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    Unhappy newbe seeking information on the different technologies bieng used

    HI,
    CAN ANYONE PLEAS EXPLAIN THE VARIOUS WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW?

    i am very confused about the differences between the cdma 1x offering speeds upto 230 kbs, broadband such as tata photon + and relience netconnect + which offers speeds upto 3.1 mbs and the normal ones such as the plugtosurf which offred 115kbps also waht is this bsnl evdo .

    please help me out in this cause i need to buy a connection soon

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    You can find a very detailed explaination of each of the services you mentioned above along with the prices in this post : http://www.indiabroadband.net/mobile...data-card.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj9neo View Post
    HI,
    CAN ANYONE PLEAS EXPLAIN THE VARIOUS WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW?

    i am very confused about the differences between the cdma 1x offering speeds upto 230 kbs, broadband such as tata photon + and relience netconnect + which offers speeds upto 3.1 mbs and the normal ones such as the plugtosurf which offred 115kbps also waht is this bsnl evdo .

    please help me out in this cause i need to buy a connection soon
    if you are not ON THE MOVE user..dont buy those USB net...its of no use to you if you download via torrents.

    for direct download its good . Eg. if you take BSNL EVDO and you dont have EVDO enabled exchange then you will get normal 144Kbps speed and not 3mbps.

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    Exclamation Megabits And KiloBytes

    Generally most of internet users see the 1 Mbps(megabits per second) and read it Megabytes per second which is a big difference.
    You should know that,
    8 bits = 1 Bytes
    8192 Bits = 1024 Bytes = 1 Megabyte
    or 8192 Bits = 8 Megabits
    8 Megabits X 1024 = 8192 Kilobits = 8X1024/8 KiloBytes = 8X128 KiloBytes = 1024 KiloBytes = 1 Megabyte

    You can see above that to convert Megabits to kiloBytes, we have to multiply it with 128 which means

    3.1 Mbps = 3.1 X 128 KBps = 396.8 KBps

    So don't be confused in Bits and Bytes.

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