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What is HSPA?
Published  07/8/2011 | Computer Encyclopedia Page 6 | Unrated
What is HSPA?
High Speed Packet Access is based on the UMTS protocol. It is divided into two standards: HSDPA (HS Downlink PA) and HSUPA (HS Uplink PA). HSDPA is also known as “3.5G” and has theoretical data transfer rates of 8 ~ 10 Megabits per second. Multimedia and streaming video is the primary focus of HSDPA networks. Most new high-end phones come with HSDPA services enabled, though very few carriers support these high speeds.
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