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This thread has a long history of collegial discussion of Qualcomm and its place in the wireless industry. While disagreements are fierce, we have been able to keep the discussion focused and generally civil. These rules are intended to try and continue those traditions.

This is a discussion forum, not a chat room. These rules have been in place since '01 and have served us well, however I am tacking on a new explicit rule concerning political discussions.


First and foremost, use common sense when posting. We have a long history to draw on and most should have a good idea as to what is considered on-topic and times when there might be a small amount of leeway. That leeway does not apply to politics.

No political rants/slams or even value judgments. The political discussion which is allowed is the impact of specific policy proposals on Qualcomm. For example, the IMPACT of changes to the H1B visa program is fair game, but I do not want discussions on whether increased immigration is a good or bad policy idea.

No cheerleading, stock quotes, or discussions of short-term price movements or your own holdings.

No off topic posts.

No flaming.

Please use discretion when linking or posting articles that are only marginally related to Qualcomm.

Please ignore IQ challenged posters.

Consider PM's when making posts of little value to the larger thread.


Posts that violate the above rules will be met with a warning and the 2nd offense will earn a ban of varying length. Unfortunately, I know it is impossible to make everybody happy, but I believe that the above rules will allow us to continue the valuable types of discussions that we have had for so long on this thread.
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178508yea, these semi informed know it alls really don't get it. All they want to engineer-5 minutes ago
178507Dilemma of Complexity Another reason most of the world is confused about the powaitwatchwander444 minutes ago
178506that is a total farce. the biggest joke is that I read the protest article at tengineer358 minutes ago
178505For those like me. DSS: RSSI: The challenge of wirelewaitwatchwander1an hour ago
178504Expect India to drive faster adoption in developed countries to stay competitivekingspellchecker2an hour ago
178503ABSOLUTELY... India wants to become the manufacturing hub that the world feels iGreg136052an hour ago
178502Yeah a no brainer for India to go all in on all things wireless. In the case offreefromwires62 hours ago
178501freefromwires... I assure you, I am well aware of the size differences between JGreg1360513 hours ago
178500King... You know me... ALWAYS LOOKING LOL!!! In Q's case, knowledge is noGreg13605-3 hours ago
178499Wasn’t 5G rollout delayed at airports do to concerns of interference with Airplafreefromwires14 hours ago
1784981. Japan is the size of California so covering that area is easier 2. The Pandemfreefromwires34 hours ago
178497Good find Greg. Reading the tea leaves. Inflection point about 10 months away, kingspellchecker24 hours ago
178496Now why would Q need to beef up their chip supply line in2H23? Taiwan partners tGreg1360517yesterday
178495True, and they also have limited channel bandwidth for 5G in some cases at the arecycled_electron2yesterday
178494India: Connected 4G, 5G laptops to be mainstream in 3 years: Qualcomm's RajeGR8FORM4yesterday
178493the issue at airports is open number of users and the slowness of the basestatioengineer5yesterday
178492you may never actually see the benifits of 5G in process, but it makes the spectengineer14yesterday
178491A new analyst report on Edge Computing and IOT, I believe / hope they're undGreg136052yesterday
178490freefromwires... IMO the problem lies with the carriers, NTT Docomo launched MM Greg136051yesterday
178489King hit the nail on the head. Media reports with respect to upgrading your phofreefromwires6yesterday
178488King... It will be interesting to see """JUST WHAT""&quGreg136052yesterday
178487Handsets: Verizon mmWave is quite cool - I avoid using public WiFi for securitrecycled_electron10yesterday
178486Jazz - 5G benefits are not specific to consumer phones - it is more of an infraskingspellchecker7yesterday
1784855G. Have you personally benefited from it that was noticeable?jazzcat20001yesterday
178484Layoffs from legacy Big Tech is interesting. Beginning to show the separation okingspellchecker4yesterday
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