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

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

    In honour and in memory of the Original EDGE speed challenge thread this will serve as the next generation 3.5G speed testing thread>

    Sierra Wireless AC860



    Last edited by Treatz; 11-04-2006 at 12:25 AM.

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    just you wait my friend...once i get a Palm 750 or a Hermes or a Trinity (trinity more than hermes oddly enough) i will pwn you in this challenge!

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    try out this one:

    speedtest.cogoeco.net

    that one is a close server and should give some good results.

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    Upload rates need work though!

    how about a
    Start -> Run -> cmd
    ping rogers.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by B0000rt


    Upload rates need work though!

    how about a
    Start -> Run -> cmd
    ping rogers.com
    ?

    cheater

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    Quote Originally Posted by rip
    cheater
    Hah, actually I just tried to ping these hosts:
    telus.com
    telusmobility.com
    bell.ca

    none of them respond hahah!

    I guess google.com would be a good benchmark to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B0000rt


    Upload rates need work though!

    how about a
    Start -> Run -> cmd
    ping rogers.com
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    I'll give it a go when I get back to my laptop later

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    how do you use this test? i just got me a pearl. all i know on that phone is how to dial out lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kumbo
    how do you use this test? i just got me a pearl. all i know on that phone is how to dial out lol.
    BB Pearl doesn't have HSDPA capabilities. You need a 3G handset or wireless card that uses 850 and/or 1900.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SChan
    BB Pearl doesn't have HSDPA capabilities. You need a 3G handset or wireless card that uses 850 and/or 1900.
    Meaning, you have to have the Sierra Aircard OR the TyTn..

    Unless there's other 1900 HSDPA devices I don't know about...

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    Quote Originally Posted by B0000rt
    Meaning, you have to have the Sierra Aircard OR the TyTn..

    Unless there's other 1900 HSDPA devices I don't know about...
    Treo 750v would do the trick....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treatz
    In honour and in memory of the Original EDGE speed challenge thread this will serve as the next generation 3.5G speed testing thread>

    Sierra Wireless AC860



    Nice speed tests. Have you tried this site www.speedtest.net?
    I see you are using the new IE 7. You no like Firefox 2.0? I must admit though that IE7 looks hot compared to IE6.
    Last edited by QPhone; 11-04-2006 at 06:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipRorn
    Quote Originally Posted by B0000rt
    Meaning, you have to have the Sierra Aircard OR the TyTn..

    Unless there's other 1900 HSDPA devices I don't know about...
    Treo 750v would do the trick....
    There's also the Nokia N80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SChan
    There's also the Nokia N80.
    Only a FEW prototypes work on UMTS, and that's 3G only, not HSDPA.
    Get informed. Tell a friend!

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    You made me look! lol



    Quote Originally Posted by SChan
    There's also the Nokia N80.

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