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Looks like lte coming eastern shore around ocean city area.

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Looks like lte coming eastern shore around ocean city area.

 

Woof, you feel that cold breeze, hell must have frozen over. ;)

 

Just kidding - hope it is true and on air for the last big summer weekend.

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New lte on eastern shore hope it spreads oc city md soon.

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New lte on eastern shore hope it spreads oc city md soon.

 

Not sure how long OC will take, but I think I might go for a drive down to Salisbury this weekend and map a little bit...

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Inlaws live near shelbyville next time im there i will map the 2 new sites.

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Lots of dropped calls starting yesterday here at home.. Maybe the notoriously terrible Rt 40 & Rolling Road site is finally getting NV'd? That would be a dream come true.

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Baltimore way behind with nv and backhaul . Most 1st round markets are done or 90 percent lte

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Baltimore way behind with nv and backhaul . Most 1st round markets are done or 90 percent lte

 

Nope, not NYC or LA.

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Dc takes the cake bad backhaul .lol

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Eastern shore is wayyyy behind also it was pose to be done almost 2 years ago.

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Terrible connectivity yesterday both 3G/4G in and around BWI Airport. It is very difficult to navigate out of the airport if there is little data connection for the GPS app. :(

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Was above the ditch/canal in Delaware saw band 41 equipment on a bunch of different tower's.

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Was above the ditch/canal in Delaware saw band 41 equipment on a bunch of different tower's.

Several accepted B41/8T8R sites north of the canal. And even one south of it.

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Looks like triband phone is needed in de now .  

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still lot nv needs completed in baltimore next visit see holes are covered with band 26 now.

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Some body picking up lte in ocean city md :) on sensorly map.

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lte in baltimore county very bad and sometimes no lte with bad 3g legacy towers still this market one the biggest gaps with no lte around . middle river md no lte .

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There are still some pockets of horrible data (3G/crappy LTE) in very populated Baltimore suburbs. It is getting better, I wish they would pick it up. If it wasn't for band 26, some areas wouldn't even have ANY lte.

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lte in baltimore county very bad and sometimes no lte with bad 3g legacy towers still this market one the biggest gaps with no lte around . middle river md no lte .

I'm in Parkville for 3 days .been connected to clear wire B41 since I got here with with download speed up to 32 Mbps and 12 up(Nexus 5) I wish where I live in IL is that good

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Ya just lot pockets like middle river area

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Another eastern shore site live with LTE, this one near Chestertown, MD. Mapped on Sensorly.

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Another eastern shore site live with LTE, this one near Chestertown, MD. Mapped on Sensorly.

That side of the river is pretty sparse.Still lots of blank space on the eastern shore.But the coverage that Sprint has with those two tower's seems better the Verizon and AT&T. Did you do the mapping

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That side of the river is pretty sparse.Still lots of blank space on the eastern shore.But the coverage that Sprint has with those two tower's seems better the Verizon and AT&T. Did you do the mapping

 

I mapped it out on Christmas Day. The coverage isn't bad, B26 was live as well but the power was turned way down (same on the the other tower near the college). They could use a site near Church Hill though.... Speaking of 2 towers giving good coverage (at least in terms of area) are the 2 in Middletown and the 2 in Smyrna.

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Mostly all band 26 low power in de right now

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I was at BWI airport this morning, rocking Extended 1X coverage all around the airport. Couldn't even send a text message to let someone know where I was. <_<:td:

 

Drive 1 mile from the airport, and you can download at 50Mbps :wacko:

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