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  1. With the latest OneUI 3.0 beta update today on my Note 20 Ultra, 5G reporting works again! (also I realize now this is the beta topic and I probably should be using the other when the issue isn't related to a beta, but since I already posted here I figured I'd give closure to the issue!)
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  2. Could it be simpler than this? Could 312250 be real-world testing--see which non-overlapping sites actually end up with substantial amounts of traffic on them to identify holes that these sites could fill? The thought just occurred to me, though if that were the case, then I'd expect to see 312250 everywhere at once, I suppose, with sites gradually filtered out rather than added in. - Trip
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  3. SE03312B has mmWave as well! No backhaul upgrade yet, though.
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  4. Not true, they're mistaken. It works on previous versions as well, along with non LTE backhaul. I have it on working on a 545 (LTE backhaul since that's all it supports) and a MB Gold with Ethernet backhaul. A senior / high level tech confirmed a few months ago that it's supported and working on wired and wireless backhaul in addition to LTE backhaul. It also works on Airave 4s and Pebbles, which use wired backhaul. Sent from my Pixel 4 XL using Tapatalk
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  5. The equipment they are ordering supports N26 Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
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  6. DISH Announces EVP, Network Development Dave Mayo: https://ir.dish.com/news-releases/news-release-details/dish-announces-evp-network-development-names-new-retail-wireless http://about.dish.com/Dave-Mayo
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  7. Took a trip from Beaufort to Summerville on Christmas day. Sprint had coverage almost the entire way which was a pleasant surprise. My mum's iPhone XR was without service for a grand total of about 3 seconds. The less than pleasant surprise was how bad T-Mobile's coverage was. My T-Mobile line spent about a third of the trip without service. Luckily I had my Verizon line to pick up the slack.
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  8. Josh HillSprint 4G Rollout UpdatesFriday, April 5, 2019 - 3:06 AM PDT Now that VoLTE is actually rolling out on Sprint, it's a good time to dive into what exactly is VoLTE, and how is it different from Calling+ and VoWiFi (Wifi Calling). Background Terms E-UTRA or EUTRA: Stands for Evolved Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) Terrestrial Radio Access. This is the technical name for the actual LTE airlink. QoS: Quality of Service. This is a way of tagging / flagging certain types of traffic to have priority above or below other traffic. When traffic has a QoS
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  9. Great article! Just one question; Since Sprint usage is prioritized over MVNO usage (at least that's what most MVNOs state in their fine print), are MVNO users assigned a different QCI that gives them lower QoS priority? It would be interesting to see if plans such as Sprint's Kickstart, T-Mobile Essentials, and Verizon's goUnlimited also have a different QCI.
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  10. People don't get that stuff just like the ones that attacked sprint for using B41 2.5 instead of B7.. Can't do B7 which is why TMO now it's using n41 Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
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