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3G vs. USB vs WiFi Coming

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re: 3G vs. USB vs WiFi Coming
Data_Dave   5/26/2009 5:56:32 PM
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There are many more variables involved when testing download speeds via 3G wireless networks compared to USB or WiFi connections. To make your 3G tests meaningful, they need to be controlled, repeatable, and reflect real user experience. This necessitates test equipment that emulates a 3G network, preferably portable enough to be easily used on a desk top, and capable of testing multiple versions of 3G technologies.

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