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nickj1399    36

Awesome! Looking forward to it... SoCal desperately needs updates and tower enhancements and additions

 

 

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nexuss4g    149

Was able to spot this on my commute back home while on the 91/71 freeway in Corona today.

Is this good news?

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Dkoellerwx    7,911

Was able to spot this on my commute back home while on the 91/71 freeway in Corona today.

Is this good news?

 

See posts here: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/6165-report-cdma1x-800-sites-here/page-6

 

10x10 Band 25.

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IcJc    25

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Got this yesterday in the Coachella valley but someone said it was not actual band 26??

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IcJc    25

So no actual band 26 activation in south California yet, even though i was able to test this theory in really low LTE spots around the cities i visit and most if not all bounced me to this LTE band

 

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Dkoellerwx    7,911

Was able to spot this on my commute back home while on the 91/71 freeway in Corona today.

Is this good news?

 

 

So no actual band 26 activation in south California yet, even though i was able to test this theory in really low LTE spots around the cities i visit and most if not all bounced me to this LTE band

 

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Signal Check Pro was built to recognize a GCI with an end of 11 as Samsung Band 26. However, as we found out in the last couple of weeks, ALU uses GCI ends of 11/12/13 to denote its 10x10 Band 25 second carrier. This is why you are seeing LTE 800 when connected to the alpha sector (11). When connected to the beta and gamma sectors (12/13) you'll notice SCP just shows LTE, no band identification. This will be updated when Mike has time to put together a new release. 

 

The 10x10 carrier is a slightly different frequency than the original G Block LTE carrier, and the wider bandwidth makes it slightly more usable at the edge of cell. This may be why you are seeing this carrier in areas you perhaps did not hold an LTE connection before.

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