LTE networks is an intermediary technology which is too expensive to implement worldwide, only on very densely populated areas where the returns are justified, Extended WiFi, TD-SCDMA and other new high density spectrum and fibre-over-powerlines will be the networks of the future. Offloading by a meshed network of Extended WiFi will be popular when 3G networks are congested, everyone will try to squeeze as much as possible from existing networks and spectrum frequencies, solutions which are cheaper will make 4G adoption limited. Wireless routers of the future will have Extended WiFi with a free channel for everyone access for a meshed network, as cheap as wireless routers of today but capable of intelligent matrix routing, even supporting voice/video across all networks with automatic switching technology. Fibre-over-powerlines will fill in the gap for extreme bandwidth and everywhere in the world, even in mountains and aircrafts, ships, high speed broadband and communications is possible. My Intelligent Matrix routing uses GPS up to 4 feet, and Radar pulsar up to a millimeter for co-ordinates, even space can be utilised, but that is a different matter altogether, using switching technology for uploads and downloads, even store and forward.
– Contributed by Oogle.