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  1. Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    Is 10x10+5x5 CA a thing?
  2. Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    Have you tried ##DEBUG#?
  3. Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    If Im not mistaken we do have the spectrum available for 10x10+5x5 PCS. But you can also confirm using the engineering screen.
  4. Sprint put together some pretty nifty tech for law enforcement.. https://www.policeone.com/police-products/body-cameras/articles/471143006-Sprints-Connected-Officer-platform-helps-keep-cops-safe/
  5. I have noticed wifi calling to calling plus in HD and a marked improvement in calling plus stability (could just be placebo).
  6. @backlon I know @backlon is surrounded by Apple lovers and he secretly loves to see them fail miserably at stuff like this.

  7. Not terribly detailed, but at least a peek into how Sprint's RF team tune and test the network... http://newsroom.sprint.com/article_display.cfm?content_id=126642&linkId=47922109 Would love to see more of these with more detail in the future...
  8. Network Vision/LTE - San Diego Market

    You sure it's UE relay? This smells of Docsis backhaul..
  9. @melio777 @reckless There target audience cares more about superficial things like brand and design than sound qual… https://t.co/AdKChHbEwu

  10. This is one of the many reasons Sprint is so pumped about massive mimo and 5G. Formfator wise makes it far more realistic to deploy in the real world. But I do hear the antennas are NOT cheap.
  11. Network Vision/LTE - San Diego Market

    From what I've seen from others that spotted Sprint small cells in your market looks to be yes.
  12. They are really going all in on the 5G things, look at whats sitting on the stage!! Its a Massive Mimo antenna, not to mention the banners.
  13. Upload is never ever more important than download, is it more utilized at big events than in your everyday use? YUP!
  14. Download speeds are considerably more utilized than upload. How often do you hear people say, hey that site is clearly congested, look at your upload. FDD's constant "upload is higher than download" occurrence makes a strong case for TDD. Take my part of the market, Sprint does not seem to have the ability to deploy three contiguous carriers and it being a dense city can easily overwhelm Config 1 2xCA, Config 2 gives Sprint just enough headroom to buy time(at zero cost) till non-contiguous B41 and more CA options become available. I also find that slow uploads are more tied to crappy signal than congested upload (Magic Box uploads speeds are a clear indicator of this). My Note 8 holds up like a champ in low signal situations on the uploads, some other devices side by side, not so much. But in the end, having B25 handle the upload will give Sprint enough headroom for a very long time.
  15. Sprint specially said that they had 2xCA running in the stadium. So these speeds fall inline with what youd expect from 2xCA 2x2 MIMO. Considering there were over 65,000 folks crammed in such a tight space, I am very satisfied with those speeds. Now to address the uploads, I personally never had a need for more than 2 or 3mb, but as we move forward it will be nice to get 2xCA and B41+25B going.
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