Intel i3 4010U Mobile Networks
Most system on chips have a specialized digital signal processor that is used for low-power operations of the device in applications that deal with analog signals like audio, video, and mobile broadband signals. Every analog signal is converted into a digital signal which is then processed by the DSP at a lower waiting time, as compared to CPU running the same signal processing algorithm, thus improving performance and graphics output. Intel i3 4010U mobile networks are a set of broadband signals like GSM, GPRS, LTE, CDMA from which an SoC can extract and process data.
Intel i3 4010U GSM and CDMA
Intel i3 4010U GSM and CDMA are the two major radio technologies used in cell phones. GSM is a wireless network that uses multiple frequency bands. It is highly popular as it gives the freedom of transposability. GSM digitizes and compresses the data, then sends it down a channel along with two other streams of user data, each in its own time slot. Intel i3 4010U SoC sees the use of GSM technology. CDMA as the name suggests is a form of multiplexing that allows numerous signals to occupy a single transmission channel,thus optimizing the use of available bandwidth. Intel i3 4010U uses GSM.
Intel i3 4010U HSPDA
The selection of Intel i3 4010U Architecture strongly governs what communication protocol it supports! Mobile networks such as GPRS, are a way of carrying data on cell phone networks and provide faster data transmission than GSM. However, GPRS is limited to data, it does not carry voice. Faster ways of carrying data on these networks are EDGE and HSDPA. HSDPA used in Intel i3 4010U, is a packet based telephony protocol used in 3rd Generation radio networks to increase data capacity and transfer rates. The presence of Intel i3 4010U HSPDA allows data transfer speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps.