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  1. [Proposed] Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    How about Expletive Skinny Jeans Dancing Millennial Effeminate Color Mobile? Oh, wait, T-Mobile by itself already has all that covered. AJ
  2. [Proposed] Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    GSM is dead, Jim. Not everything T-Mobile is GSM. People need to drop that misconception years ago. AJ
  3. [Proposed] Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    From the creators of "The Office," coming to NBC this fall... "Mo & Bill" Starring Steve Buscemi as John Legere and Joe Pesci as Masayoshi Son. AJ
  4. Wrong quote, Tim. Or you misconstrue my meaning. The Magic Box receiving CA is not the same as the Magic Box transmitting CA. AJ
  5. Ask Tim. In some markets, Sprint may be running Magic Box specific band 41 relay carriers on the macro network that are not accessible to other devices. AJ
  6. Not much on the spectrum side. For anything greater, users need to be supplying the backhaul, not relying on relay backhaul. AJ
  7. Why? What advantage would be gained by having a Magic Box locally transmit 2x CA, for example? The relay back to the donor cell is not CA. And the Magic Box needs to avoid interference with the macro network. Adding another Magic Box carrier could cause spectrum management issues. AJ
  8. Verizon shrinking coverage in Maine.

    That already has been noted. Read the thread. AJ
  9. Does the average, non educated user conclude that about his/her home broadband Internet, which almost always is skewed heavily toward downlink? By the above rationale, I should conclude that something is wrong with my 30/5 Mbps home broadband. But I do not. And maybe average, non educated users do not either. AJ
  10. Verizon shrinking coverage in Maine.

    And that may be why VZW is willing to throw under the bus this Maine LTEiRA partner. While VZW may have promised the partner only roaming revenue from VZW's transient subs traveling in the area, the partner intentionally helped permanent residents of the area sign up for VZW service. AJ
  11. iPhone 8, 8+, X announced

    The Gimp got gumped at the 1994 Academy Awards. AJ
  12. Verizon shrinking coverage in Maine.

    Not so strange. VZW wanted the LTEiRA coverage for its own transient roamers passing through the area, not for permanent resident of the area. AJ
  13. iPhone 8, 8+, X announced

    Gimped. The word is gimped. Apple gimped the Qualcomm baseband modem to maintain parity with the Intel baseband modem. Bring out the gimped modem. Gimped modem's sleeping. Well, I guess you're gonna have to go wake it up now, won't you? AJ
  14. iPhone 8, 8+, X announced

    I could care less about your problems, Robert. AJ
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