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47 minutes ago, lilotimz said:

Fascinating. Usually they don't turn on second carrier on UE relay. Hmm.

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You sure it's UE relay? This smells of Docsis backhaul..

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Found another one.  A known LTE dead zone area.  Possible all that reporting on Sprint app caught their attention.  Costco Market Street.  I hope to catch the installer at this location.

Mobilitie SD90XSE13C

https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/2084867

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Found more.  Covering an entire dead zone.

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Seem like nearby B25 site not getting B41.   The proximity is just too close to Mobilitie SD90XS129F small cell which is less than 100 feet.

Mobilitie SD90XS129F

https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/1965750

 

Mobilitie SD90XS130A

https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/1965735

 

Mobilitie SD90XS133B

https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/2054928

 

Mobilitie SD90XS131E

https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/2084796

 

 

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Found more.  Covering an entire dead zone.
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Seem like nearby B25 site not getting B41.   The proximity is just too close to Mobilitie SD90XS129F small cell which is less than 100 feet.
Mobilitie SD90XS129F
https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/1965750
 
Mobilitie SD90XS130A
https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/1965735
 
Mobilitie SD90XS133B
https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/2054928
 
Mobilitie SD90XS131E
https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/2084796
 
 
Closeness is no issues with small cells since they operate on different frequencies.

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28 minutes ago, lilotimz said:

Closeness is no issues with small cells since they operate on different frequencies.

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Oh didn't know that. Good to know.

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Was at Rady's Children's Hospital today. I've been with Sprint since 2009. I've been throughout a lot of growing pains with their network over the years but it's definitely been worth it. I will say though, I used to get consistent LTE in Carlsbad at Costco, but when I went to the food court which is located outdoors, it would constantly roam between 3G & roaming and it would be that way along I-5 all the way to Del Mar Heights. I wonder if Sprint is upgrading towers again?IMG_1170.JPG.639b29cda7d1b00af8cde9ff74649713.JPG

 

 

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LTE back up and running at the Carlsbad Costco Food Court with satisfactory speeds again, 9Mbps down/10Mbps up.

 

 

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On 2/6/2018 at 4:28 PM, bucdenny said:

Another live Sprint small cell.

Mobilitie SD90XSE47B

https://opendsd.sandiego.gov/Web/Approvals/Details/2035656

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I see many of those on the 101 up and down Encinitas and mostly Carlsbad.

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