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Let me see what I can do about a screen shot...

 

That would be great.  But be precise about location.  Said engineering screen cap basically would need to come from St. Louis proper to be conclusive -- because the Chicago MTA extends surprisingly close to St. Louis exurbs on the Illinois side.

 

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  • EARFCN 8615 (downlink) [Chillicothe, Ohio (Ross County)]
  • EARFCN 26615 (uplink) [Chillicothe, Ohio (Ross County)]

source: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/4742-columbus-market-mapspreadsheet/page-187&do=findComment&comment=411896

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I was simply replying to the post above mine that basically the 2nd LTE carrier is more widespread across this region than South Bend.

 

 

 

Let me see what I can do about a screen shot...

I haven't seen any reports of a second carrier in the St. Louis area.

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AJ, here's another 40254 like a few posts up from the Chicago market second carrier FIT.

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AJ, here's another 40254 like a few posts up from the Chicago market second carrier FIT.

084cee12d654fd053f2f3717b6b4b8c8.jpg

 

 

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Keep an eye on that TX value. I don't have an iphone, so I can't keep an eye on it myself.

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Keep an eye on that TX value. I don't have an iphone, so I can't keep an eye on it myself.

I always do, although I'm not sure if I should. One of our knowledgable staff members would know more than me if MIMO would be part of this phase of network vision.

 

 

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So would Indianapolis market also be the same as 8565 since it is the same as Columbus C4 block?

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I haven't seen any reports of a second carrier in the St. Louis area.

 

This is my error. First time being outside a Samsung market. Apparently Sector 03 doesn't translate as a 2nd LTE carrier outside of Samsung.  :blush:

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41176 no longer restricted to Kansas City, also Zanesville Ohio for their b41 second carrier:

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41176 no longer restricted to Kansas City, also Zanesville Ohio for their b41 second carrier:

 

41176 is the Missouri market 2nd carrier as well.

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2nd PCS LTE carrier found in Flint,  MI

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2nd PCS LTE carrier found in Flint,  MI

 

 

 

It translates to 1876.8 / 1956.8 MHz which is within the the 30 mhz 1870-1885 / 1950-1965

 PCS B block allocation that Sprint has in East Michigan. 

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2nd PCS LTE carrier found in Flint,  MI

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It translates to 1876.8 / 1956.8 MHz which is within the the 30 mhz 1870-1885 / 1950-1965

 PCS B block allocation that Sprint has in East Michigan. 

 

Top post updated.  Band 41 spreadsheet updated.

 

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Screenshot_2015-08-13-15-49-41.png

 

2nd Band 25 LTE carrier in NW Detroit suburbs

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B25 second carrier, Danville, IL

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Possible 10x10 between Indianapolis and Ohio border after Cincinnati market:

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Normal, IL: 918152f095cf4b62e22d0c1adf5857c0.jpg

 

Plus lots of second carrier set various points since Danville.

 

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I noticed that 8315/26315 second carrier when I was making a delivery down in Danville a few weeks ago, and I meant to ask about it. That's the same spectrum used in the Chicagoland area for a second carrier. Did the USCC purchase include this area, too?

 

 

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NOLA B41

 

First carrier 40978

Second carrier 41176

 

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NOLA B41

 

First carrier 40978

Second carrier 41176

 

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Screen shots are best

 

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Screen shots are best

 

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I have them but they have IP's and whatnot in them right now so I'll edit them and post later.

 

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NOLA B41

 

First carrier 40978

Second carrier 41176

Screen shots are best

 

Either way, does not really matter.  Those are run of the mill band 41 EARFCNs across numerous markets.  So, they do not really tell us anything new, though it is nice to know that New Orleans has two band 41 carriers running, probably 2x CA, too.

 

AJ

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