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Is this judgement day ?

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WHAT

 

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RIP WIMAX

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RIP WIMAX

I guess WiMAX is going offline on November 5th 6th, isn't it?

 

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Yay the countdown has begun! I can see more available 20mhz TDD-LTE carriers at the end of the tunnel!

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14 days before my birthday.. darn!

THE COUNTDOWN, HAS BEGUN!(Evil laugh)

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14 days before my birthday.. darn!

THE COUNTDOWN, HAS BEGUN!(Evil laugh)

 

 

I feel your pain. It's 9 days before my birthday.

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Yay the countdown has begun! I can see more available 20mhz TDD-LTE carriers at the end of the tunnel!

Wasn't Wimax only deployed on 10 Mhz of spectrum?

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Wasn't Wimax only deployed on 10 Mhz of spectrum?

AFAIK it was deployed in a traditional cell manner, with different sectors using different center frequencies leading to much more spectrum use than 10mhz (potentially 30mhz per tower if using 10mhz channels, plus even more for adjacent tower sectors). Not much frequency reuse.
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AFAIK it was deployed in a traditional cell manner, with different sectors using different center frequencies leading to much more spectrum use than 10mhz (potentially 30mhz per tower if using 10mhz channels, plus even more for adjacent tower sectors). Not much frequency reuse.

Wow, TIL.  No wonder they're waiting for Wimax shutdown before turning on their third 20mhz carrier for B41.

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Wow, TIL.  No wonder they're waiting for Wimax shutdown before turning on their third 20mhz carrier for B41.

 

There has been a LOT of WiMax thinning, so most places are not using nearly that much spectrum anymore.

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Darn, lol. WiMAX worked well at my place.

Well hopefully Sprint keeps all of the non-redundant sites and adds LTE to them.
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You mean 201511061201.  Stop messing with my OCD.

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I prefer 8675309

 

Using Tapatalk on Nexus 6

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I prefer 8675309

 

Using Tapatalk on Nexus 6

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I prefer 8675309

 

Fornicator!  I am telling Christina -- and Jenny.

 

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