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    Tim YuSprint 4G Rollout UpdatesFriday, June 8, 2018 - 3:00 PM PDT It has been a little over a year since the first Magic Box publicly available was announced. In the time since then since the Airunity 545 "GEN 1" was announced, minor revisions were done as "GEN 2" with the Airunity 544 sporting a LCD display and subsequently the Airunity 546 having an more aesthetically pleasing exterior. All LCD display models are known as "GEN 2" respectively. Come next week starting on June 11th, 2018, the GEN 2 Magic Box's (AU544/546) will be considered out of stock and a GEN 3 Magic Box will take over the reigns in the beginning of July 2018. Though information on this new unit is scarce, information attained by S4GRU does suggest the new revision may potentially contain user accessible USB Type A ports and have a slightly lower transmit power. More to come as S4GRU discovers additional information about this GEN 3 Magic Box.
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    We should probably make an iOS 12 thread, but since this is related to iPhone X, I’m happy to report that, at least in beta 1, Field Test appears to finally be updated for the iPhone X. http://imgur.com/JMvEmDH http://imgur.com/5AWjiJQ -Anthony Edit: it’s definitely still broken though lol http://imgur.com/PxlHpkQ
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    The DAS in the new section of Penn Station this was at 4:30 on Friday. wasn't crazy packed but still crowded. Really wish the rest of the station didn't have only 3G
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    Well one tower in Alamogordo has B41. Not sure why they did the Holloman AFB Tower first. But love the speeds Then I got back into town. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Sprint is FINALLY rolling out 8.0 Oreo on the G6. Got mine this morning.
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    Sprint Awarded $26.9M In Cell Phone Trafficking Suit http://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-awarded-269m-in-cell-phone-trafficking-suit.htm?linkId=52549886
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    Yuma getting some upgrades on most of their towers.. [emoji106] Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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    The first three things that come to mind are a faulty radio, loose jumpers or a site config error… I would tweet Marci Carris on twitter and include all of the details you know of—that’s probably the best way to quickly get in touch with a local engineer.
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    I'm thinking that Sprint has made a deal with Meijer to put roof top small cells on their stores because I passed by a Meijer on the west side and went into a Meijer on Lake Lansing and SCP showed small cell each time. My signal peaked at -54dBm at times around the store on Lake Lansing.
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    For folks in the south Texas part of IBEZ: https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments/DA-18-542A1.pdf - Trip
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    The backhaul is connected to the SFP backhaul ports so that's fiber! (left 2 = ethernet 802.3AT, right 2 = SFP)
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    Updated the list tonight. Here is a summary of the changes. Justen moved up several places on the list. JohnHovah moved up 4 spots. jlbattagli moved up two places. Dkoellerwx, Turas, lb124 and Trip moved up one spot. No one bumped off the list this update. And no new members added. There are quite a few members within striking distance to get to Honored Premier. You can send me a message to find out how close you are now. Thanks for all your support! Robert
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    Only old unlimited plans so far, not the ED plans at the moment! Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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    Your observation of finding several in your area describes how these small cells have been deployed so far, in clusters. The original first found small cell cluster was in Portage Lakes. Other clusters has been found in Ravenna, Painesville, Fremont, Youngstown and University Heights. Small cells found within Cleveland City limits have been scattered about, not really in clusters. I sometimes have a difficult time connecting to small cells. Airplane mode cycling sometimes helps, but I've found that I sometimes just need to sit under the thing for a while. The expected GCI should be 082Cxx01, and I usually get a solid roughly -60dB signal when underneath the thing. These ones with condoms are more frustrating to figure out the site ID, but they're more visually appealing to the "average Joe". Non concealed small cells usually have the site ID right on the electrical box. Great job on the find. Please keep us posted on when you find them live
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    Getting better all the time Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    They changed the GCI for lampposts MM 3 months ago, on my previous post, for Manhattan from 0120 to 0130 prefixes. Probably they ran out of GCI from expanding MM lamppost, pole around 5 boroughs.
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    Another 8.1 update came out yesterday. More modem fixes, BT 5.0, and some other stuff. Things do seem to be a bit better than I recall previously. Downtown you can hit either Sprint or Clearwire B41 and usually Clearwire is nigh useless anywhere near peak times, but tonight it was serviceable. I'll post another update the next time I'm in a CLWR-B41 area for an extended period, but it seems like Essential is finally actually getting stuff fixed (though upload speeds are still crap on B41 with lowish signals, rather than falling back to B25 or whatnot).