LTE Power

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by maltby84, Sep 28, 2011.

  1. maltby84

    maltby84 New Member

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    I did this while sitting at a red light. The Bionic is pretty awesome, but when paired with verizon's LTE its like a strong wifi all the time. Worth every penny.

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    Dang thats fast! My bionic comes tomorrow, i doubt service is that fast down here in ft. lauderdale.
     
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    Should get at least 11mbps in good areas.

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    I average about 15down/15up here in San Diego. My record is 23/20. I hear Chattanooga, TN is hitting 35down/25up.
    It seems like just yesterday we were all geeking out about sending 0.2megapixel color pics to eachother. Now, about 7yrs later, we can stream hd movies flawlessly on our phones, anywhere. With the right cord you can even watch it on the 4 ft hdtv (2in wide) hanging on your wall.

    We have highly complex, long range, broadband electrical signals that can induce a response or compliance from any machine thats compatible.

    Whats next?

    I say we rid the world of cords. Wireless energy transfer is the future. Instead of cords coming out of the (insert home appliance) and getting plugged into the grid, There would be 1 receiver/capacitor on each appliance

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    How is your upload so fast? The highest I get even when my download is 20+ mbps is around 5 mbps.

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    Been reading Tesla....

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    I usually get 15-19 ups .. like others said, depends on a lot of things, area, weather, etc ..
     
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    Ya got me. He was 100years ahead of everybody else.

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    I'm getting identical results. Faster than my home Comcast service!
     
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    Don't laugh, this was something which was talked about a LOT when fiberoptics came out. Just use one cable for EVERYTHING. Unfortunately, it never materialized. We're still stuck with cables like crazy.

    Who knows what comes next...
     
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    I'm in a good area for LTE but get really crappy speeds. I get about 5-7 megabit down and my upload is more like 0.05 megabit. I think I have a bad radio but with all the 4G threads it's hard to say. The phone works but I am certainly not seeing the speeds others are seeing. I've had Thunderbolts in here get close to 30 megabit down and 20 up. I still think my phone has an issue with the radio but Verizon basically said get a different phone or wait and see if this magical November software update fixes it.
     
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    huh, I never sit at red lights, I change them to green with my bionic...