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Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
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Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
Older cell phones that use the 3G standard will lose connectivity as early as next February. 
Will this render obsolete CPAPs , e.g. my ResMed 10, which communicate externally using a cellular connection?
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RE: Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
No, not exactly. Your CPAP machine will still operate. It will no longer be able to use soon to be discontinued 3G cellular to transmit data to ResMed. OSCAR data will continue to work fine.
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RE: Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
If the FCC ID on the label on the back ends in CD, the machine stopped reporting quite a while ago.
If the FCC ID ends in G3 (or 3G ?) it will stop reporting in February for some/all cell providers.
If the FCC ID ends in G4 (or 4G ?) it will keep reporting until the next big changeover.
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RE: Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
Thankyou!
My unit, purchased in Sept 2020, does have the FCC label ending in "104G"
So, no problem, Big Brother continues to watch.
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RE: Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
(11-13-2021, 09:09 PM)pholynyk Wrote: If the FCC ID on the label on the back ends in CD, the machine stopped reporting quite a while ago.
If the FCC ID ends in G3 (or 3G ?) it will stop reporting in February for some/all cell providers.
If the FCC ID ends in G4 (or 4G ?) it will keep reporting until the next big changeover.

Do Philips machines fall in this as well?

What will doctors do if they are required to view your reports?
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RE: Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
(11-17-2021, 09:11 AM)btreger Wrote: What will doctors do if they are required to view your reports?

Your Dr would then need to use the SD card from your machine to view the reports.  Not as convenient, but still works.
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RE: Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
RE >above<

Thank you
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RE: Is ResMed 10 cell-modem affected by end of 3G
The ResMed CEO is a complete creep (just read his statements).  There is something so twisted about ResMed collecting detailed breath-by-breath data without permission.

The second I took my AS10 out of the box, I opened the unit and disconnected the modem.   Then I flipped my middle finger at the ResMed logo.
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