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So here is the specs for iPhone 5. Will it work on Td-lte. CDMA model A1429*: CDMA EV-DO Rev. A and Rev. B (800, 1900, 2100 MHz); UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz); GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz); LTE (Bands 1, 3, 5, 13, 25)

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So here is the specs for iPhone 5. Will it work on Td-lte. CDMA model A1429*: CDMA EV-DO Rev. A and Rev. B (800, 1900, 2100 MHz); UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz); GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz); LTE (Bands 1, 3, 5, 13, 25)

The iPhone 5 does not run on TD-LTE 2600 (Band 41). For Sprint, it only runs on Band 25, which is PCS band. It remains to be seen if the new iPhone 5S will support Sprint Bands 26 and 41 (Triband).

 

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I hear the low budget iPhone 5c will Support tdd-lte. So if that happens will it work with sprints new network. Or td-lte which ever one with the new Qualcomm chip to support worldwide lte.

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Im on this website for me and some of my co-workers who are on sprints prepaid brand provider.

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What's the best band to have on lte and what does sprint have now.

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I'm not sure if there's a best band, but as Robert mentioned above, Sprint will have 25, 26, and 41.

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I'm not sure if there's a best band, but as Robert mentioned above, Sprint will have 25, 26, and 41.

The best band is 41, because it should have the best performance. If the signal gets bad on Band 41, then you have two back up bands. :tu:

 

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Any word on lte the north la market now says anticipated lte launch=TBD. any delays at all.

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Any word on lte the north la market now says anticipated lte launch=TBD. any delays at all.

The deployment is going on, it's just a really slow moving market.

 

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Looks like another site should be in progress or will be worked on fairly soon....I just saw the following on the permit website for Ventura county, issued on 8/22:

 

MODIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT ON AN
EXISTING COMMUNICATION FACILITY.
INSTALL (6) NEW RRH'S (REMOTE
RADIO HEAD.) REMOVE (6)
ANTENNAS. RETROFIT BTS CABINET
AND INSTLAL (1) NEW JUCTION BOX.
POINT MUGU SITE, 4710
HUNEME RD. CROWN CASTLE SITE
OPERATOR, SITE NO. 881026.

 

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Thank you what is the website to view permits. Is it on the counties website like for me is it the county of San Luis obispo website to view permits.

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Anyone have any pics of slo county towers being worked on. I would love to see where they start first in slo county.

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Td-lte vs fd-lte which is better.

There is not a one is better than another. FDD is used for paired spectrum and TDD for unpaired. There's advantages to both.

 

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On Saturday I stopped by this site in Camarillo, near Lewis. I was surprised that there were guys working on the site. They were from a company called VCI and they were trenching to run the conduit and fiber for Time Warner. He thought that there would be others back later in the day or evening to do some work on the antennas.

 

 

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Why did sprint go with td-lte instead of fd-lte.

 

What do you mean?

 

Sprint is using FD-LTE for both it's PCS and SMR spectrum. Clear (now Sprint) is using TD-LTE for it's 25/2600MHz spectrum because that works better for the spectrum.

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On Saturday I stopped by this site in Camarillo, near Lewis. I was surprised that there were guys working on the site. They were from a company called VCI and they were trenching to run the conduit and fiber for Time Warner. He thought that there would be others back later in the day or evening to do some work on the antennas.

 

 

 

 

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Nice shot of an AL PCS RRU! LTE is not too far away!

 

That is a very busy tower.... I see iDen, and T-Mobile AIR antennas, plus Sprint and possibly AT&T. 

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Nice shot of an AL PCS RRU! LTE is not too far away!

 

That is a very busy tower.... I see iDen, and T-Mobile AIR antennas, plus Sprint and possibly AT&T. 

 

Thanks!

 

I'm hoping LTE is coming soon, especially since LTE has been going live in other 4th round Alcatel Lucent markets.

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Thanks!

 

I'm hoping LTE is coming soon, especially since LTE has been going live in other 4th round Alcatel Lucent markets.

 

Keep us updated if they come back and install the new antennas.

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Keep us updated if they come back and install the new antennas.

 

Sure thing.

 

If it's like the other couple of sites I've seen in progress, they should go up fairly quick. The backhaul is another story....hopefully Time Warner is quicker than ATT.

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SignalCheck went off when I left work today and I had thought it might have been LTE.

 

My phone picked up 1x800.... while not LTE, it was still cool. It'll be interesting to see if I can pick it up again tomorrow.

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