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  2. yep! PB/La Jolla needs triband....!!!
  3. Dang that upload speed is nice!! Finally we have B25 15x15, B26 5X5 and B41 20+20+20. Just need B26 and B41 on all sites.
  4. The intent of my post was simply to point out the "two voices" of N Ray. For Verizon mmWave is bad, for TMUS it's good. Not sure how often it needs to be repeated until people are no longer surprised by the characteristics of mmW spectrum. Certainly Sprints 2.5 GHz spectrum is enviable at the moment. C-Band and/or CBRS if and when available will certainly tend to reduce or even eliminate Sprints advantage.
  5. Hereโ€™s what Verizon had to say about Millimeter Wave: https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/04/millimeter-wave-5g-isnt-for-widespread-coverage-verizon-admits/ Given all these shortcomings, Sprint should be in the driverโ€™s seat with 2.5 GHz if it could make the appropriate capex happen.
  6. just noticed as well 15 minutes ago...you beat me to it!
  7. Welcome 15x15 to San Diego!!
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  9. Well, presumably I'll activate my Pixel 4 on eSIM, so won't need to worry about ordering a new SIM each year like I have been for the last 4 years. When traveling internationally, the convenience and price of Sprint's roaming plan is really hard to beat, so I don't see myself changing plans when traveling.
  10. Yes, that's exactly where those are. ๐Ÿ™‚
  11. Hey, I know where those are. ๐Ÿ˜œ https://goo.gl/maps/WRs7iXeJrxnXoMKEA Likely stuck in traffic too. ๐Ÿ˜ I think those might be AT&T. I saw those exact ones when I was traversing I-480 yesterday. I haven't whipped out my FreedomPop at&t Sim in a while. It doesn't look like anything VZW is deploying around here.
  12. Yeah, but there's at least been some incremental progress on it: https://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-spidercloud-small-cell.htm https://www.fiercewireless.com/wireless/sprint-achieves-120-140-mbps-laa-deployment-spidercloud-says-laa-long-term-roadmap https://www.aglmediagroup.com/sprint-uses-corning-spidercloud-to-address-cellular-enterprise-market/
  13. Not to get to far off topic but I agree 100%, mmWave certainly has a place. Who knows how well it will ultimately perform but the short wave lengths make massive MIMO and beam forming/steering a reality. The next several years will be interesting.
  14. What a coincidence.. https://www.fiercewireless.com/5g/t-mobile-says-5g-mmwave-deployments-will-never-scale
  15. Ah yes worded like some one who just completed John Legere's short course, "Technical Writing for Snake Oil Salesmen". ๐Ÿ˜€
  16. Not sure how mmWave being blocked is surprising. 60 Ghz wifi is blocked by human hand. That does not mean there is not a place for mmWave. Cars, fixed internet, large open spaces (like stadiums, parking, or parks), or indoor das (like airports or expos).
  17. Well to be fair, he didn't say anything about coverage or how the spectrum penetrates walls. ๐Ÿ™‚ It's worded very well.
  18. Yet Neville Ray says, "T-Mobile also has mmWave spectrum that provides massive capacity over a very small footprint. It holds big promise for speed and capacity in dense urban areas and venues where large numbers of people gather." I guess TMUS has special mmWave spectrum that is some how superior to VZ mmWave spectrum.
  19. Yeah they said the same thing about LAA Sent from my SM-G965U1 using Tapatalk
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  21. Back in May 2018, Sprint said this about Millimeter Wave: https://www.fiercewireless.com/5g/sprint-millimeter-wave-spectrum-important-part-our-strategy-going-forward
  22. This Gif though.. mmWave Maybe in a world without walls mmWave would be a thing.
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