Re: Experience with Cingulars new 3G/UMTS data service.
I doubt signal strength is the issue, the signal strength indication
is more than adequate. I have had good results at -100dbm at other
I live on a hill with line of sight access in all directions. The
problem may indeed
be to many signals. Interestingly at my home I seldom get the "3G"
which probably indicates a non-UTMS connection. If I move 1/4 mile
is fine. Using the speakeasy speed test (yeah, I know they all have
I get 700K - 900Kspeeds, at home I can't even access the sight most
when I do the test doesn't run.
- Re: Experience with Cingulars new 3G/UMTS data service.
... I doubt signal strength is the issue, the signal strength indication ... is more than adequate. ... Using the speakeasy speed test (yeah, ...
- Re: intermittent tv signal
... Have your cable company come out and check your connection and ensure that your signal strength is adequate. ... Also consider that your tuner may be on the edge of failure. ...
- Re: Family and MADD pushes DUI ignition lock law
... Otto Yamamoto wrote: ... device I linked to earlier) would be adequate to the task. ... signal strength and type were detected, ... But the real problem here is that it is perfectly legal for passengers ...
- Re: found a link to WiFi sniffer for 5555
... Further to my comment above about the signal strength indication being ... I got this info from WiNc developer, I e-mailed them to ask how come ... > detectable by your card. ...
- Re: Vertical vs Horizontal shootout part one
... Received signal strength, whether in terms of relative S-units or the measure of real incident fields, is at least as much the result of local conditions as of the ERP of the transmission source on the path toward the receiver, the frequency, and propagation conditions. ... So the received signal strength indication, whether relative or "real," isn't a hugely significant indicator of any of these parameters. ...