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Nov 17, 2004, 1:00 AM

Mobile phone frequency spectrum allocations

I would be most appreciative if suggestions could be offered to any sources of information on the following.

I am researching mobile phone frequency spectrum allocations from 640MHz through to 3GHz.
My requirement is to locates sources of frequency spectrum allocations for devices or applications other mobile phones within the 64HHz to 3GHz ranges.

Thanking you warmly.
Philip P
1 reply

Nov 16, 2004, 12:55 PM

Mac data cable software

just got a usb data cable to hook my nokia 7250i to my mac powerbook but the software is all for windows. I figure the my computer would just find it like it does everything else, but it is not. Is there any driver, patch that can help? Any ideas? Thanks


Nov 10, 2004, 1:24 PM

wireless laptop??

who has the best service for under 79.00 a month unlimited Internet access?? should i use my phone as a modem? what phone company should i use??
6 replies

Nov 12, 2004, 12:54 AM

I am an experienced programmer (.net, sql, java, c/c++), and I'm curious about cell phone programming. What langauges are generally used? What is the platform?

If anyone knows a good resource website, please let me know! A good overview book would be nice as well.


Nov 8, 2004, 10:01 AM

RF Class?

I was just flippin thru some promo material I found in my stock room on the SE t637 (G-D, Sundays are boring) cause I'm lookin at gettin one. The material mentions that the t637 has a "class IV RF" profile. I'm assuming, due to the statements that follow that a class IV is high on the rating, but my question is this.

What is an RF classification, who sets the standards, and where would I find these classes on other phones? A lot of folks that buy/use phones here (myself included) live in rural areas and I'd love to be able to quantify for them how well their phone is going to get a signal.

Does anyone have information on this?

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Nov 2, 2004, 1:42 PM

Tweaking an AudioVox CDM-9900 - Anyone done it?

Got an AudioVox CDM-9900 from Verizon Wireless and it's got an annoying "Verizon Wireless" banner on the external CallerID screen. Obviously a shameless marketing ploy. I'd like to know if anyone has hacked one of these phones before. If so, how did you do it? I've seen hacks for this problem on LG phones, but the software they recommend (BitPim) seems to be geared toward only LG phones. I want to remove the "Verizon Wireless" banner from the external screen, but I do not want to disable the screen all together. Thanks for the help!
1 reply

Mar 6, 2004, 5:14 PM

Building a cell phone.

I am interested in several different types of cell phones but I have never found a phone that meets ALL of my needs.

I was reading an article on some website about people who wanted to build their own cell phones and such. Is that possible?

I don't mean so much as in "can it be done?"... Because I am sure that if one has access to the various parts that they could BUT are there rules about such things? Do they HAVE to be regulated? If anyone has any info please respond.

9 replies

Oct 25, 2004, 10:48 AM

unlocking attws phones

can someone tell me how to unlock attws phones? or at least point me into a direction to find someone to do it for me? we carry att here at my store and we are looking to drop them, but we have tons of phones that we would like to sell for tmobile. thanks...
5 replies

Jan 8, 2004, 1:31 PM

Anyone know how to create a WAP site?

I am looking to create a WAP site where users can download Rings, Pictures and Games like wap.s105.com or wap.rtjb.com, etc. Why question is, how do I create a WAP enabled directory on my website? Do I need any special software? Also, anyone know of any good MegaTone/Ringtone Software? For monophonic and Polyphonic Ringtones?

AiM: MaTrIxMiKeY
3 replies

Oct 20, 2004, 5:59 PM


it is my understanding that the sidekick supports java.... if this is the case, can anyone tell me if the sidekick can download an emulator and run roms on their platform?

Oct 18, 2004, 7:54 PM

Kyocera koi

Can any tell me if they have any problems with the softwere that comes withe koi kyocera as it wont install on my pc properly im runnin xp service pack 2.

May 28, 2004, 7:02 PM

Inter-carrier MMS

Smile This has probably been discussed b4 but does anyone know when inter-carrier MMS will be available?

On a side note, as a novice user Embarassed what are the problems associated with transfers of this type?

Mright123 Very Happy
7 replies

Jun 4, 2004, 11:06 PM

Looking for phone with Wireless Village and XHTML Support.

Hello Smile

I am looking for a phone with two required features:
1. Wireless Village (also called Mobile Instant Messaging and Presence Initiative. News article:
http://www.newsfactor.com/perl/story/9278.html »
2. XHTML support

I have found a few phones from Nokia (6820), Ericsson (P900), and Motorola (V600) that satisfy these requirements, but most of them seem to cost more than $300, which is a little beyond what I was hoping to spend. I won't be able to sign a contract, so I can't advantage of any price-reducing discounts. If anybody knows of any good phones that don't cost so much, please give me pointers.

Thanks in advance Smile
1 reply

Sep 2, 2004, 5:07 PM

Beta Tester

Does anyone know how to become a "beta tester" for new and upcoming phones? I am a technology buff and would love to test prototypes or new phones before they are released to the pubic. Does something like this involve contacting the cellular provider or the cellular manufacturer?

Thanks in advance!

3 replies

Mar 15, 2004, 12:33 PM

NAM Programming for CDMA

Anyone out there have some manuals for NAM programming of CDMA equipment? Whatever equipment you have would really help me out. I need codes for older and newer phones.
2 replies

May 7, 2004, 7:55 AM

Can I change the MMS Notification message to the Voicemail symbol?


I'd like to know if it is possible to change the MMS notification on my Nokia 6600 or on the Ericson P800 to the voicemail notification?

What I am aiming to do is to make the MMS message look like its a voicemail message.


1 reply

May 10, 2004, 6:47 PM

text messaging app: how to receive msgs via a phone #

Hi there.
I’d like to set up a text messaging application where I can receive text messages on my server via a phone #. For example:

• I advertise: send a text message to 800-555-5555 to sign up
• User sends a text message to the above number
• The user’s text message is received/processed by my server side application

I’ve heard that this can be accomplished via a Nokia phone and some kind of serial connection to my server. However, I’m wondering how it’s done on a large scale – like by TV shows like American Idol. Is it through a particular configuration in partnership with the wireless carrier - or is there an easier way?

1 reply

Aug 5, 2004, 1:09 PM

Got Philips phone? Please try this test

Hello all

We have a Java game called Mayhem's Magic Dust that we are porting to MIDP2 handsets. If you have a Philips phone (like a 355 or any of their MIPD2 handsets) please point your phone's browser at http://www.infinitelives.tv/MMD/dist/midp2.wm l and try our speed test.

It is only 72K, takes about 20 seconds to download (in the U.K.), needs only about two minutes to run as fast as it can, and it will take you all of 30 seconds to post the "ms/frame" number here (or email to dudes@infinitelives.tv)

cheers, robin

Jul 29, 2004, 6:06 PM

looking for a San Francisco area developer

I am looking for someone who can assist me with putting together a wap website. I do not have a huge budget. Thank you, in advance, for your assistance.
1 reply

Jul 9, 2004, 12:25 AM

how to install linux on Samsung SPHi700

I'ld like to try linux on my pocket PC.
does anyone know how to install linux on my pocket PC(Samsung SPHi700).
Thanks a lot.
1 reply
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