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Смартфоны перегружают сотовые сети

Компания Airvana, изучающая технологии мобильных сетей, сообщила об обнаружении ранее незамеченных и существенных характеристик функционирования смартфонов.

 

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Guest Pingva

Пацаны!! ДАЙТЕ МНЕ ТОЖЕ ПОКУРИТЬ!!! Я тоже хочу шо нить прогнать в таком духе!!!

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Да переводчик чего-то не то вкурил. Читайте оригинал:

http://www.airvana.com/news/news_950.htm

Background to Network Load Multiplier Effect research

Airvana has monitored the capacity load on macro-cellular mobile broadband infrastructure deployed widely around the world since 2003. Until recently, the focus of the analysis has been on the amount of data throughput generated on a network basis. However, over the past couple of years as smartphones have grown in popularity, it has become increasingly important to also closely monitor the explosion in signaling traffic to better design solutions to help resolve capacity bottlenecks. Signaling refers to the messaging “overhead” involved with initiating and terminating network connections, and maintaining connections as users move between cells. Signaling typically contains relatively few “bits”, but it can strain network resources due to the need for network elements such as base stations and radio network controllers to process a very large number of these short control messages.

 

How is the 8x network load multiplier calculated? While a smartphone user downloads a fraction (typically 1/25th) of the data consumed by a laptop user, the signaling load produced by the smartphone user is much higher and in fact one third of the laptop user on average. In other words, while it takes 25 smart phones to equal the data throughput from one laptop, it only takes three smart phones to equal the signaling network impact of one laptop (25/3 ≈ 8x). And since there are many more smartphones than laptops on the typical network, smart phones now generate in aggregate the vast majority of signaling traffic. Several factors account for the signaling-intense nature of smartphone traffic, including (1) the nature of smartphone applications such as e-mail and other push-based applications to constantly poll the network for updates; (2) that smartphones are often mobile during sessions; and (3) that they are nearly always turned on with applications running, even when they are not being used.

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Guest Johnys

Тут к Telecom TV больше претензий, а не к переводчику.

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Да переводчик явно студент первокурсник с плохим англицким...

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