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  1. #1
    Captain
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    anybody have any information on how analysts or people in the mobile arena are saying sprint or anyone else will do with the ptt technology? Also, anyone have a link or info on what people are saying about who will be the winners and losers when nov. 24th hits?

    thanks



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  2. #2
    MikeyG
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    Re: push to talk


    does anyone use a newsgroup client that has a search function?

    MikeyG

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  3. #3
    Captain
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    Re: push to talk

    so did you have an answer or just space wasting
    "MikeyG" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > does anyone use a newsgroup client that has a search function?
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    > MikeyG
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  4. #4
    mjohns2
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    Re: push to talk

    Check this link:

    http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=15774

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  5. #5
    Quarterwave
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    Re: push to talk

    Sprint hasnt lauched yet. I heard the 7th is do or die day.

    I finally have a pair in hand for testing. Played with them for a few minutes this morning, and I have to say they work much better than all the rumors and early reports. Setup time was on about 3 seconds at the most, while you are setup it was nearly instant. The time between you spekaing and it coming out the other end is interesting. Takes about 5 seconds from you saying a word for it to come out the other end, no big deal, just interesting. Voice quality was very good. Actually it was better than Nextels, but I always thought that was bad. I am an old school radio buff, so I have high expectations.

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    "Captain" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    anybody have any information on how analysts or people in the mobile arena are saying sprint or anyone else will do with the ptt technology? Also, anyone have a link or info on what people are saying about who will be the winners and losers when nov. 24th hits?

    thanks



  6. #6
    DSL GURU
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    Re: push to talk

    > Takes about 5 seconds from you saying
    > a word for it to come out the other end,
    > no big deal, just interesting.


    5 second latency when you're what? 3 feet apart?
    Totally unacceptable as compared to under 1 second for Nextel.

    Then again 5 seconds per your estimate may equal Verizons PTT 12 second
    latency.



  7. #7
    Bill
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    Re: push to talk

    Nextel is about 1 1/2 seconds.... IF your in the same market, it's 5-7
    seconds if you are different switches. Sprint is right in line because the
    way theirs is set up all PTT calls are IP calls, and all go through the
    vision network, so it'll be 5 seconds whether you're across the room or
    across the country.

    "DSL GURU" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > Takes about 5 seconds from you saying
    > > a word for it to come out the other end,
    > > no big deal, just interesting.

    >
    > 5 second latency when you're what? 3 feet apart?
    > Totally unacceptable as compared to under 1 second for Nextel.
    >
    > Then again 5 seconds per your estimate may equal Verizons PTT 12 second
    > latency.






  8. #8
    Quarterwave
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    Re: push to talk

    Correction, the first transmission was about 5 seconds, the subsequent ones
    in the same call setup were very quick possibly only a second in most cases.

    Call setup was quicker the more I played too.

    The variation has eveything to do with how busy the site you are on is with
    data calls and other RL calls. Its all IP.

    And it wouldn't matter if I were 3 feet apart or down the block it still has
    to go though the network, silly.

    Now if you were in different markets and there was a delay variation, then
    that is a concern.

    I was actually suprised, I think it works better then the Nextels I used for
    5 years and the voice clarity is better.



    "DSL GURU" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > Takes about 5 seconds from you saying
    > > a word for it to come out the other end,
    > > no big deal, just interesting.

    >
    > 5 second latency when you're what? 3 feet apart?
    > Totally unacceptable as compared to under 1 second for Nextel.
    >
    > Then again 5 seconds per your estimate may equal Verizons PTT 12 second
    > latency.






  9. #9
    DSL GURU
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    Re: push to talk

    > Sprint is right in line because the
    > way theirs is set up all PTT calls are IP calls, and
    > all go through the
    > vision network, so it'll be 5 seconds whether
    > you're across the room or across the country.


    Nice try. Pretend that network traffic will have nothing to do with latency. 5
    seconds now with no one but one demo = lots longer with thousands using it.



  10. #10
    DSL GURU
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    Re: push to talk

    <A HREF="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</A>

    and you're a Sprint employee so you're totally objective?



  11. #11
    SumYungGuy
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    Re: push to talk


    DSL GURU:

    You obviously don't know how 1xRTT works, you always have at least a
    14.4k channel, suprise, suprise the same as you get for your 13k voice
    call, and 1x phones use EVRC so you only need about 8k for the voice on
    PTT. Latency has no increase once you are connected because you are
    assigned that walsh code.

    You really should read some more before you open your hole.

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  12. #12
    Quarterwave Radio
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    Re: push to talk

    No, my paycheck does not come from Sprint.

    "Quarterwave" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Correction, the first transmission was about 5 seconds, the subsequent

    ones
    > in the same call setup were very quick possibly only a second in most

    cases.
    >
    > Call setup was quicker the more I played too.
    >
    > The variation has eveything to do with how busy the site you are on is

    with
    > data calls and other RL calls. Its all IP.
    >
    > And it wouldn't matter if I were 3 feet apart or down the block it still

    has
    > to go though the network, silly.
    >
    > Now if you were in different markets and there was a delay variation, then
    > that is a concern.
    >
    > I was actually suprised, I think it works better then the Nextels I used

    for
    > 5 years and the voice clarity is better.
    >
    >
    >
    > "DSL GURU" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > > Takes about 5 seconds from you saying
    > > > a word for it to come out the other end,
    > > > no big deal, just interesting.

    > >
    > > 5 second latency when you're what? 3 feet apart?
    > > Totally unacceptable as compared to under 1 second for Nextel.
    > >
    > > Then again 5 seconds per your estimate may equal Verizons PTT 12 second
    > > latency.

    >
    >






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