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post #41 of 47
Since it's non-exclusive, I wonder what the terms are exactly... besides the obvious no logos, no crapware, don't fcuk with our phone or we'll have you killed, blah, yadda, etc
post #42 of 47
"We worked probably six or nine months on the technical side...."

Is it just me or shouldn't they be able to narrow the time they "worked on the technical side" closer than 3 months? That's a 50% spread...technically speaking. Talk about spinning the truth.
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Signal strength is certainly a factor but so are many other things. The fact is everything around an antenna will have so impact on how it radiates and receives. The type of building impact transmissions, the person holding the device impacts antenna performance, even the orientation of the device impacts performance.

Maybe it is the cable generation that has zero appreciation for RF communications, but any body that has ever set up a TV antenna, or tried to grab a remote signal on an AM radio would understand this. If you are into HAM radio or even CB usage you have even more experience with the sometimes weirdness of RF communications. Unfortunately people expect a cell phone to work like a land line and it just isn't possible.

IPhone 4 does have a problem with that gap but people need to come to grips with the idea that they have some responsibility to get the device to work correctly. Even then the phone has one of the best performing RF front ends going so it takes a tiny bit more effort in exchange for leading edge performance.

That's what field strength means. It's the signal at the receiver, regardless of why.
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His girlfriend wanted an expensive dinner so he took her to the airport for a sandwich...

His dry humor combined with the delivery is a treat - I really enjoy his comedy.

Well, I'm definitely going to check him out. I'll look at my copies of Timeout NY to see if he appears here.
post #46 of 47
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"We worked probably six or nine months on the technical side...."

Is it just me or shouldn't they be able to narrow the time they "worked on the technical side" closer than 3 months? That's a 50% spread...technically speaking. Talk about spinning the truth.

They probably talked about general parameters for a while, then got down to more serious work. It depends on where they started the race. That's the way it works. I went through that in my own companies. Preliminary talks first, which sometimes take a while. Do you include that? Maybe, maybe not.
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69 months, that's a long time.

Yes its really a very long time,and with time some changes are occurred.







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