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Reliance EVDO Rev B. Multicarrier - Reliance Pro 3

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Anyone tested EVDO Rev B it in Chennai?

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I saw the commercials for MTS Ultra and Tata Photon Max and at first it seemed to me that they are using Rev. B but now I am a bit confused. Tata Photon Max(with inbuilt WiFi) is giving a maximum down rate of 6.2 Mbps, exactly double of Rev. A while MTS Ultra is somewhere around 9.8 Mbps. As far as I know Rev B is supposed to provide 14.7 Mbps down rate. So what kind of technology are these two using? And will Reliance follow suit?

With Rev B Phase II each 1.25MHz spectrum channel can offer speed upto 4.9Mbit/s downlink. So using 3 channels operators can offer upto 14.7Mbit/s.

MTS uses 2 channels, hence 9.8Mbit/s on their 3GPlus network. They put their 3rd 1.25MHz channel for voice calls.

Tata uses Rev B Phase I technology, hence 3.1Mbit/s x2 = 6.2Mbit/s downlink.

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From a reliable source got the info , pune is getting evdo rev B from reliance very soon. Testing and implementation is under process

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From a reliable source got the info , pune is getting evdo rev B from reliance very soon. Testing and implementation is under process

Hi Hitesh,

Any Possibilities of REV B in Chennai ??

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From a reliable source got the info , pune is getting evdo rev B from reliance very soon. Testing and implementation is under process

Hi Hitesh,

Any Possibilities of REV B in Chennai ??

Rev b launched in chennai long back. About 6 months back or so

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Ankur there were rumors about Chennai launch long long back but are you sure its launched as Rev A speeds are hardly stable here its 1x at times.So wondering if at all its launched

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EVDO Rev. B

EV-DO Rev. B is transforming the user experience of millions of EV-DO (HSD/Netconnect) subscribers by bringing Multicarrier (carrier aggregation) and other techniques.

Rev B Works on present CDMA Network using Multicarrier Technique

On Rev A in Use

[[1X]]+[[1X]]+[[1X]]+[[Rev A]]

On Rev B in Use

[[1X]]+[[Rev A]]+[[Rev A]]+[[Rev B]]

Which Free Up Packets for Data rather than for Voice resulting in More Convient to Data Speed.

Main Benifits for EVDO Rev. B Users:

> High Data Rates - Downlink Speed upto 14.7Mbps and Upload Speed upto 5.4Mbps

> Very Low Average Latency - Increases Connectivity Between Browser and Web Page Server

> Data Traffic Regulation - BST can Handle More Users along with exsiting REV. A in particular Cell

> Advanced Qos - More Packets can be transfered with in paticular Limit resulting Increasing Download Speed by 2x

Main Benifits for Existing EVDO Rev. A Users:

> High Data Rates - Dowload and Upload Speeds on Rev A will increase by 20% to the present existing Speeds

> Improving Latency - Increases Connectivity Between Browser and Web Page Server

> Enchansed Coverage - Cell Edge Users (Far away from BTS) will be more connectivity with the BST in an Cell

Reliance EVDO REV. B - Nothing but Reliance Pro 3

RCOM has launched Reliance Pro 3 in Very Few Cities/Towns at Present and will be Launched in the Other Cities/Towns Especially in Metros, Cat A Cities and Towns in Non 3G Circles Very Soon in Phase Manner.

Reliance EVDO REV.B Devices

Data Cards - Rev B Data Cards (Pro 3) are very less avaliable and could be avaliable in all Reliance Mobile Stores/Reliance Outlets when Rev. B is almost completed Installations All Over India in Selected Cities/Towns

Mobile Handsets - Very rarely Handsets 1 or 2 but No Official Launch Handsets. More LTE Handsets are Compartible with Rev B and Rev A are yet to Launch in coming years.

Note : Cell Refers to Coverage Area of an BST (Base Station Tower)

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Nice post

+1 :thumbup:

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Which are the cities where Pro 3 is presently available?

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Which are the cities where Pro 3 is presently available?

I think Chennai & Bangalore are the cities where evdo rev. B pro 3 is available on postpaid.

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Rev B network for reliance cdma is there in bangalore. I am using htc desire 816 and getting 8-10 mbps speed in reliance cdma..

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Rev B network for reliance cdma is there in bangalore. I am using htc desire 816 and getting 8-10 mbps speed in reliance cdma..

Great to know about evdo rev. B speed. But what r plans for using it on mobile handset, do reliance provide omh sim with evdo rev. B activated on it. Waiting for it to be launched at Nagpur.

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Rev B network for reliance cdma is there in bangalore. I am using htc desire 816 and getting 8-10 mbps speed in reliance cdma..

Great to know about evdo rev. B speed. But what r plans for using it on mobile handset, do reliance provide omh sim with evdo rev. B activated on it. Waiting for it to be launched at Nagpur.

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No need for special sim..and no any special plan..whatever plan is in your circle, just recharge and enjoy never before speed for reliance cdma

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Officially its now available in Pune, Mumbai and Hyderabad as well :boxing:

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Bombay too? Nice.

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Reliance Pro 3 plan

14 Mbps EVDO Rev B to be rolled out in Metros and non Metros where RCom doesn't have 3G license.

http://telecomtalk.info/reliance-pro3-plan-details/123497

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This means, NOT in Delhi :(

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This days i m getting gud stored on evdo. By any chance reliance launch pro 3 in Goa???

As launch of rev b will obviously increase speed on rev a

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This means, NOT in Delhi :(

They launched in Mumbai in spite of 3G services...Lets c whats in store

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This means, NOT in Delhi :(

waiting impatiently.. UP is 3g dark circle for reliance..

tapped from my HTC desire 816DS on R-CDMA / R-GSM

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In gujarat also Reliance 3g not available

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I understand that it's

1. All metros

2. Non metros where RCom doesn't have 3G

They are keen to launch it before RJIO sweep the market !!

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Reliance Communication Brings Mumbai, Pune & Hyderabad under Pro 3 Network:---

Reliance Communications has silently expanded their CDMA Rev B phase II services, Pro 3 to three new metros – Mumbai, Pune & Hyderabad. Initially the service was limited to Bangalore & Chennai.

Unlike MTS (Ultra offers up to 9.8Mbps) & Tata Docomo (Photon Max offers upto 6.2Mbps), Reliance Pro 3 is using 3 carriers to boost the downlink upto 14.7 Mbps.

Rcom was the pioneer of CDMA technology in India, they launched Rev A based Netconnect+ – first 3rd generation mobile broadband in India. However that was during Mukesh Ambani’s leadership. Later Ambani brothers split & broke up the Reliance empire. Younger brother Anil took the charge of Rcom.

Rcom entered into GSM segment in 2006-2007 and following that their CDMA business was heavily compromised. It’s good to see that Rcom is pushing data over CDMA platform too.

Benefits for EVDO Rev. B Users:

> High Data Rates – Downlink speed up to 14.7Mbps and Upload speed upto 5.4Mbps

> Very Low Average Latency – Increases connectivity between browser and web page server

> Data Traffic Regulation – Base Station Towers can handle more users along with exciting REV. A in particular Cell

> Advanced QoS – More packets can be transferred with in particular limit resulting increasing download speed by 2x

Source: Telecometalk

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