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HSDPA frame structure and possilbe tweaking

HSDPA frame structure and possilbe tweaking

HSDPA frame structure and possilbe tweaking

I have a home internet connection though a mobile broadband provider.  It uses HSDPA a.k.a 3.5G.  Is there a diagram or some reference online that shows or describes the specifics of the structure of a HSPDA frame?  I've searched through google and looked on wikipedia to no avail.  Also, I have read on wikipedia that bandwidth is divided among customers on a per frame basis.  Would it be theoretically possible to get more bandwidth at peek times by hacking my HSPDA router's firmware to increase frame size?


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