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Airvana Boosts Femtocell Data Speeds Five-Fold

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Mar 23, 2009, 9:16 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Airvana has created new femtocell technology that increases in-home data coverage and in-hone data speeds. In Airvana's tests, it found that it could provide a 2Mbps connection to an EVDO data network consistently via its femtocell, which is about five times what users typically experience in the real world on cellular macro networks. Airvana's femtocell is called HubBub, and it provides EVDO Rev. A coverage indoors. No carriers have announced plans to offer the HubBub, but it is compatible with Alltel, Sprint and Verizon's CDMA networks.

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Mar 23, 2009, 9:58 AM

EVDO Rev A real worls speeds

EVDO Rev A real worlds speeds are around 1.2 mbps. not sure how 2.0 is 5x that but anyways this is still very cool for people with poor coverage in their home.
Typical Average Speed - bps
CDMA Down Link Up Link
EVDO-A 450-850K 300-400K
EVDO-0 300-500K 60- 90K
1xRTT 60- 90K 60- 90K
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