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July 9, 2004 11:23:47 PM

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I am attempting to connect T-Mobile's data service to my laptop via. a
Nokia 3650 with Bluetooth. I was told that T-Mobile's data speed was
33-56k but I only get 19-21. Then I was told that BT has a upper
bandwidth limit of 19.8K so I will never get the full T-Mobile speed.
Does BT have an upper speed limit? How can I check the actual data
throughput of the connection between the computer and phone?

Thanks
Anonymous
July 13, 2004 7:43:37 PM

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Wherever you saw that bluetooth was limited to 19.8 was wrong. Most
bluetooth devices will support speed up to 700k and some over a megabit.
When I was on T-mobile those were typical speeds. Recently, I switched
to Cingular and got a EDGE phone. I now see speed averaging about 80k
with a poor signal and up to 300k with a good one and its all done over
bluetooth.

David wrote:
> I am attempting to connect T-Mobile's data service to my laptop via. a
> Nokia 3650 with Bluetooth. I was told that T-Mobile's data speed was
> 33-56k but I only get 19-21. Then I was told that BT has a upper
> bandwidth limit of 19.8K so I will never get the full T-Mobile speed.
> Does BT have an upper speed limit? How can I check the actual data
> throughput of the connection between the computer and phone?
>
> Thanks
>
>
July 13, 2004 9:11:52 PM

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"R.M" <usenetjunk@usenetjunk.com> wrote in message
news:40F40321.8000906@usenetjunk.com...
> Wherever you saw that bluetooth was limited to 19.8 was wrong. Most
> bluetooth devices will support speed up to 700k and some over a megabit.
> When I was on T-mobile those were typical speeds. Recently, I switched
> to Cingular and got a EDGE phone. I now see speed averaging about 80k
> with a poor signal and up to 300k with a good one and its all done over
> bluetooth.
>
> David wrote:
> > I am attempting to connect T-Mobile's data service to my laptop via. a
> > Nokia 3650 with Bluetooth. I was told that T-Mobile's data speed was
> > 33-56k but I only get 19-21. Then I was told that BT has a upper
> > bandwidth limit of 19.8K so I will never get the full T-Mobile speed.
> > Does BT have an upper speed limit? How can I check the actual data
> > throughput of the connection between the computer and phone?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> >
>
quote from

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/bluetooth9.htm

"Bluetooth can transmit up to 721 kilobits per second (Kbps) in one
direction, with 57.6 Kbps in the other. If the use calls for the same speed
in both directions, a link with 432.6-Kbps capacity in each direction can be
made."

DaveT
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