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Topic # 7685 2-May-2006 21:56
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Can multiple CDMA 2000 1x lines be combined as in MLPP for dialup (POTS) to get a higher throuput???
How does the data channel work? What is the maximum no. of codes assigned for data in a sector/base station??


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Reply # 34591 2-May-2006 22:44
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Yes - as long as the carrier supports it. MLPPP needs to be configured at the network end by the carrier. I have done it in a test environment and it works well although it does tend to suck up the bandwidth.





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  Reply # 34593 2-May-2006 23:26
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Thanks. So it has to be done on the PDSN. How about the customer end?
I heard from someone that in CDMA a common set of codes are shared for data and only one 144k (153k) stream is possible per carrier. If nultiple users transmit, they will have a lower rate, and max throughput from the sector per carrrier is 144k. In that sence, is MLPP useful to boost bandwidth??

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