Jump to content

Hello Planet S4gru


SeanK_

Recommended Posts

Hello,

 

I'm Sean, from Albuquerque, NM and joined this site to stay connected on Sprint 's Network progress and chat with other fellow people.

 

See you all around.

Edited by SeanK_
  • Like 4
Link to comment
Share on other sites

I've always wanted to go to New Mexico. I heard the unicorns run free and the rain is like gum drops their. It's friendly to my people lol :) Welcome to the family SeanK_

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Hello,

 

I'm Sean, from Albuquerque, NM and joined this site to stay connected on Sprint 's Network progress and chat with other fellow people.

 

See you all around.

 

:welcome:

 

Work is just starting to begin on full build sites here in the ABQ market. Keep your eyes on local towers and report any activity seen with pictures and we can help you identify whether it is Sprint work.

 

Additionally, two GMO sites received backhaul upgrades on Friday and should have very fast 3G speeds...Montano near Rio Grande Blvd. and Academy at Tramway.

 

Robert via Nexus 7 with Tapatalk HD

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I've always wanted to go to New Mexico. I heard the unicorns run free and the rain is like gum drops their. It's friendly to my people lol :) Welcome to the family SeanK_

 

Our Unicorns are very special! I have about 5 of them. Not sure about the gum rain drops, kind of rare.

 

 

 

:welcome:

 

Work is just starting to begin on full build sites here in the ABQ market. Keep your eyes on local towers and report any activity seen with pictures and we can help you identify whether it is Sprint work.

 

Additionally, two GMO sites received backhaul upgrades on Friday and should have very fast 3G speeds...Montano near Rio Grande Blvd. and Academy at Tramway.

 

Robert via Nexus 7 with Tapatalk HD

 

Thanks!

 

Interesting, I'll keep my eyes out now.

Edited by SeanK_
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Our Unicorns are very special! I have about 5 of them.

 

And once Network Vision is complete, you could use SkyDrive to work from your "unicorn stable."

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bBmActSPro

 

I'm out...

 

AJ

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

I use my skydive setup quite regularly on 3G right now. I was one of the luck early adapters and have a 25gb account from when I had the HTC Arrive.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

And once Network Vision is complete, you could use SkyDrive to work from your "unicorn stable."

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bBmActSPro

 

I'm out...

 

AJ

 

This is one of my unicorns http://www.bulbystables.com/images/CopyofP1010145_000.jpg%20buster%20unicorn

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • large.unreadcontent.png.6ef00db54e758d06

  • gallery_1_23_9202.png

  • Posts

    • T-Mobile wins more 5G spectrum over AT&T's objections So now it's official?
    • Just got back from Puerto Rico. I spent a lot of time going around the San Juan metro area, predominantly in Viejo San Juan, Santurce, Isla Verde, and a short stop in University Gardens.  T-Mobile's network still performs as well today as it did when I last tested and in my opinion is the best on the island. n41 is still at 100MHz in most areas though I did record a few areas with only 80MHz. Yesterday the FCC announced that they're finally granting T-Mobile their Auction 108 winnings so we'll probably finally see that increase. They also have 15MHz of n25 and 15MHz of n25 and 15MHz n71. The fastest speed I recorded while there was 922 down and 120 up, presumably aggregating n41+n25 and potentially n71 as well but I wasn't able to confirm that. A couple of things I noticed about their network are that their is a ton of split-sector n25 deployed in San Juan, much like in the U.S. I even noticed some n41 sites that had 4 or more sectors. The weirdest being the site on top of SJU Airport where they have 6 n41 sectors each broadcasting 80MHz of n41. AT&T SIMs roam on LIberty's network but they still treat it as the home network. In my opinion they're the second best network in Puerto Rico. Liberty is still using the AT&T MCC-MNC code and is pretty much coasting on AT&T's network upgrades. They have 10MHz n5 virtually everywhere but I never saw my phone connect to any other 5G bands. Their saving grace was just how much spectrum they have to aggregate across midband and lowband. I'd see combos like 10MHz n5 + 20MHz B2 + 10MHz B66 + 10MHz Band 30 + 5MHz Band 2 and get upwards of 200Mbps. Coverage was slightly worse than T-Mobile in my experience, even indoors which is a surprise given T-Mobile usually struggles a bit indoors due to their macro density. Verizon is roaming on Claro in Puerto Rico just as they have been for years. No idea if there is 5G roaming because I was connected to LTE the entire time. Toggling 5G didn't do anything and both pings and speeds weren't great. Speeds were in the 20-40Mbps range consistently and pings over 200ms. For comparison T-Mobile's pings are in the teens and Liberty pings are in the 40's even when roaming using an AT&T SIM. Claro's network is ok in my experience with nothing really notable about it.  — — — — — Here are some pics of sites that I took:
    • WTB instructed to process all 2.5GHz licenses across the USA. They are only giving up some spectrum in certain markets of Hawaii.
    • Is this just for licenses in Hawaii?
    • Yeah, it basically directs the bureau to proceed with granting the applications in the normal course.  It's no longer being held by the AT&T objection. - Trip
  • Recently Browsing

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...