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Topic # 9429 15-Sep-2006 15:22
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Hi guys without any FUD could you please give me the speed of Vodfones Data network (Without compression) the peak and average speed?

ie

CDMA r0

Avg: Send 300-500kbps, recive 120kbps.  Theoretical Max: Send 2.4Mbps, Recive 153Kbps
CDMA rA
Avg: 800Kbps, recive 300Kbps.  Theoretical Max: Send 3.14Mbps, Recive 1.8Mbps


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  Reply # 46249 15-Sep-2006 15:28
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WCDMA: max 384Kbps, average about 200Kbps.
HSDPA: 1.8Mbps, average 700Kbps - 1Mbps
HSDPA update: 3.6Mbps, average ?







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  Reply # 46250 15-Sep-2006 15:47
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Thanks Mauricio

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  Reply # 46255 15-Sep-2006 17:42
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uplink on WCDMA is 128k
uplink on HSDPA is 384k

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  Reply # 46455 19-Sep-2006 12:10
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Any idea what the real world average uplink speeds are on WCDMA and HSPDA?

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  Reply # 46512 19-Sep-2006 20:27

HSDPA Average up is 200-300kbps
Cell Edge is 100-200kbps

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