About EDGE (Enhanced Data for Global Evolution)
EDGE (otherwise called Enhanced GPRS or EGPRS) is an data framework use for GSM systems. It gives almost multiple times quicker speeds than the obsolete GPRS network. The most extreme speed is 473 kbps for 8 timeslots however it is ordinarily limited to 135 kbps so as to preserve range assets.
EDGE is standardized likewise by 3GPP as a component of the GSM family. A variation, purported Compact-EDGE, was created for use in a part of Digital AMPS network spectrum.
Through the presentation of refined techniques for coding and transmitting information, EDGE conveys higher piece rates per radio channel, bringing about a triple increment in limit and execution contrasted and a conventional GSM/GPRS association.