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Ericsson Hits 42Mbps Downloads with HSPA

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Feb 11, 2009, 2:45 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Ericsson and carrier partner Telstra have reached wireless download speeds of 42Mbps with Ericsson's High-Speed Packet Access technology. Telstra already offers 21Mbps downloads via its network. The speed improvements come via the use of multi-carrier technology, which lets end-users receive data through two channels rather than just one. Multi-carrier technology also leads to better performance at the cell edge. Telstra plans to offer this technology in mobile Internet dongles by the end of 2009.

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Jayshmay

Feb 11, 2009, 3:55 PM

And the real world speeds that AT&T offers is what???. . .

A measly what 2mbps? I AM NOT talking about advertised speeds nor theorical speeds. Using a USB modem what are the real world speeds that AT&T's network is capable of in February 2009? I'd like to know what we get for the $60/mo they charge.

Preferably someone who actually has an aircard or usb modem fro AT&T respond.
That was using a tethered AT&T Tilt with my laptop.

Granted it's not usually that high.
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The current network cap up here is 1.8mbps. It may not always be that, but that is the ideal.

I think there was an article about Nokia hitting 128mbps or something near there in a German test market. Shocked
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Jayshmay

Feb 11, 2009, 4:31 PM

Hmm, somehow my post got submitted twice.

Ooops
Jayshmay

Feb 11, 2009, 3:53 PM

And the real world speeds that AT&T offers is what???. . .

A measly what 2mbps? I AM NOT talking about advertised speeds nor theorical speeds. Using a USB modem what are the real world speeds that AT&T's network is capable of in February 2009? I'd like to know what we get for the $60/mo they charge.
 
 
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