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  1.    #21  
    I've been reading other posts and sort of understand how CDMA reduces spectrum while GSM reduces the length of time ect., but I still havn't figured out if there is a difference between the two in regard to not hearing the other end of the conversation. I think ToolkiT did a very good job of explaining whats going on with GSM, but being from Reading I'm not sure if he's had much experience with CDMA. Does CDMA also cut out "COMPLETELY" if there is not a loud/intelligent signal on the other end?
  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by oki32
    but being from Reading I'm not sure if he's had much experience with CDMA. Does CDMA also cut out "COMPLETELY" if there is not a loud/intelligent signal on the other end?
    Nope haven't used a CDMA phone...ever..
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    It doesn't surprise me that you've never used CDMA, although I was hoping some others in Austrailia, Asia, or America have.
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    Naming a thread "Is It Really True?" is unhelpful. I was all prepared to read about something deeply astounding, like maybe a WiFi kit for the Treo or peace in the Middle East. The subject is a serious one, though, because the lack of sound from the other party and the lack of "sidetone" - the sound of one's own voice coming back through the earpiece - are among the causes of "cell yell". I just can't wait until we have two hundred people in an airplane all sharing their personal moments.
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    i hope dutch meant 6 600s...
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    Personal experience based on 2 years on Sprint and 12 months on T-mobile. I feel Sprint did a better job in cancelling all the background noises. My wife's T610 and V300 pick up whatever sounds nearby, while our old Sprint phones (Sanyo, LG and maybe 1-2 Samsung) never did. We noticed this the first day when we switched to T-mo.
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    Am I the only one that things this has much more to do with phones than with the network? And in terms of cancelling background noise, is there a chance, that if the network is actually involved, it is during times when bandwidth is restricted and the phone rations data sent by eliminating all sounds while you aren't talking?
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    Not sure Kram, could be either way...
    When I get my GSM treo 650 we can compare it with your CDMA one..
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    I don't think that will have adequate controls, TK. I think the very fact that the radios are different will invalidate the comparison.
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