Not everyone quickly signed up for every new internet service that came (and these days, they hang out quickly). Some people avoid new technology because they are afraid to deal with complications related to canceling their old contracts and committed to new ones. Other people are worried about complicated installation processes. Another thing that can cause people to hesitate before adapting to new internet technology is they don’t understand it. It is not always easy to find reliable information about new services written in a way that normal people who are not professional computer technicians can understand.
These are some reasons that stop people from subscribing to the latest generation (fourth, precise) of wireless internet technology called WiMAX (shortening of interoperability worldwide for microwave access). The following list will be further discussing some of the main concerns that people have regarding this new technology and explain why you have no reason to worry.
Concern # 1: service quality. One common misconception about WiMAX technology is that it comes with serious latency problems. Latence refers to how long for data sent from your computer to the network and back again. If you experience delays between when you click on the link, for example, and when you are taken to the link, you have a problem with latency. It can interfere with activities such as interactive web-based video calls, VoIP voices (Voice Over IP), and streaming videos or online music. However, while other types of wireless technology are very vulnerable to the problem of latency, this does not occur with 4G.
Concern # 2: Security. Some people are worried that the signal transmitted between your computer or telephone and your local wireless network will be easily intercepted. But you really don’t need a fret about whether your information will be safe or not. Made with violations of access and prevention of intrusion in mind, the fourth generation wireless internet is actually much safer than most WiFi networks.
Concern # 3: Dependency. If you are looking for cellular internet services that you can count on, it doesn’t look more than 4G. In fact, there are extreme cases (for example, during natural disasters) where all cities lose electricity and access to other types of internet, but the fourth generation network remains intact. This is because this reliable network has been built to hold even the hardest conditions.
Concern # 4: Disorders. If you have used other types of wireless technology such as cellphone services, then you know that the signal transmitted through air waves tends to be susceptible to certain types of disorders. With 4G technology, there are two basic types of basic disorders that can occur – charged channels and channels. The first happens when the transmitter at different frequencies gets each other, and the second is when two transmitters differ intentionally using the same frequency. When technology continues to grow, both types of disorders will become less and fewer problems.