Explain EDGE

Explain EDGE.

- EDGE is an acronym for Enhanced Data GSM Environment
- An improved wireless technology over GSM
- A 2nd generation cell phone technology
- EDGE is used for wireless data transfer via mobile phone connection
- Data transfer rates up to 4 times more than GSM networks
- With the advent of Blackberry and iPhone, faster data transfer is sought
- Using more sophisticated coding, usually without high end hardware, wireless carrier’s base stations are supported for data transfer speeds up to 384 KBPS
- EDGE is an alternative to replacing wireless technology, such as GPRS
- EDGE will eventually be replaced by 3G technology such as WCDMA.
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