Wireless GSM Networks
“Later generations of GSM, like EDGE, UMTS and HSDPA, offer faster speeds and larger data capacities, allowing more advanced applications for both the consumer and the commercial arenas.”
GSM networks are becoming more common all over the world. In addition to consumer cell-phone applications like text messaging, GSM technology enables a wide range of essential operations in the commercial sphere, such as the machine-to-machine data transfers used for remote meter reading, vending machine control, home security automation and ATM machine function, to name just a few.
Wireless GSM Networks Connect the World
Most new cellular phones now have GSM capabilities, and GSM is standard on most cellular networks. It is also becoming far less expensive to use than in the past, enabling wireless communications companies to offer unlimited text messaging and/or multimedia messaging to customers for a flat monthly fee. Later generations of GSM, like EDGE, UMTS and HSDPA, offer faster speeds and larger data capacities, allowing more advanced applications for both the consumer and the commercial arenas. The basis for all of these methods of communication is the antenna.
In order to get the right antenna for each GSM project, a professional antenna design company is essential. Mobile Mark specializes in the design and manufacture of device, vehicular and fixed-site antennas for 800 MHz to 5.8 GHz. The company provides worldwide antenna design services for GSM projects of all kinds, in addition to antennas for a range of other systems such as cellular/GPS, public safety (2.4 GHz), RFID, WLL, broadband and wireless Internet, and more. Contact Mobile Mark at email@example.com, 1-800-648-2400 or 847-671-6690.