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  3. My note 10 plus delayed bestbuy , wanted blue one and no eta .sucks.
  4. Negative, West KY is a Sprint Corporate market. To my knowledge Shentel isnt anywhere around here, except for the far eastern parts of KY. That would fall closer to East KY market which covers Lexington and most of eastern KY.
  5. In my opinion they both feel exactly the same and for me its fast and works flawlessly(that includes leaving the stock screen protector on both devices). The only thing is that the fp scanner is higher up on the screen compared to the s10. Not sure why they did it that way.
  6. Dont use finger print scanner but I did just charge my Galaxy Watch from 10% to 70% and the note only used 3% to do it. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  7. Does anyone know who Sprint uses for backhaul in West Michigan? Is it a master contract for the area, is it based on the tower leasing company, or is each tower a separate entity? Portland starting having massive telco issues yesterday afternoon that still persist. It's impacting almost all wired and wireless providers, so my gut is that its backhaul. So bad that the school and city government have put out notices their phones aren't working, with internet access being very spotty. I'm trying to figure out who the backhaul providers in the area how, but I'm coming up short on my Internet sluething. I thought at&t and merit had fiber running through town, but I'm not able to confirm that via the online maps.
  8. West KY Market. Louisville, Owensboro KY, some southern Indiana, and southern Illinois. Mostly Ericsson territory but a handful of Samsung sites in Illinois and Indiana. I spent most of this week out in Illinois for work.
  9. How's the speed of the fingerprint scanner? Also, how's the battery life?
  10. Thanks! That's super helpful. All of the Samsung sites in the West KY markets seem to be running this configuration. Verizon is similar around here with their GCI patterns. Really threw me off when I first started running SCP on Verizon awhile back.
  11. Size/weight/structural limitations are the most common reason. Carriers try to deploy bigger/heavier higher-gain antennas where possible and resort to smaller/lighter lower-gain antennas when necessary. Carriers also have different setups for different beamwidths (e.g. in my market, Verizon uses different antennas for sites with 90° sector spacing than for sites with 120° sector spacing). Lastly, carriers may use different antennas that are the same size due to their different gain characteristics. For example, Sprint stocks two different 72" octoport dualband antennas. Their 800/1900 gain figures are 14.7/18.0 for the RFS variety and 15.0/17.2 for the Commscope variety.
  12. Haven't seen one like this. Do you know the logical reason for why carriers have different antenna setups?
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  14. That looks like a T-Mobile 600-ready setup. Dual Commscope antennas.
  15. So here is this site now with it's base station now. Not live yet. It does have the typical GPS antenna that t mobile uses. I'm wondering if this is a new dish site? Also they're three t mobile sites not far from this site. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  16. [emoji34][emoji31] Glad I moved on to the S10 5G. Sent from my SM-G977P using Tapatalk
  17. No. Still showing LTE Calling and WiFi Calling.
  18. VoLTE?? Sent from my SM-G977P using Tapatalk
  19. I'm not a fan on the new Samsung GCI patterns. Any body have a breakdown on the new pattern? I feel lost out here with my market's one area of Samsung equipment.
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