Does Continuous Packet Connectivity have adverse effects?

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Nokia Siemens Networks says they have featured Continuous Packet Connectivity (CPC) for HSPA+ Networks which would optimize the use of smartphones. This is by reducing the network interference, thus, providing more uplink capacity, and longer battery life as well. However, could this have adverse effects on the KPI, bandwidth usage and interoperability to the existing network if other telecoms would adopt CPC?

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Does Continuous Packet Connectivity have adverse effects?

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Bundle-turned emphasizes like HSDPA and HSUPA (HSPA) in UMTS frameworks furnish heightened information rates for both downlink and uplink. Seek for ceaseless connectivity, where the user stays associated over an extended time compass with just periodic animated periods of information transmission, and avoiding visit association termination and re-station with its innate overhead and defer. This is the observed mode to which a subscriber is acclimated in altered broadband systems like DSL and may precipitate a critical improvement to the user encounter. The Fractional-DPCH offer was acquainted in Rel-6 with backing a heightened number of HSDPA users in the code confined downlink, where practically a user in the dynamic state, not being transmitted with any information, is consuming just an absolutely little partition of the downlink limit. In the uplink, the restricting element for supporting a likewise elevated number of users is the commotion ascent. For such a heightened number of users in the cell it can be collected that countless users are not transmitting any user data for some time.

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