2nd October 2019


Is 3g and HSPA+ the same?

HSPA+ or Evolved High Speed Packet Access, is a souped-up version of HSUPA and HSDPA 3G standards with speeds comparable to the newer LTE networks. Theoretical speeds are said to feature download speeds up to 168Mbps and uplink of 22Mbps.

In respect to this, is Hsdpa 3g or 4g?

HSDPA is sometimes called 3.5G. HSPA+ is an evolution HSPA(HSDPA&HSUPA). It is a 4G technology that allows download at a rate of up to 168Mbps. LTE is a 4G communication standard that supports HD video streaming, download speed as high as 299.6Mbps.

What do you mean by HSPA?

HSPA (high speed packet access) is a third-generation (3G) mobile broadband communications technology. The term HSPA actually refers to two specific protocols used in tandem, high speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) and high speed uplink packet access (HSUPA).
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