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1 hour ago, tyroned3222 said:

So according to Sprint care (who knows how accurate this is lol).. Sprint will give it a shot on a nationwide volte launch middle of next year
 

 


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I kinda take Sprint Care with a grain of salt after my last few interactions with them. Based on the VoLTE map soft launch I saw on here, that's more than a few markets its being launched in. 

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9 hours ago, tyroned3222 said:

So according to Sprint care (who knows how accurate this is lol).. Sprint will give it a shot on a nationwide volte launch middle of next year
 

 


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This seems fairly accurate.... 

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Nice showing by Sprint in San Diego:

 

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Just now, though said:

that upload! i don't consider that a "best".

i get it tho....

its an Iphone? so no CA on the UL..

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33 minutes ago, nexgencpu said:

its an Iphone? so no CA on the UL..

Is CA on the UL supported on the iPhone XS?

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26 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

Is CA on the UL supported on the iPhone XS?

Nope.

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11 minutes ago, BlueAngel said:

Nope.

Oh man... ?

I guess something to look forward to for next year.

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2 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

Oh man... ?

I guess something to look forward to for next year.

Read that as X, not sure about the new ones or if they even have HPUE but I doubt it being Apple is gonna Apple.

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42 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

Is CA on the UL supported on the iPhone XS?

 

16 minutes ago, BlueAngel said:

Nope.

Yes UL CA is, although it disables PC2 (no HPUE with UL CA). 

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42 minutes ago, RAvirani said:

 

Yes UL CA is, although it disables PC2 (no HPUE with UL CA). 

Just have to wait to 2019 with the iPhone.  Maybe they will intorduce the iPhone XXX...

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37 minutes ago, Steve Dean said:

Just have to wait to 2019 with the iPhone.  Maybe they will intorduce the iPhone XXX...

UL CA on B41 in general disables HPUE. That's not unique to iPhone right now.

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2 hours ago, Dkoellerwx said:

UL CA on B41 in general disables HPUE. That's not unique to iPhone right now.

Will this be addressed with new hardware and/or software?

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9 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

Will this be addressed with new hardware and/or software?

I do not know the answer to that.

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Will this be addressed with new hardware and/or software?
FCC transmit power restriction.

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1 minute ago, lilotimz said:

FCC transmit power restriction.

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Thanks! Will “current” HPUE devices be compatible with an updated FCC transmit power restriction or will this require a new handset?

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10 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

Thanks! Will “current” HPUE devices be compatible with an updated FCC transmit power restriction or will this require a new handset?

This is a restriction for health reasons. Maximum permissible exposure to RF. 

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Pulled this in Nola today. Sprint is getting there.cdba0d8540929a42e348da3017a1e8b5.jpg

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Also seeing nice bump in upload..

This one is particularly interesting since it's not 2XCA UL. Looks like a perfect 64QAM scenario, and in Times Square no less...

Maybe M-MIMO?! Maybe not, regardless pretty impressive..

https://imgur.com/gallery/vB6NI9X

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1 hour ago, lilotimz said:

This is a restriction for health reasons. Maximum permissible exposure to RF. 

That’s definitely important!

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What's the maximum number of DL CA and UL CA on Sprint? What handsets are able to utilize the maximum?

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Sprint showing more improvmemts on root... Boston speed Improvements

Washington DC speed Improvements

Grand rapids Michigan speed

Disregard Fresno CA..... Sprint made absolutely no improvmemts there96a5350c192338f3a98e6cdbeceb9324.jpgcd2d42119041af35a491254afb02f019.jpg722dac6aaf943efda7b6ba49981e3106.jpgcdcb425d4610333b347215298cb286f3.jpg36e594008813bc7d2a3932ccb66b8b40.jpgdf296f4cfac1e4ec0ae94bed62556ec0.jpg7eea101cafdee6d6f9deb7294bb93772.jpg4b3386508883bb4884826010a3f6ca7d.jpg

 

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11 hours ago, though said:

What's the maximum number of DL CA and UL CA on Sprint? What handsets are able to utilize the maximum?

S9 and Note 9 series.

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