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  1. 5 points
    RootMetrics 2H 2019 RootScore Reports: Ann Arbor, MI - Median download speed decreased from 33.2Mbps to 18.4Mbps. (ouch) Austin, TX - Sprint recorded the fastest median download speed at 25.8Mbps. Boston, MA - Median download speed decreased from 30.2Mbps to 20.6Mbps. Chattanooga, TN - Median download speed decreased from 25.6 to 19.5Mbps. Corpus Christi, TX - Median download speed increased from 27.1Mbps to 36.2Mbps. Durham, NC - Median download speed increased from 9.7Mbps to 15.5Mbps. Louisville, KY - Sprint recorded the fastest median download speed at 31.4Mbps. Miami, FL - Median download speed decreased from 19.4Mbps to 13.9Mbps. NYC and the Tri-State area - "During outdoor walking tests in the dense urban core of New York, Sprint recorded the fastest median download speed at 66.9 Mbps..." (impressive) Sacramento, CA - Sprint recorded the fastest median download speed at 42.5Mbps, up from 35.5Mbps on the last report. Stockton, CA - Sprint recorded the fastest median download speed at 27.4Mbps, down from 33.3Mbps on the last report. Winston-Salem, NC - Median download speed increased from 9.5Mbps to 12.4Mbps.
  2. 3 points
    Finally got a Magic Box, they sent me a refurbed 2. I get 3CA B41 in front of my house in the street pulling 176 Mbps but moderate to weak B25 or B26 in my house pulling 1.5 to 7.5 Mbps tops. The box connected to B41 right away and now I’m pulling 45 to 60 Mbps inside. Fun stuff for a nerd, but my wife thinks it’s weird that I’m so excited. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro EDIT: One thing I’ve noticed, the serving cell info screen in Field Test Mode on my XR never changes after connecting to my Magic Box, no matter where I am, without a reboot. It’s stuck on stupid.
  3. 1 point
    In my search for a stronger signal for my HTC 5G hub, I was encouraged by this photo which shows two wires coming out of the back of the HTC 5G hub (photo 6 of 8 of the slide deck): https://www.macitynet.it/al-mwc-2019-htc-5g-hub-la-rivoluzione-degli-hub-5g/ So I removed the SIM drawer, then pried off the back cover. The back cover comes off easily except down near the ethernet connector -- there I had to use some force to get the cover off. I was expecting to find a circuit board and perhaps some antenna connectors, but instead there is a fan and a cover. That cover appears to be held in-place with jeweler's Torx screws. My regular (slotted) and Allen jewelers drivers were either too large or too small, so I ordered a jeweler's Torx set from Amazon. More news to follow... Scott PS I would upload a photo, but it appears that I've used up my photo allotment here and it says that my Max total size is 0.03MB...
  4. 1 point
    Did you try to MANUALLY enable the 41 + 25 aggregation? if so, does it seem to work? If that works well, it will solve a big issue for a boatload of people. My area is covered with band 41 and the phone hangs on to this band 41 forever. But the upload is horrible and the result is a quite unusable connection much of the time.
  5. 1 point
    So I was able to get different colored pins to show up in mapbox. This may help https://docs.mapbox.com/help/tutorials/add-points-pt-2/#style-as-a-symbol-layer Pretty much have to create a new SVG (image of the pin https://labs.mapbox.com/maki-icons/editor/) then set conditions for each. So you can use the same pin names as fusion but you have to set that "condition" (the fusion pin name) for the svg you made. Not sure how to pull info for a popup within their studio yet. At the very least we should have a map with different color pins if the fusion death time passes.
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