How you might circumvent a mobile network


Mobile technology is evolving and as smartphone memory (including increased flash storage space), battery life and network performance improves, so will the opportunities to circumvent the existing mobile networks. Nothing is impossible with the advances being made with smartphones right now. The events in Egypt, Libya and Syria, got me thinking about how mobiles could be used without governments/mobile operators spying on the voice and data calls.

Cell towers (sites) would provide the coverage and if the cell site was knocked offline, the mobile network wouldn’t exist. So what if you could find a way to circumvent the loss of a cell network? I actually believe (and this is based on research I am doing) that somewhere right now, government or even hackers are looking into ways of communicating outside of the 3G/4G(LTE) networks. LTE (Long Term Evolution) is the latest transmission technology (4G) which provides greater bandwidth and speed for data hungry smartphones - far greater than 3G was ever capable of. If LTE isn’t introduced then the 3G network will grind to a halt - or will it? Read more...

February 3, 2012
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