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Old 30th January 2007, 14:45   #1
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Default China Goes 4G, Bypasses 3G

"The new 4G system provides wireless transmission speeds of up to 100Mbps which is much faster than current generation technologies, running at speeds that match optical fiber. 'It testifies that the technology we've developed is feasible and brings us one step closer to put it into commercial use,' said You Xiaohu, a leading expert involved in the program.

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3G is really one of the worst moves. yes it's faster, but needs more then double the antenna's....

Currently here in belgium we are working on HSDAP (or something like that). Speeds up to 1,8 Mbps
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