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Ericsson Pushes HSPA Data to 56Mbps

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Mar 31, 2009, 11:26 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Ericsson has reached a new milestone with its HSPA networking equipment. Using its HSPA multi-carrier MIMO (multiple in multiple out) technology, it reached peak data speeds of 56Mbps on the downlink. HSPA multi-carrier technology with MIMO is expected to reach the market by 2010.

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stoopered

Mar 31, 2009, 12:35 PM

Hey 56Mbps!

Cool and Wimax had testing speeds of 70Mbps. Doesn't mean crap if it's not real world. FYI phonescoop. 70Mbps in testing, up to 10Mbps real world.
10mbs over my phone or broadband card would be fine by me.
I suspect this is more typical of having extra capacity vs. speed. How many handsets would use this ? None that I know of. Fixed / data cards - possible.
Using MIMO would be tough on HSPA, as it has issues with limited spectrum CURRENTLY.
Now if someone will get Sony out of the Ericsson then we can talk about a good phone! Eh?
 
 
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