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[jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Re: Spec changes between JSR 360 SpecLead Draft 4 and JSR 360 PFD

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  • Subject: [jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Re: Spec changes between JSR 360 SpecLead Draft 4 and JSR 360 PFD
  • Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 11:35:36 -0500
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Hi Thomas,

The NetworkInterfaces and AccessPoints that are visible to the application
should reflect the (current) device capabilities.
.
I'm not familiar with the implications of UMTS mode changes.
The implementation should make available the appropriate
NetworkInterfaces and AccessPoints for the current mode.
If the device can support all networks concurrently then three interfaces
would be visible and usable.

Roger


On 2/10/2014 11:29 AM, Lampart Thomas wrote:
...

Now from looking at the diffs the following remarks/questions:

-the class Networkinterface mentions "3GPP","CDMA" and "DIALUP" as well known types of network interfaces. So a typical wireless modem which could support umts (3GPP), cdma and csd(dialup) would then comprise 3 networking interfaces ? even when these interfaces are not independent of each other e.g. you cant use CDMA while in 3GPP mode?





[jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Spec changes between JSR 360 SpecLead Draft 4 and JSR 360 PFD

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[jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Re: Spec changes between JSR 360 SpecLead Draft 4 and JSR 360 PFD

Lampart Thomas 02/10/2014

[jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Re: Re: Spec changes between JSR 360 SpecLead Draft 4 and JSR 360 PFD

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[jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Re: Spec changes between JSR 360 SpecLead Draft 4 and JSR 360 PFD

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