The 2G Network Shutdown has finally happened.
What is 2G
2G (or 2-G) is short for the GSM technology.
2G cell systems were created on the Finnish GSM standard by Radiolinja (presently part of Elisa Oyj) in 1991.
The advantages of 2G
Three essential advantages of the 2G network over 1G was that encryption was now a standard.
2G frameworks were altogether progressively proficient on the range empowering far more noteworthy remote entrance levels.
2G presented information administrations for versatile, beginning with SMS instant messages.
2G innovations empowered the different systems to give the administrations, for example, instant messages, picture messages, and MMS (mixed media messages).
All instant messages sent over 2G are carefully encoded, permitting the move of information so that just the proposed collector can get and peruse it.
Who does the 2g network shutdown affect?
It has all come to an end now, the 2G Network Shutdown will effect us all.
The GPS/GSM combination and low use of data meant that GPS trackers were able to operate quite cheaply.
After 2G was propelled, the past portable remote system frameworks were retroactively named 1G.
While radio flags on 1G systems are simple, radio flags on 2G systems are computerized.
The two frameworks utilize advanced motioning to associate the radio towers (which tune in to the gadgets) to whatever remains of the versatile framework.
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
With General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), 2G offers a hypothetical most extreme exchange speed of 50 kbit/s (40 kbit/s in practice)[not in reference given]
With EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution), there is a hypothetical greatest exchange speed of 1 Mbit/s (500 kbit/s in practice).
The most widely recognized 2G innovation was the time division numerous entrance (TDMA)- based GSM, initially from Europe however utilized in the majority of the world outside North America.
More than 60 GSM administrators were additionally utilizing CDMA2000 in the 450 MHz recurrence band (CDMA450) by 2010.
The 2G Network Shutdown has affected GPS Trackers; you can no longer use your 2G/GSM based trackers within Australia.