Template:Spectral efficiency comparison table

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Spectral efficiency of common communication systems.
Service Standard Launched
year
Net bitrate R per carrier

(Mbit/s)

Bandwidth B per carrier

(MHz)

Link spectral efficiency R/B

((bit/s)/Hz)

Typical reuse factor 1/K System spectral efficiency

Approx. ((R/B)/K)

((bit/s)/Hz per site)

1G cellular NMT 450 modem 1981 0.0012 0.025 0.45 0.142857 17 0.064
1G cellular AMPS modem 1983 0.0003[1] 0.030 0.001 0.142857 17[2] 0.0015
2G cellular GSM 1991 0.104 0.013 × 8 timeslots = 0.104 0.200 0.2 0.52 0.1111111 19 (13[3] in 1999) 0.17000 0.17[3] (in 1999)
2G cellular D-AMPS 1991 0.039 0.013 × 3 timeslots = 0.039 0.030 1.3 0.1111111 19 (13[3] in 1999) 0.45 0.45[3] (in 1999)
2.75G cellular CDMA2000 1× voice 2000 0.0096 Max. 0.0096 per phone call × typ 22 calls per carrier 1.2288 0.0078 per mobile × typ 22 calls per carrier 1 0.172 (fully loaded)
2.75G cellular GSM + EDGE 2003 0.0384 Max.: 0.384; Typ.: 0.20; 0.200 0.2 1.92 Max.: 1.92; Typ.: 1.00; 0.33333 13 0.33[3]
2.75G cellular IS-136HS + EDGE 0.384 Max.: 0.384; Typ.: 0.27; 0.200 0.2 1.92 Max.: 1.92; Typ.: 1.35; 0.33333 13 0.45[3]
3G cellular WCDMA FDD 2001 0.384 Max.: 0.384 per mobile; 5 0.077 Max.: 0.077 per mobile; 1 0.51 Max.:0.51
3G cellular CDMA2000 1x PD 2002 0.153 Max.: 0.153 per mobile; 1.2288 0.125 Max.: 0.125 per mobile; 1 Max 0.1720 (fully loaded)
3G cellular CDMA2000 1×EV-DO Rev.A 2002 3.072 Max.: 3.072 per mobile; 1.2288 2.5 Max.: 2.5 per mobile; 1 1.3 Max.: 1.3 average loaded sector
Fixed WiMAX IEEE 802.16d 2004 96 20 (1.75, 3.5, 7, ...) 4.8 0.25 14 1.2
3.5G cellular HSDPA 2007 21 Max.: 42.2 per mobile; 5 2.88 Max.: 8.44 per mobile; 1 Max 8.44
4G MBWA iBurst HC-SDMA 2005 3.9 Max.: 3.9 per carrier; 0.625 7.23 Max.: 7.23 per carrier;[4] 1 7.23 Max.: 7.23
4G cellular LTE 2009 326.4 Max.: 326.4 per mobile; 20 16.32 Max.: 16.32 (4x4 MIMO) 30 (8x8 MIMO) per mobile;[5] 1 16.32 Max.: 16.32;
4G cellular LTE-Advanced 2013[6] 600 600 20 30 30 (8x8 MIMO)[7] 1 30 30
Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11a/g 2003 54 Max.: 54; 20 2.7 Max.: 2.7; 0.33333 13 0.900 0.9
Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11n Draft 2.0 2007 72.2 Max.: 72.2 (one spatial stream, short GI); 20 3.61 Max.: 3.61; 0.33333 13 2.4 Max.: 1.2
Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11ac Draft 3.0 2012 433.3 Max.: 433.3 (one spatial stream, short GI); 80 5.42 Max.: 5.42;
WiGig IEEE 802.11ad 2013 6756 Max.: 6756; 2160 3 Max 3; 0.33333 13 1 Max.: 1
TETRA ETSI 1998 4 timeslots = 0.036 0.025 1.44
Digital radio DAB 1995 0.576 to 1.152 1.712 0.34 to 0.67 0.200 15 0.08 to 0.17
Digital radio DAB with SFN 1995 0.576 to 1.152 1.712 0.34 to 0.67 1 0.34 to 0.67
Digital TV DVB-T 1997 31.67 Max.: 31.67; Typ.: 22.0; 8 4.0 Max.: 4.0; Typ.: 2.8; 0.200 15 0.55
Digital TV DVB-T with SFN 1996 31.67 Max.: 31.67; Typ.: 22.0; 8 4.0 Max.: 4.0; Typ.: 2.8; 1 4.0 Max.: 4.0; Typ.: 2.8;
Digital TV DVB-H 2007 5.5 to 11 8 0.68 to 1.4 0.200 15 0.14 to 0.28
Digital TV DVB-H with SFN 2007 5.5 to 11 8 0.68 to 1.4 1 0.68 to 1.4
Digital cable TV DVB-C 256-QAM mode 38 6 6.33 N/A N/A
Broadband modem ADSL2 downlink 12 0.962 12.47 N/A N/A
Broadband modem ADSL2+ downlink 28 2.109 13.59 N/A N/A
Telephone modem V.92 downlink 1999 0.056 0.004 14.0 N/A N/A

N/A means not applicable.

References

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  1. ^ C. T. Bhunia, Information Technology Network And Internet, New Age International, 2006, page 26.
  2. ^ Lal Chand Godara, "Handbook of antennas in wireless communications", CRC Press, 2002, ISBN 0849301246, ISBN 9780849301247
  3. ^ a b c d e f Anders Furuskär, Jonas Näslund and Håkan Olofsson (1999), "Edge—Enhanced data rates for GSM and TDMA/136 evolution", Ericsson Review no. 1
  4. ^ "KYOCERA's iBurst(TM) System Offers High Capacity, High Performance for the Broadband Era". 
  5. ^ http://www.home.agilent.com/agilent/editorial.jspx?cc=IN&lc=eng&ckey=1905163&id=1905163
  6. ^ http://www.extremetech.com/tag/lte-advanced
  7. ^ http://www.home.agilent.com/agilent/editorial.jspx?cc=IN&lc=eng&ckey=1905163&id=1905163