Template:Spectral efficiency comparison table

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Spectral efficiency of common communication systems.
Service Standard Launched
year
Max. net bitrate R
per carrier
per one spatial stream
(Mbit/s)
Bandwidth B
per carrier
(MHz)
Max. link spectral efficiency R/B
((bit/s)/Hz)
Typical reuse factor 1/K System spectral efficiency (R/B)/K
((bit/s)/Hz per site)
SISO MIMO
1G cellular NMT 450 modem 1981 0.0012 0.025 0.45 N/A 0.14285717 0.064
1G cellular AMPS modem 1983 0.0003[1] 0.030 0.001 N/A 0.14285717[2] 0.0015
2G cellular GSM 1991 0.104 0.013 × 8 timeslots = 0.104 0.200 0.2 0.52 N/A 0.111111119 (​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 N/A 0.111111119 (​13[3] in 1999) 0.45 0.45[3] (in 1999)
2.75G cellular CDMA2000 1× voice 2000 0.0096 0.0096 per phone call × 22 calls 1.2288 0.0078 per call N/A 1 0.172 (fully loaded)
2.75G cellular GSM + EDGE 2003 0.384 (typ. 0.20) 0.2 1.92 (typ. 1.00) N/A 0.3333313 0.33[3]
2.75G cellular IS-136HS + EDGE 0.384 (typ. 0.27) 0.200 1.92 (typ. 1.35) N/A 0.3333313 0.45[3]
3G cellular WCDMA FDD 2001 0.384 5 0.077 N/A 1 0.51
3G cellular CDMA2000 1x PD 2002 0.153 1.2288 0.125 N/A 1 0.1720 (fully loaded)
3G cellular CDMA2000 1×EV-DO Rev.A 2002 3.072 1.2288 2.5 N/A 1 1.3
Fixed WiMAX IEEE 802.16d 2004 96 20 4.8 0.2514 1.2
3.5G cellular HSDPA 2007 21.1 5 4.22 1 4.22
4G MBWA iBurst HC-SDMA 2005 3.9 0.625 7.23 [4] 1 7.23
4G cellular LTE 2009 81.6 20 4.08 16.32 (4x4) [5] 1 (0.3333313 at the perimeters[6]) 16.32
4G cellular LTE-Advanced 2013[7] 75 20 3.75 30.00 (8x8) [5] 1 (0.3333313 at the perimeters[6]) 30
Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11a/g 2003 54 20 2.7 N/A 0.3333313[citation needed] 0.900
Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11n 2007 72.2 (up to 150) 20 (up to 40) 3.61 (up to 3.75) up to 15.0 (4x4, 40MHz) 0.3333313[citation needed] 5.0 (4x4, 40MHz)
Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11ac 2012 433.3 (up to 866.7) 80 (up to 160) 5.42 up to 43.3 (8x8, 160MHz)[8] 0.3333313[citation needed] 14.4 (8x8, 160MHz)
WiGig IEEE 802.11ad 2013 6756 2160 3 N/A 1[citation needed] 3
Trunked radio system TETRA, low FEC 1998 0.019 4 timeslots = 0.019 (0.029 without FEC)[9][10][11] 0.025 0.8 N/A 0.14285717[12] 0.1
Trunked radio system TETRA II with TEDS, 64-QAM, 150kHz, low FEC 2011 0.538 4 timeslots = 0.538[9][10][11] 0.150 (scalable to 0.025) 3.6 N/A
Digital radio DAB 1995 0.576 to 1.152 1.712 0.34 to 0.67 N/A 0.20015 0.07 to 0.13
Digital radio DAB with SFN 1995 0.576 to 1.152 1.712 0.34 to 0.67 N/A 1 0.34 to 0.67
Digital TV DVB-T 1997 31.67 (typ. 24)[13] 8 4.0 (typ. 3.0) N/A 0.14317[14] 0.57
Digital TV DVB-T with SFN 1996 31.67 (typ. 24)[13] 8 4.0 (typ. 3.0) N/A 1 4.0 (typ. 3.0)
Digital TV DVB-T2 2009 45.5 (typ. 40)[13] 8 5.7 (typ. 5.0) N/A 0.14317[14] 0.81
Digital TV DVB-T2 with SFN 2009 45.5 (typ. 40)[13] 8 5.7 (typ. 5.0) N/A 1 5.7 (typ. 5.0)
Digital TV DVB-S 1995 33.8 for 5.1 C/N (44.4 for 7.8 C/N)[15] 27.5 1.2 (1.6) N/A 0.25014[16] 0.3 (0.4)
Digital TV DVB-S2 2005 46 for 5.1 C/N (58.8 for 7.8 C/N)[15] typ. 30 1.5 (2.0) N/A 0.25014[16] 0.4 (0.5)
Digital TV ATSC with DTx 1996 32 19.39 1.6 N/A 1 3.23
Digital TV DVB-H 2007 5.5 to 11 8 0.68 to 1.4 N/A 0.20015 0.14 to 0.28
Digital TV DVB-H with SFN 2007 5.5 to 11 8 0.68 to 1.4 N/A 1 0.68 to 1.4
Digital cable TV DVB-C 256-QAM mode 1994 38 6 6.33 N/A N/A N/A
Broadband CATV modem DOCSIS 3.1 QAM-4096, 25kHz OFDM spacing, LDPC 2016 1890[17][18] 192 9.84 N/A N/A N/A
Broadband modem ADSL2 downlink 12 0.962 12.47 N/A N/A N/A
Broadband modem ADSL2+ downlink 28 2.109 13.59 N/A N/A N/A
Telephone modem V.92 downlink 1999 0.056 0.004 14.0 N/A N/A N/A

N/A means not applicable.

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