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Topic # 9214 30-Aug-2006 10:30
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I've noticed that my Woosh test site in Auckland CBD has started to show degraded performance - that is, loss of connection and uneven speeds during evenings.

The signal seems to be fine, so I'm wondering if this is related to more subscribers coming online. As Woosh uses TDD-WCDMA, is it susceptible to "cell breathing" as described by sbiddle here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=39&TopicId=8732&page_no=1#42475


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  Reply # 45000 30-Aug-2006 11:16
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IP Wireless have technology that minimises cell breathing. Probably more likely due to increased subscribers.




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  Reply # 45005 30-Aug-2006 13:49
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The end result still being the same, just a potentially easier problem for Woosh to fix if they so choose.

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  Reply # 45928 12-Sep-2006 17:08
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Im having the same issue Juha




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  Reply # 45929 12-Sep-2006 17:21
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Woosh has made contact with me, so I'll have a word with them about this. The service seems to be OK now though.




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