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  1. #101  
    100K file
    97 kbit/sec
    2.378s latency
    10.579s d/l time
    Sprint PCS
    Greensboro, NC
    3 bars signal strength
  2. #102  
    100k file
    35 kbit/sec
    2.823s latency
    25.486s d/l time
    T-Mobile T-Zones
    4 bars
    Chicago, IL/West Loop

    Firmware: 02.05
    Software: Treo600-1.08-INT
    Hardware: B

    - cb
    copper treo 680/t-mobile
  3. #103  
    100k file
    83 kbit/sec
    2.508s latency
    12.082d/l time
    Sprint
    3-4 bars
    Thousand Oaks, CA
  4. #104  
    Yea, from a simple glance over Sprint seems to be kicking **** to the tune of double the others.

    This pleases me.
  5. #105  
    SPRINT PCS NYC
    71 kbit/sec
    3.025s latency
    25.429s d/l time
  6. #106  
    Sprint PCS in Cleveland OH
    100 k file
    95 kbit/sec
    2.63s latency
    10.558s d/l time

    Dunc
  7. #107  
    AT&T GSM
    Fairfax, VA
    21kbit/sec
    2.639s latency
    3 bars signal strength

  8. #108  
    Sprint PCS in San Francisco, CA
    100 k file
    82 kbit/sec
    2.63s latency
    12.305s d/l time
  9. #109  
    i did the update after sprint sms`d me. thank god, no problems! i bury my hatchet, greenberg!

    speed test

    100 kbit/sec

    2.723s latency

    10.656s d/l time

    MUCH FASTER THAN BEFORE THE UPDATE!
  10. #110  
    Sprint PCS- NY NY
    1.2 Firmware


    104 kbit/sec
    2.457s latency
    10.149s d/l time
  11. #111  
    T-Mo
    North of Houston
    4 bars
    Three attempts

    28k 27K 30L
    Latency 2.223 2.282 2.367
  12. #112  
    100K file
    60 kbit/sec
    2.7s latency
    15.86 s d/l time
    South Denver metro area
    Sprint Service
    3 bars

    Also tried this on a Sanyo 8200 PCS phone to compare:
    100K file
    Sprint Service
    43 kbit/sec
    4.4 s latency
    21 s d/l time

    Was hoping my slow access speed was due to the built-in Treo browser. Guess that's not the case
    Last edited by TreoMountain; 06/05/2004 at 05:42 PM.
  13. #113  
    Cingular - Orlando, FL
    34kbit/sec
  14. #114  
    t-mobile - Orlando
    36kbit/sec
  15. #115  
    SPCS
    Sacramento CA

    100K test

    104 kbit/sec
    2.733s latency
    10.383s d/l time

    2 bars
    Software: Treo600-1.20-SPR
    Hardware: B
    Truth is good, knowledge is power and it's the second mouse who gets the cheese
  16. #116  
    it is very slow with TMO in So cal. 100k. i get 1kbit / sec. what the pho... sigh
  17. #117  
    102 kbits/sec

    sprintpcs.

    seems to be improving!
  18. #118  
    multiple test results

    102 kbits/sec
    100 kbits/sec
    106 kbits/sec !!!

    sprintpcs in new jersey.
    B hardware
  19. #119  
    Quote Originally Posted by craigdts
    ravic,
    Sprint has a faster data network than the GSM (ATT, TMO, & Cingular). But it also makes the Sprint Treo 600 run thru its battery faster. This is a known fact, u can probably find something about it on palmone's website
    Agreed. Sprint CDMA is going to be about twice as fast and all this thread shows that. For those of us that travel, CDMA isn't an option (since the ROW uses GSM). And I doubt the ROW will somehow decide CDMA is better and switch their network. I just traveled with someone to London and their Sprint phone said in the hotel in a bag while I had perfect connectivity.

    It will be real interesting to see what happens to CDMA technology over time.
  20. #120  
    SPCS NY ONE BAR

    82 kbit/sec

    3.057s latency
    12.763s d/l time.

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