Foo - Bluetooth Technology?
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10-25-05, 05:30 PM
Does anyone use their cell phone through bluetooth as a modem? I would have to buy a new cell phone, (through cingular), but I've been thinking it might be better than me getting a phone line activated or cable or dsl. Right now I don't have a phone line, i use my cell phone for everything, and i also don't have cable, which is fine by me. I was just wondering how fast the connection was and any comments on it.
10-25-05, 06:47 PM
I haven't tried it, but talking to a few who have...it's pretty slow.
Once I get off my rump and get a bluetooth adaptor (not happening soon...I'm incredibly broke right now), I can tell you how slow.
Yes, in the car, works well with the car's system. Get in the car and the signal recognizes the phone, dialing, phone book, pick-up, hang-up and hands free operation is built into the car.
10-25-05, 08:30 PM
Bluetooth modem's are slow unless you're used to 14.4k baud dial-up internet connections.
10-27-05, 09:39 PM
Bluetooth 1.1 and 1.2 bandwidth: 723.1 kbit/s
EDGE internet bandwidth: 384 kbit/s (20-200kbps realistic)
GPRS internet bandwidth: 170 kbit/s (30-70kbps realistic)
Doesn't look too bad for being on the road and having no wires.
10-28-05, 04:02 AM
using EVDO off verizon here in knoxville it's not too shabby about 600kb/sec
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