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3 hours ago, Dkoellerwx said:

Which part? Not all zones are complete.

 The Tijuana border with the USA. I’m going to be taking a trip into the desert there near the Tijuana border crossing.

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I have to tell you all I am near tears right now.  I am so stoked that Marcelo listened to us, directly.  I am sure he listened to all the feedback he heard.  But I believe S4GRU was influential in th

I'm still shocked and amazed how successful S4GRU has been in staying online, remaining relevant and keeping quality members and staff all with member donations from a relatively small pool. When we

Maybe he's outside of the city limits. He'll tweet as soon as he's back in town with a data connection.

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See this FCC Filing that Sprint submits on a monthly basis: https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/10801544322248/800 MHz Monthly Report for August 2018.pdf
So, In El paso it looks like the channel is cleared, but episd hasn't relocate to their new assigned channel. Hope we still get the full 5mhz after waiting this long...

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MajoritySouthern border is 5mhz B26+ cdma 1x800. Majority of Northern border is 3 MHz B26 + 1x800.

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This is just amusing lol after all these years wait till the last min to make it happen lol

 

Btw: McAllen Texas market

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10 hours ago, lilotimz said:

MajoritySouthern border is 5mhz B26+ cdma 1x800. Majority of Northern border is 3 MHz B26 + 1x800.

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As an admitted novice to understanding some of this,... will the northern areas ever have more than 3mhz of B26?    Is there a reason it's not 5 like the southern regions?    

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45 minutes ago, jreuschl said:

https://www.tmonews.com/2018/08/t-mobile-mid-band-lte-capacity-upgrades-hundreds-cell-sites-2/

Why can't Sprint do something like these announcements on a regular basis?  It would give customers confidence there are specific examples of upgrades in their market.

If Tmobile cant pull it off, best believe Sprint cannot! Neville gets destroyed every time he post these on Twitter. Take a quick peek at the comments, it ain't pretty.

 

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If Tmobile cant pull it off, best believe Sprint cannot! Neville gets destroyed every time he post these on Twitter. Take a quick peek at the comments, it ain't pretty.
 
Ya, Neville posting this bi-weekly is pointless..in some of these areas they may of touched 1 site and added it to the list..

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1 minute ago, dro1984 said:

Better than no information.   I like to know if anything is being done.  

Same here but the negative nellies will come out come out of the woodwork, as others have said!

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2 minutes ago, dro1984 said:

Better than no information.   I like to know if anything is being done.  

You obviously have not been around long enough to realize everytime Sprint did this exact thing they got decimated by the press and users on social media. So they came to the consensus it's better to let the work do the talking.

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Found something interesting that I wanted to see if anyone can identify.

Me and another buddy here locally in El paso have been going out tracking all the Sprint towers and upgrades and ran across a mystery

The building in the first pic has always been believe to have a Sprint tower on it , but after multiple occasions of testing the phone never registered at our being nearby on that building

So the blue and red circles show AT & T and Verizon towers and the black circle in the middle is an unknown Tower which we believed could possibly be Sprint, the tower may be turned off or decommission something happened keep in mind to Google image is from earlier this year

So recently there was an upgrade that happened to that unknown Tower and it was left with just one panel after the upgrade so I wanted to see if any of you guys recognize if this is Sprint indeedb46d266e0af65edcbbf0c63ae566c707.jpg05e8b0deeca7e6037763664a4e4e3dbc.jpg

 

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23 minutes ago, tyroned3222 said:

Found something interesting that I wanted to see if anyone can identify.

Me and another buddy here locally in El paso have been going out tracking all the Sprint towers and upgrades and ran across a mystery

The building in the first pic has always been believe to have a Sprint tower on it , but after multiple occasions of testing the phone never registered at our being nearby on that building

So the blue and red circles show AT & T and Verizon towers and the black circle in the middle is an unknown Tower which we believed could possibly be Sprint, the tower may be turned off or decommission something happened keep in mind to Google image is from earlier this year

So recently there was an upgrade that happened to that unknown Tower and it was left with just one panel after the upgrade so I wanted to see if any of you guys recognize if this is Sprint indeed

 

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I think that’s a Sprint hexadecaport antenna. 

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23 minutes ago, tyroned3222 said:

Found something interesting that I wanted to see if anyone can identify.

Me and another buddy here locally in El paso have been going out tracking all the Sprint towers and upgrades and ran across a mystery

The building in the first pic has always been believe to have a Sprint tower on it , but after multiple occasions of testing the phone never registered at our being nearby on that building

So the blue and red circles show AT & T and Verizon towers and the black circle in the middle is an unknown Tower which we believed could possibly be Sprint, the tower may be turned off or decommission something happened keep in mind to Google image is from earlier this year

So recently there was an upgrade that happened to that unknown Tower and it was left with just one panel after the upgrade so I wanted to see if any of you guys recognize if this is Sprint indeed

 

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That is definitely a Sprint antenna. You can see the 800 (SMR) RRU on the right, the I believe 1900 (PCS) RRU on the left. The antenna is quite large, and may actually be a 16 port antenna that also supports B41. However, the Erisson 8T8R RRU is not visible in this picture. It may be below the edge of the roof.

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5 hours ago, tyroned3222 said:

Found something interesting that I wanted to see if anyone can identify.
Me and another buddy here locally in El paso have been going out tracking all the Sprint towers and upgrades and ran across a mystery
The building in the first pic has always been believe to have a Sprint tower on it , but after multiple occasions of testing the phone never registered at our being nearby on that building
So the blue and red circles show AT & T and Verizon towers and the black circle in the middle is an unknown Tower which we believed could possibly be Sprint, the tower may be turned off or decommission something happened keep in mind to Google image is from earlier this year
So recently there was an upgrade that happened to that unknown Tower and it was left with just one panel after the upgrade so I wanted to see if any of you guys recognize if this is Sprint indeed
 
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That looks like a hexdecaport antenna for sure. Here are some pictures that I took of one in Pittsburgh in January (along with lots of other pictures of the tower). https://photos.app.goo.gl/G4T06PyC5hZHU1dE3

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Weak passwords let a hacker access internal Sprint staff portal

“Using two sets of weak, easy-to-guess usernames and passwords, a security researcher accessed an internal Sprint staff portal. Because the portal’s log-in page didn’t use two-factor authentication, the researcher — who did not want to be named — navigated to pages that could have allowed access customer account data.”

All you need is a phone number and a PIN, but as there was no limit on the number of PIN attempts, you’d just cycle through them all until you got access. Disgraceful.

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