A new wireless standard promising increased capacity and high-speed data applications up to two megabits. Implemented in Europe as UMTS and cdma2000 in North America. Goals are high-quality multimedia and advanced global roaming (in house, mobile, satellite, etc.).
A new standard that promises to offer increased capacity and high-speed data applications up to 2 megabits. It also will integrate pico-, micro-, and macro cellular technology, and will allow global roaming. Also called " 3G."
A general term that refers to increased capacity and high-speed data (up to 2 megabits) via digital wireless networks. Tri-Mode Handset: Phones that work on multiple frequencies, typically in the 1900 MHz and 800 MHz digital, or the 800 MHz analog frequencies.