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lol.... Dolphins winning the Super Bowl. Every year one of my friends says that. He's a true fan I guess... lol.

 

Robert... thanks for all you do and your dedication to us Sprint nerds :)

haha nice a 116 fan?

 

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Man hope it comes up soon! I'll be up in orlando this weekend so hopefully I should it in action 

It's all over so you probably will. Especially with an iPhone 5s. 

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haha nice a 116 fan?

 

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Yes sir!  You??

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Yes sir! You??

nice! me to! but one of my most favorite rappers is bizzle

 

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nice! me to! but one of my most favorite rappers is bizzle

 

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Cool man!  I'll have to check him out.

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I just got these here around gables and 8th street SW while i was waiting in an office for my appointment.post-6959-140354878047_thumb.jpgpost-6959-140354878772_thumb.jpg

 

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This is inside the juvenile detention center. On band 41. Pretty good except the upload.

 

 

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This is inside the juvenile detention center. On band 41. Pretty good except the upload.

 

 

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Quite the difference... I wonder if that tower is one of the few with a 4:1 split.

 

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http://www.fcc.gov/document/miami-dade-county-florida-request-extension-rebanding

 

So it seems that 800 mhz may not be turned on yet till 2015?

800MHz is being fired up right now in Dade County. Had a whole bunch of CDMA 800 acceptances over the weekend.

 

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http://www.fcc.gov/document/miami-dade-county-florida-request-extension-rebanding

 

So it seems that 800 mhz may not be turned on yet till 2015?

At the end of the doc it says it has rejected Miami-Dade's request until it can prove that they must take that long and they are applying the appropriate resources to the problem.

 

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I'm surprised it works that way. If the Miami dade PD satisfies the requirements for another extension will sprint just have to shut down 800lte/CDMA on the accepted sites?

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I'm surprised it works that way. If the Miami dade PD satisfies the requirements for another extension will sprint just have to shut down 800lte/CDMA on the accepted sites?

Yes. But of sounds like the FCC is starting to get weary. If they end up granting this extension, it will likely be the last time. No one really had been calling Miami-Dade out in the previous extensions. Now Sprint was pretty tough on them. And the FCC is being pretty tough themselves. The FCC referenced they are the last hold out in the country.

 

It's possible they may allow CDMA 800 to go forth if it's channel placement is in a less interfering location, or if Miami-Dade is able to turn off their channels near Sprint's CDMA 800 channel. But the LTE 800 channel is far too wide. But right now the onus is on Miami-Dade per that last document. So they may not get their extension.

 

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Any news on Broward county? Are there any rejections or is everything good to go?

 

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Broward County is clear, but cannot proceed fully with 800MHz until after Miami-Dade is clear too. Because radio signals don't stop at the county line, unfortunately.

 

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Miami-Dade County is so backwards. Today I checked online, and called their 311 service to request information on offloading this motor oil i have from oil changes, and after being told, and going to several places, even as far as the south dade landfill, none took my oil, cause they didn't have storage for it. The south dade landfill was closed only opens Wed-Saturday. Wasted my time, and no one could inform me that it was closed not to waste my time driving..


Either way. FCC needs to lay the iron fist down and get them moving. Maybe even compensate Sprint for delays. 

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Miami-Dade County is so backwards. Today I checked online, and called their 311 service to request information on offloading this motor oil i have from oil changes, and after being told, and going to several places, even as far as the south dade landfill, none took my oil, cause they didn't have storage for it. The south dade landfill was closed only opens Wed-Saturday. Wasted my time, and no one could inform me that it was closed not to waste my time driving..

 

go to advance auto and drop it off there. they do it for free

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Hello! New to s4gru had a hard time trying to post something hahaha! I just wanted to post a capture for band 26 in Weston, Broward county! Just got it for a minute or so maybe they are working on it!

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Hello! New to s4gru had a hard time trying to post something hahaha! I just wanted to post a capture for band 26 in Weston, Broward county! Just got it for a minute or so maybe they are working on it!

Welcome. Thanks for posting.

 

Just wanted to clarify that you have a CDMA 800 signal. Which is a 1xRTT signal. Band 26 is an LTE band, for LTE 800. CDMA (1x and EVDO) bands are called Band Class. CDMA 800 is Band Class 10.

 

So 800MHz LTE in the SMR Band is B26 (Band 26). And 800MHz CDMA in the SMR Band is BC10 (Band Class 10).

 

We are glad to see 800MHz starting to be deployed in South Florida after the idiotic and incompetent delays from Miami-Dade failing to clear the band.

 

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Glad to see 1x800 in that area.. Voice service has been horrendous during nv 1.0 and this should help things greatly!

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Well yea that hahaha still learning! Thanks anyways! It has not come back since that minute I got it! I believe ttey are finally testing it

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Getting this at my job in key Biscayne. There's a tower on the island but glad its penetrating here into this building.

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Another tower just across the bay. Still at work. Idk if the addresses are accurate.

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