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Nice. I hadn't read about that yet. I get in the 30s on upload on 10x10, so I'm sure it could do even better at times.

 

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Here the result I got from it. They even have it in all the parks down there. 2e7900251bbf3f5d695f84bfd95afa93.jpg

 

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3XCA working great here in Portland Oregon..068bbf23fe695ff91ea1fa375579caa5.jpg

 

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Nice. I hadn't read about that yet. I get in the 30s on upload on 10x10, so I'm sure it could do even better at times.

 

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10x10 FDD uploads peak at 25.5 Mbps at 16QAM, so you're not seeing any higher than that. Sprint does not have any 64QAM upload enabled on their network... feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

 

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10x10 FDD uploads peak at 25.5 Mbps at 16QAM, so you're not seeing any higher than that. Sprint does not have any 64QAM upload enabled on their network... feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

 

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Sprint has 4x4MIMO live on some B25 sites.
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Sprint has 4x4MIMO live on some B25 sites.

Pure curiosity, but does it actually work? Do any end devices support it currently? I know the S7 and S8 have the antenna, but is it active on either device? 

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Old, but here's some 3xCA from my iPhone 7 on Boost's unlimited plan in Duluth, MN.

 

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