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  1. Widdy's Avatar
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    #181  
    Sprint PCS Vision
    100K File
    94kbit/sec
    2.479s latency
    10.772s d/l time
    2 bars signal strength
  2. #182  
    tmobile
    29 kbit/sec
    2.806s latency
    29.796s d/l time
  3. #183  
    Hi,
    here are the results of the jury ;-) :
    39 kbit/sec
    2.628s latency
    22.939s d/l time
    Vodafone Germany
    Walter from HMC
    wisdom is born by questions
    The PDA world before my Treo 750:
    Casio, Siena, Psion 3a, Revo, m505, m515, vX, Treo 270,
    Treo 600, Nokia 9300, MDA Vario, ASUS P525

    MacBook 13"3 Core 2 Duo 2GHz 2GB 160HDD and
    Treo 750 both actuell over exchangeserver by 1&1
    and my awesome Smart Roadster Coupe
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    #184  
    GSM, TMobile - Free Wap
    Speed: 38kbit/sec
    Firmware 2.02
    Software: 1.06-CNG
    Location: Westwood, MA
    Time: 17:00 EST
  5. #185  
    Sprint PCS Vision/Treo 300
    100K File
    185kbit/sec
    0.158s latency
    4.467s d/l time


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    Last edited by nubian; 06/11/2004 at 04:25 PM.
  6. #186  
    Orange
    Epsom/Leatherhead, Surrey
    2 bars reception

    14 kbit/sec
    2.148 sec latency
  7. #187  
    The speed debate between GSM/GPRS (T-Mobile, Cingular, AT&T Wireless) & CDMA (Sprint, Verizon) on this thread is kinda funny to me. There shouldn't even be a debate, because CDMA data speed will be faster than GPRS.

    However, there is one very important reason why I choose GSM/GPRS over CDMA. It's because GSM/GPRS protocol can suspend your data usage (i.e. IM, Web Surfing, etc.) while allowing incoming calls to come through. CDMA on the other hand will not. It will automatically forward the incoming call to your voicemail.

    I am a very data centric person so people who need to casually reach me, he/she can IM or Email me. But if I receive a phone call, then it's usually more time sensitive or important. Therefore, I like the ability for an incoming call to get through to me while I'm IM'ing or surfing the net.
  8. #188  
    100k file
    Sprint PCS
    90 kbit/sec
    2.557 s latency
    11.0315 d/l time

    Vernon Hills, IL
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    #189  
    Orange France GSM
    Central Paris
    51 kbit/sec
    1.923s latency
    17.134s d/l time
    3 bars signal
  10. #190  
    100K file
    101 kbit/sec
    2.289 Latency
    10.14s dl time
    Sprint PCS
    Philly, PA
    4 bars
  11. #191  
    Sprint CDMA
    Software: Treo600-1.20-SPR
    Hardware: C
    Huntsville, AL (2 bars strength)
    82 kbit/sec
    2.904s latency
    12.377s d/l time
  12. #192  
    Quote Originally Posted by techjunkie
    However, there is one very important reason why I choose GSM/GPRS over CDMA. It's because GSM/GPRS protocol can suspend your data usage (i.e. IM, Web Surfing, etc.) while allowing incoming calls to come through. CDMA on the other hand will not. It will automatically forward the incoming call to your voicemail.
    Is that really true? I'm certainly no expert, but from what I've read on this forum, I understand that in practical terms the current crop of both CDMA and GSM phones work pretty much the same way: If data is actually flowing (i.e the arrows are green), calls will get forwarded to voicemail. If the arrows are gray, the phone will ring. Anyone confirm or deny that?
  13. #193  
    100k file
    82 kbps
    2.92s Latency
    12.617s download

    Sprint Treo 600 w/ 1.2 Firmware & 2 bars signal
  14. #194  
    100k File

    90 kbit/sec
    2.659s latency
    11.482s d/l time
    SprintPCS, Three Bars Signal Strength
  15. #195  
    T-mobile
    Bay area
    37kbits/sec
    3.313s latency
    3:50p
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    #196  
    I am a very data centric person so people who need to casually reach me, he/she can IM or Email me. But if I receive a phone call, then it's usually more time sensitive or important. Therefore, I like the ability for an incoming call to get through to me while I'm IM'ing or surfing the net.
    Of course, if you do a lot of data transfers on GSM at 1/3 the speed of CDMA that means you are quite frequently still downloading long after the CDMA user has already finished!

    I mostly jest...
  17. #197  
    JesterO I can confirm that I can receive calls while on the web if not in Green data mode. Even in on/off Green/Grey data mode I still get calls sometimes. And I have Sprint so I dont think its a CDMA issue.
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    sprint treo 600
    200K test

    51KB/sec
    2.527 lat
    33.116s d/l
    2 bars
  19. #199  
    Delaware County PA
    Sprint / CDMA
    97 kbit / sec
    2.346s latency
    10.516s d/l time
    ALL WITH ONE BAR!
    Honestly don't know how GSM'ers get by!?!
    Scraps of paper>>Back of my hand>>Kyo 6035>>Treo 600>>Treo 650>>PPC6700(Sold on Fleabay)>>Treo 650>>Treo 700p>>Treo 755p and still thinking about an iPhone
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    sprint treo 600
    100K test

    82KB/sec
    2.782s lat
    12.279s d/l
    2 bars

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