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The similarities and differences between industrial... 1. definition of industrial 4G router and industrial switch   Industrial 4G router:   Industrial 4G router is a network device responsible for path finding. It provides users with communication by finding the least communication from multiple paths in the interconnection network. Industrial 4G router...

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4g router features of E-lins Technology With the development of new communication technologies and the continuous improvement of network efficiency and function of wireless communication, 4G has been widely used. 4G industrial-grade wireless routers are playing an increasingly important role in the applications of various industries, and the price is getting...

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E-Lins Industrial router applications Industrial-grade routers as Internet network layer communication equipment application in all walks of life, brought a lot of convenience for our industry. "E-Lins" introduce the application of industrial router scenario analysis.   1 The self-service terminal network   E-lins industrial router networking...

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Classification of 4G industrial routers There are many types of 4G industrial routers, which can be divided into different categories from different perspectives. Different types of 4G industrial routers can be used in different environments. The following sections classify the 4G industrial routers from different perspectives. According to the performance From...

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Dual SIM Router vs. Dual Radio Router Projects are looking to save their enterprises time and money ask us this very often: “When would I need to use dual SIMs, and in what situations should I consider dual radio dual sim router?” In order to make this clear, let’s take a quick look at the dual SIM and dual SIM dual radio module functionality. Dual...

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What’s HSPA+?

Category : 技术相关

HSPA+ is a network.HSPA+ (High Speed Packet Access Plus) is the name of the set of HSPA enhancements that are defined in 3GPP beyond Release 6 (R6). The enhanced downlink (HSDPA) was defined in R5 and the enhanced uplink (HSUPA) was defined in R6.
HSPA+ is an enhanced version of high-speed 3G wireless networks. Because it is so closely related to 3G and is not a new, built-from-the ground-up technology, HSPA+ has been called a 3.5G network instead of a true 4G network. But HSPA+ networks are capable of delivering 4G speeds, with download speeds between 5 megabits per second and 8 mbps.

This means that when you use an HSPA+ enabled device to access the internet, pages will load even quicker than normal on your phoneor computer – and you can expect faster downloads too.

Key Features of HSPA+:

It increases HSPA capacity as well as reduce latency below 50 milliseconds
It supports voice and data services on the same carrier and across all of the available radio spectrum and offers these services simultaneously to users
HSPA+ with 64 QAM and advanced antenna techniques such as 2X2 MIMO can deliver 42 Mbps theoretical capability and 11.5 Mbps on the uplink and could be ready for deployment in 2010
HSPA+ enhancements are backward-compatible with UMTS Release 99/Release 5/Release 6
HSPA+ could match, and possibly exceed, the potential performance capabilities of IEEE 802.16e-2005 (mobile WiMAX) in the same amount of spectrum, and could match LTE performance when using 5 MHz of spectrum.