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No. It means that the C and G block 5x5 carriers have been consolidated into a single 10x10 carrier.

Hopefully we see some 15X15 down the llne

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Hopefully we see some 15X15 down the llne

that would be great. kissimmee has 10x10 all over the place

 

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that would be great. kissimmee has 10x10 all over the place

 

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Awesome how many band 41 carriers?

 

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Awesome how many band 41 carriers?

 

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2 ca.

 

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2 ca.

 

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OK. Think it's only Samsung markets with the 3rd carrier right now. I live in a Samsung and we have it. 2xca picks any of the 3 carriers to do it. I can't wait for 3xca to go live.

 

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OK. Think it's only Samsung markets with the 3rd carrier right now. I live in a Samsung and we have it. 2xca picks any of the 3 carriers to do it. I can't wait for 3xca to go live.

 

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Ericsson/Nokia markets are live with the 3rd B41 carrier now.

 

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Ericsson/Nokia markets are live with the 3rd B41 carrier now.

 

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Which manufacturer does Florida have?

 

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Which manufacturer does Florida have?

 

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Ericsson/Nokia.

 

http://www.s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/5816-TDD-LTE-2600-(Band-41)-8T8R-Sites-Accepted-/-Discussion-Thread&do=findComment&comment=493643

 

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Is 3rd carrier aggregation live in miami Florida?

 

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I'm only aware of one report of 3xCA potentially being live for customers anywhere in the country.

 

I do not know if the 3rd Carrier is live in Miami yet. Remember, 3rd carrier being live and 3xCA are different things.

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I'm only aware of one report of 3xCA potentially being live for customers anywhere in the country.

 

I do not know if the 3rd Carrier is live in Miami yet. Remember, 3rd carrier being live and 3xCA are different things.

Well, yes I mean 3xca

 

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Well, yes I mean 3xca

 

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We do not know of 3xCA being live anywhere, let alone Miami.

 

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I have yet to see a 3rd carrier anywhere in Orlando, Tampa, Kissimmee, or Daytona.

 

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I have yet to see a 3rd carrier anywhere in Orlando, Tampa, Kissimmee, or Daytona.

 

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It's on the way. Give it the next few weeks.

 

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I have yet to see a 3rd carrier anywhere in Orlando, Tampa, Kissimmee, or Daytona.

 

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Looks like it is on air in the SW Florida market, so shouldn't be long.

 

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Looks like it is on air in the SW Florida market, so shouldn't be long.

 

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hope so

 

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It is also live in tampa market. I may need to catch it first. S7 beta does not update windowed applications yet.

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It is also live in tampa market. I may need to catch it first. S7 beta does not update windowed applications yet.

did it go live in tampa recently?

 

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did it go live in tampa recently?

 

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I don't know when it went live just passing through. Nokia did not have 3rd carrier live anywhere(except New Haven, ct) in the country last time I went through.

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what does the gci for nokia end with for 3rd carriers?

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B41 3rd carrier 41/42/43

 

Not listed correctly in scp.

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B41 3rd carrier 41/42/43

 

Not listed correctly in scp.

That explains why I havent seen any. I use scp most of the time. Will LTE Discovery work?

 

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I don't know it is something new. Have they updated the app recently? At least you know what GCI to look for until mike updates scp.

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I don't know it is something new. Have they updated the app recently? At least you know what GCI to look for until mike updates scp.

They have not in a while. I will be on the look out though.

 

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I don't know it is something new. Have they updated the app recently? At least you know what GCI to look for until mike updates scp.

SCP has not been updated since 4/10/16.

 

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