New standard LTE presents it with new opportunities what is LTE and what are the advantages? The acronym LTE stands for long term evolution and is fourth-generation mobile radio standard, which came on the market in 2010 for the first time. More info: Marc Lore. The term 4 g is more common in the everyday Sprachgebracuh. More information is housed here: Sam Mikulak. LTE represents an evolution of the 3 g standards, the UMTS technology. Since LTE is built on the same principles as UMTS is a cheaper and faster expansion of UMTS to LTE. The advantage of LTEs compared with UMTS is especially in a higher speed of data transmission of up to 300mbps per second.
Thus, LTE is the first choice when it comes to mobile transfer of large data packages, or when low latency when using mobile networks play a role. LTE is therefore above all mobile video-conferencing-new development opportunities and prospects for growing popularity. LTE is mobile video conferencing, TelePresence TelePresence quality standard to carry out all-round videoconferencing systems in the Office already almost. The Remote stations are shown in a video conference in high definition on screens which have been installed in accordance with a natural angle. Voices of various participants can be heard from different directions correspond to the image location in the room.
Transmission of sound and images are at the same time, so that the possibilities for Telepresence and video conferencing are limited only by the requirements, provides the Telepresence on the data transfer. In the Office use, the new standard of the scalable video coding helps to alleviate difficulties in data transmission. On the increasingly growing mobile video conferencing market, LTE should help to reliably transfer large data packages, so that video conferences of course can be transferred to the mobile device in the future in HD and are so everywhere and at all times as a means of communication available. LTE promises to reduce latency of mobile video conferencing also in terms of latency to remedy the LTE. Are video conferences even with 3G-Mobilfunkstandard still difficult uninterrupted feasible, LTE with high data transfer rates seems to be considerably more reliable. So video conferencing could possibly from on the road be held without that steady network difficulties provide a cancel of the connection and stop the flow of conversation. It is not so unlikely the LTE in near future UMTS will supersede and the video conference paves the way in turn to replace the conventional telephony.