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#3661 Deval

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 08:13 PM

O_O?

 

We're entirely 20 MHz PCS A in norcal minus stockton - modesto so I'm not sure how'd you get 10x10 on B25 (we have 2 5 MHz B25 carriers). 

 

Where were you at o_O?

 

Could be a glitch in SignalCheck Pro. Checking my logs now and realized I never enabled them during my trip to NorCal. SoCal has it:

 

1 8/1/2017 16:56 -7 8/1/2017 18:24 -7 34.039354 -118.663999 39.39 Sprint B25² 10x10 310120 0BC0B911 474 24577 0 -67 34.038446 -118.675527

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 08:21 PM

So no GCIs that start with 0AC in your logs.  :dep:

 

0BC0B911 should show B26 if they show B25 10x10 and you are on the latest build tell mikejeep. Mike should be able to separate them. Sector 11 in Nokia markets are 10x10 and in Samsung it is B26. 

 

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Samsung starting GCI ends before 0BA so 11 could be B25 10x10.



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Posted 03 August 2017 - 08:25 PM

 

Could be a glitch in SignalCheck Pro. Checking my logs now and realized I never enabled them during my trip to NorCal. SoCal has it:

 

1 8/1/2017 16:56 -7 8/1/2017 18:24 -7 34.039354 -118.663999 39.39 Sprint B25² 10x10 310120 0BC0B911 474 24577 0 -67 34.038446 -118.675527

 

 

 

So no GCIs that start with 0AC in your logs.  :dep:

 

0BC0B911 should show B26 if they show B25 10x10 and you are on the latest build tell mikejeep. Mike should be able to separate them. Sector 11 in Nokia markets are 10x10 and in Samsung it is B26. 

 

psst... long lat has it in Malibu, socal lol. 



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Posted 03 August 2017 - 08:41 PM

Yep that's why I said it was late logging. Have to say that driving down 50 is a scary effort at night. Was driving back from Lake Tahoe. 


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Posted 03 August 2017 - 08:43 PM

psst... long lat has it in Malibu, socal lol. 

I was more looking at it from the GCI prospective in how did SCP come to say 10x10.  Samsung GCI range ends right before that GCI shown. And that tripped me up a little bit.

 

Plus I was hopping for someone else's UCV logs to match more site data to the southern part of the market.



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Posted 03 August 2017 - 09:08 PM

Yep that's why I said it was late logging. Have to say that driving down 50 is a scary effort at night. Was driving back from Lake Tahoe.

Those quick turns and dark roads are scary. I once was directed into the side roads (thanks Google maps) and it scares the bejeeses out of me with cliff edges of hundreds of feet.

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 09:09 PM

I was more looking at it from the GCI prospective in how did SCP come to say 10x10. Samsung GCI range ends right before that GCI shown. And that tripped me up a little bit.

Plus I was hopping for someone else's UCV logs to match more site data to the southern part of the market.

Pretty much have no one left here for tracking purposes in the lower portion, northern portion, and reno area. Sadness =/

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Posted 04 August 2017 - 08:26 AM

I remember when I first moved to Nevada in 1994 from Florida. Mountain driving was kind of freaky at first. Always felt like you were out of control on downgrades and curves felt exaggerated. But you get used to it after awhile. Now we mountain folk get irritated when the valley people slow us down.

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Posted 04 August 2017 - 04:29 PM

Those quick turns and dark roads are scary. I once was directed into the side roads (thanks Google maps) and it scares the bejeeses out of me with cliff edges of hundreds of feet.

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Yep, Nissan Altima I had as a rental handled them just fine.


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