in Electronics
UMTS and HSDPA are acronyms for networks falling under the third generation (3G) of technologies for mobile telecommunications. These protocols are subject to the regulations of the International Telecommunication Union, and despite their general similarities, they possess distinguishing features. UMTS DescriptionUMTS stands for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System. It is a broadband, pac

How to Use UMTS With Google Maps
by slpnshot in Electronics
With the power of smart phones quickly catching up to the power of desktop and laptop computers, smartphone users expect their devices to be able to perform most, if not all, of the tasks originally reserved for PCs. Google has responded to this call by making all Google services, including Google Maps, accessible from devices that connect to a Universal Mobile Telecommunications System or 3G netw
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How to Unlock a SIM Card in UMTS
by jrok96 in Electronics
UMTS stands for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System, a cell phone technology that is a combination of 3G and GSM technological standards.  This means that you can get extremely fast transfer rates of up to 14.0 Mbit/s of data. This gives you high speed downloading, uploading and streaming speed rates. If you are on a UMTS network, but would like to use your phone with a different
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Specs for a UMTS Repeater
by raghu78 in Computers
UMTS (universal mobile telephone system) repeaters are signal boosters placed on a network to strengthen the signals produced by the wireless towers around the world. This is commonly refered to as 3G or 3rd generation technology as it carries the typical phone calls, pages and voice mails, but also includes Internet applications. Manufacturers typically share common UMTS repeater specifications.

Comparison of GSM, GPRS, & UMTS
by Maxton in Electronics
The Global System for Mobile Communications became the basis of Europe's wireless communication infrastructure in the 1990s. New technologies have extended GSM's capabilities or relied on different methods to provide cellular consumers with service. GSMThe global system for mobile communication, or GSM, is used worldwide to provide service to cellular customers, predominantly consumers in Asia

The Difference Between UMTS & CDMA
by AndyD2k in Electronics
UTMS (Universal Mobile Telephone System) and CDMA (Code-Division Multiple-Access) are both ITU (International Telecommunication Union) approved 3G cellular phone standards. CDMA was meant to be backwards compatible and is deployed mainly for the U.S. market, while UTMS was developed for countries with GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) networks who agreed to utilize new frequencies.

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