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  1. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    From a quick glance there appears yo not be a spectrum issue but if the replacement also does not work it may be prudent to inquire about the S1000 NSC or Airave 3.
  2. The Relay module operates up to 3xCA on B41 depending on what's available on a local donor site. The small cell unit itself must broadcast on frequencies that are not being used by the relay module and by extension the current macro network.
  3. Network Vision/LTE - LA Metro Market

    May be but from observations SCP identifies all nokia small cells as MMs.
  4. Network Vision/LTE - LA Metro Market

    Socal pole mounted cells are predominately nokia mini macros with a few nokia flexi zones tossed in here and there. There is no way to distinguish between Nokia Mini Macros or Flexi Zones based on GCI afaik.
  5. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Also note that in some cases it's the macro network not handing you off due to handoff thresholds for each band. They don't want people ping ponging so it may take some time for optimization of handoffs to occur.
  6. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Some information but not comprehensive.
  7. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Way too much work as that would require going over every single EBS and BRS allocation per market. If people are interested in it then they are free to ask and it can be looked up but I doubt anyone wants to do it for every single region (EBS leases are a pain in the butt).
  8. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    That is correct as we've discussed in depth.
  9. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    As far as I can tell, Sprint is licensed or leasing literally every single spec of 2.5 spectrum.
  10. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Yep! I know at least one sprint store near me had one since last summer.
  11. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    http://www.commscope.com/catalog/wireless/product.aspx?id=207 http://www.commscope.com/NewsCenter/PressReleases/CommScope-to-Provide-Sprint-with-Small-Cells-for-In-building-Wireless/
  12. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    That is correct as far as I know.
  13. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    S1000 is a LTE+WIFI only broadband femto cell. Airave 3 is a S1000 LTE+WIFI femto plus a CDMAFAP module so that it does CDMA 1x1900 + LTE 2500. Airave 3s and S1000s are / will be offered to those where MB does not work be it lack of signal or spectrum issues. Airave 3 for if you need CDMA voice enhancement in addition to LTE and S1000 where macro CDMA voice works well but LTE doesn't. (check your PM)
  14. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Um... Did you read the IA / NE premier thread or this thread from a week back? You're in Lincoln, NE. They don't have the B41L spectrum needed to do the relay action. Return it and get a S1000 or a Airave 3.
  15. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Most MBs ship with eNB firmware .113 and relay firmware .35. After activation, an overnight update should take place updating the relay to .40.2 which is the most recent public one.
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