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Thread: The AndyVX HSPA and HSPA+ speed challenge> state your device and how you tested!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QPhone
    DSLReports.com also known as Broadbandreports.com has always been a benchmarking website to measure download/upload tests.

    Others used by the industry are:
    www.speed-test.net
    www.speedtest.net (I like this one because it shows a world map while testing - in the "select a region" area, scroll over to europe and asia to test your connection to their servers)
    speedtest.cogeco.net is a good one to try as well. its a dsl-reports/broadbandreports test pretty close.

    also give the rogers speed test a try. i dunno what their address is

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    Apprx. 6MB combined upload/download for both tests. Fujitsu P5010D (3 years old, pathetic Pentium M CPU) / Unlocked Sierra aircard 860 --> Will post results again when I get my Fujitsu P1610D next week. Cheers, Sabesh.
    Last edited by sabesh; 11-14-2006 at 02:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabesh




    Fujitsu P5010D (3 years old, pathetic Transmeto Crusoe CPU) / Unlocked Sierra aircard 860 --> Will post results again when I get my Fujitsu P1610D next week. Cheers, Sabesh.
    NICE! Holy superfast HSDPA speeds Batman! Very Nice!

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    Well, I just did a speed test on my coworkers Q and only got 295 Kbps while my treo 750v running only UMTS for now got 290 Kbps. EVDO sucks big time. The speeds I was getting on my TyTn with HSDPA was on average about 800 Kbps.

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    Ok, I did two more tests on the Q and did get faster speeds of close to 500Kbps and again no where near HSDPA speeds. EVDO eat HSDPA's grits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carsmovies
    Ok, I did two more tests on the Q and did get faster speeds of close to 500Kbps and again no where near HSDPA speeds. EVDO eat HSDPA's grits.
    Funny I get nearly triple those speeds using LG 8100 as a Modem.
    OT I discovered on the weekend my Unlimited EVDO plan also includes Unlimited WiFI Hot Spots.

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    Me and Treatz had slow luck in Richmond Hill yesterday. Only 350kbps or so. Still UMTS but definately not HSDPA

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    Other markets

    Has anyone heard when this will soft launch in Calgary, Montreal or Van?
    I am in the Calgary area and would like to test it here!

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    Montreal has soft launch I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carsmovies
    EVDO eat HSDPA's grits.
    Quote Originally Posted by carsmovies
    EVDO sucks big time.
    Why don't you wait until HSDPA is fully launched, has true (real world) network load/congestion going on in the background and then see. 6 months after official service launch is a good time to do real world field tests.

    Quote Originally Posted by TelecomZombie
    Funny I get nearly triple those speeds using LG 8100 as a Modem.
    OT I discovered on the weekend my Unlimited EVDO plan also includes Unlimited WiFI Hot Spots.
    How the hell did you manage to get unlimited EVDO????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by QPhone
    How the hell did you manage to get unlimited EVDO????????
    Is Telus offering unlimited EVDO now?

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    I'm using a Sierrawireless Aircard 860 card and was only getting 500kbps down and around 400kbps upload using Fido.

    Anyone know why I'm getting these low numbers? (This speed seems to be UMTS speeds and not HSDPA.)

    I know this should be posted in the Fido forum, but no one seems to know the answer in the Fido forum.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by QPhone
    Why don't you wait until HSDPA is fully launched, has true (real world) network load/congestion going on in the background and then see. 6 months after official service launch is a good time to do real world field tests.
    you nay-sayers said the same thing about EDGE when it first came out and people were getting close to 200kb/s. y'all said "oh wait till its rolled out, real world speeds will be slower"

    a year and a half AFTER EDGE was soft-launched, the speeds were even faster than the soft launch. Initially people were getting 170-180kb/s. A few months later it was 200+ kb/s

    Yes, more people get on the network after a hard launch and its running for a bit, but the techs are also fine-tuning the network to scrape even more seegacious power from the network, making things even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QPhone
    Have you tried this site www.speedtest.net?
    Nice Test.

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