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The King of Kingz

Mar 26, 2008, 9:28 PM
Wouldnt 4g be out by then? If so then i dont see the point really
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wombough

Mar 27, 2008, 1:58 AM
no it won't. 4g might be done from a devolpment standpoint but no way deployed by then. Wimax will be but its not technicly a 4g network according to the info. LTE won't be deployed fully probably until 2014 is my guess.
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sonstar

Mar 27, 2008, 8:30 AM
wombough said:
no it won't. 4g might be done from a devolpment standpoint but no way deployed by then. Wimax will be but its not technicly a 4g network according to the info. LTE won't be deployed fully probably until 2014 is my guess.



4G would have to be an evolution of data in the cellular technology. Wimax is not an evolution in the cellular industry but rather the computer and networking industry. Wimax has been around for about 5 years in Brazil and Argentina. Wimax has also replaced in some places cellular with VOIP and data.

LTE is the evolution in cellular, and data from cellular. Why do we call, "3G" exactly that, because it is the 3rd generation of data networks over cellular bands.

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durkadurkha

Mar 27, 2008, 11:07 AM
stop talking out of your butt... you just made all of that up!!!
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sonstar

Mar 28, 2008, 3:48 PM
durkadurkha said:
stop talking out of your butt... you just made all of that up!!!


Excuse me!! What basis Sir/Madam do you have to make your accusation?

I have friends that still live down there in Brazil and Argentina and use VOIP over Wimax quite often. You think the US is always on the Cusp of being the first in Technology, but they are not we have some cool things here in the US, but the fact of the matter remains that either European Markets and Japanese have the US beat.

Now addressing the Evolution of Network capabilities for data. The History is quite clear that going from first gen data, then second gen data, then to third gen; has been an evolution in CELLULAR technology not any other...
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durkadurkha

Mar 28, 2008, 3:58 PM
Listen here COWboy, I moved here from a small country called Azerbaijan 2years ago! I think you make stuff up here on phonescoop.com and i think that you dont know what your talking about. and hsopa is faster than LTE except it is more power hungry!! 😛
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Jayshmay

Mar 27, 2008, 12:11 PM
I'm curious what the heck makes you think 2014?!!?

Both Motorola and later this year Verizon are doing LTE tests, and this is now by the way, 2008.

Personally I'm guessing latter part of 2010 ther will be LTE capable aircards available right here in the states.
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youareretarded

Mar 27, 2008, 2:27 PM
LTE requires upgrading the towers. 2014 is likely very accurate.
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Jayshmay

Mar 27, 2008, 2:31 PM
So we have to put up with cruddy 1.5mbps HSDPA for the time being? That's the best speed I currently get.
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