“Once considered a luxury, GSM and later 3G and 4G incarnations such as EDGE, UMTS and HSDPA, are now used by over 3 billion people–nearly half the population of the planet.”
The GSM antenna plays a crucial role in today’s cellular technology, allowing users to communicate in nearly any part of the world no matter what network they’re using. Once considered a luxury, GSM and later 3G and 4G incarnations such as EDGE, UMTS and HSDPA, are now used by over 3 billion people–nearly half the population of the planet. As demand increases, cellular technology continues to advance, and the design and construction of antennas is an integral part of that progress.
Antennas are part of every aspect of the GSM process, whether in the phones themselves, in signal towers or in satellites. In the United States and Canada, 850 and 1,900 MHz communication bands are used, while in other parts of the world, 900 and 1,800 MHz bands are the norm. Antennas used in the GSM process must conform to the bandwidths employed in the areas where they’ll operate, with spectrum usage being negotiated by the ITU (International Telecommunications Union). The latest generation of phones can be equipped with antennas that are compatible with multiple bandwidths, so that they can be used anywhere in the world.
Proper antenna design for all types of GSM, CDMA, and other networks can be obtained from professional companies that specialize in this field. Mobile Mark is available to perform these services for companies everywhere. Contact Mobile Mark at email@example.com, 1-800-648-2400 or 847-671-6690.