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19 sites accepted for the Jax market can't wait to get home to see which ones.

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19 sites accepted for the Jax market can't wait to get home to see which ones.

 

Half of them were already on the maps since the last update. But the other half are new.

 

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Half of them were already on the maps since the last update. But the other half are new.

 

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I need to check around more. I can't wait until Philips Hwy is covered in LTE.

 

Also - My cousins in Starke get LTE before my house. LOL! Now they have bragging rights. :(

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I need to check around more. I can't wait until Philips Hwy is covered in LTE.

 

Also - My cousins in Starke get LTE before my house. LOL! Now they have bragging rights. :(

 

I would never publicly claim my family if they lived in Starke. :lol:

 

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I'm sitting at Hurricane Wings on CR210 and I have 4G. It's a miracle.

 

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just a sensorly screen shot of ocala as of today.

 

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Looks like someone hit the site on Lem Turner near Callahan and the site in Callahan.

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It's spreading. I am just out of reach where I live. hope they can boost it a bit more because I can get it if I walk about a block from my place.

 

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Pretty insane speedtest I got tonight at around Racetrack Road/San Jose Blvd area. Pretty insane that my iPhone on LTE has a faster connection to the internet than it does at home on my Comcast cable modem.

 

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The Creekside site has turned on and now I get a decent signal in my work parking lot and at home. On Cyanogen mod ROM 10.1, when you're connected to LTE, the status bar signals reflect lte connectivity rather than cellular connection. My average or should I say, steady signal at home is -93dBm with ~44 asu. Signal must be good because I pull around 20mbps at home. Not much use, since I off load on WiFi though. My work though, I get around 5mbps. I think the signal there is around -112 dBm or so. LTE connectivity is definitely stronger than my EvDo signal is at home (even converting rssi to rsrp. It must be the new panels and RRUs being mounted on the back. :P

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Almost forgot...this is in the best spot of my home, upstairs by the window. :P

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Almost forgot...this is in the best spot of my home, upstairs by the window. :P

 

Must be nice my home tower has been in progress for months now. I haven't seen any activity but Jacksonville deployment as a whole is starting to speed up.

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Must be nice my home tower has been in progress for months now. I haven't seen any activity but Jacksonville deployment as a whole is starting to speed up.

Panels were added approx Jan 28th. Came online March 1st. Not sure if that's relevant to other sites completion but I thought I'd throw that figure out there.

 

Very impressed. Everywhere I go on cr 210 now is 4g lte covered...except for the Burger King. :P

 

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Panels were added approx Jan 28th. Came online March 1st. Not sure if that's relevant to other sites completion but I thought I'd throw that figure out there.

 

Very impressed. Everywhere I go on cr 210 now is 4g lte covered...except for the Burger King. :P

 

There's no panels no work has been done as far as I know.

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There's no panels no work has been done as far as I know.

:( the site by Julington creek bridge (just south of it), had panels on it for approx 2 months before it went live. I think back haul might play the largest factor at the moment.

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just a sensorly screen shot of ocala as of today.

 

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i did almost all of these sensorly maps except for marion oaks but everything else i mapped it

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It's spreading. I am just out of reach where I live. hope they can boost it a bit more because I can get it if I walk about a block from my place.

 

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The one on 441 at night reaches about 32 mbps down and 12 upload on speetest.net app especially at the mcdonalds across the street from the tower

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Not bad 3G for Sprint but on any other major carrier this would be very bad

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However 4G LTE at night is nothing to scoff at

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3G is getting better no doubt, almost 2mb on speed test in the house,...what a change from the .1 mb that I had to endure for the past couple of months....however 26mb in the house gets me jealous never had that other even on Comcast. Hope Sutton Lakes gets covered pretty good, Wimax is decent....wife still has the evolution 4g

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