Re: org.freedesktop.ModemManager.Modem.Gsm.Network.NetworkMode signal
- From: "Stuart Ward" <stuart ward bcs org>
- To: "Dan Williams" <dcbw redhat com>
- Cc: network manager <networkmanager-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: org.freedesktop.ModemManager.Modem.Gsm.Network.NetworkMode signal
- Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 16:58:46 +0100
Because there is no case where a modem supports HSUPA but not HSDPA, and
thus HSUPA and HSPA are essentially equal. Since HSPA _is_ HSDPA +
HSUPA, it's pointless to have a separate HSUPA.
This signal is sent by the modem to the computer to indicate the capability of the connection. So this is athe result of the negociation of the modem with the network to see what is supported. So even if the modem supports HSUPA the network may not, equally with HSDPA
It is possible that an operator will offer different network capabilities to subs and it may be that HSUPA is supported but not HSDPA.
Dose that clarify the situation?
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