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tprevett

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About tprevett

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  • Birthday 04/19/1970

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  • Phones/Devices
    Nexus 6p - RingPlus BLT, iPhone 6s -128gb- Verizon, Nexus 5(FreedomPop),iPade Mini 3 - Verizon iPad Air2 WiFi/Cellular Tmobile & Sprint, Galaxy Tab 3-7" LTE (FreedomPop), Winbook Tw802 WiFi only, Raspberry PI.
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    North Ridgeville, OH
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    Sprint Fan Boy (or Girl)
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    tprevett
  • Favorite Quotation
    I live, eat and sleep Tech! Wife Hates it, Kids dig it, friends tolerate it! Everybody else pays me for it.
  • Interests
    Computers, Mobile Phones, tablets, etc.. Technology in general

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  1. Picked up a new 1x800 signal today in North Roseville. Log is attached. Shoot can't attach it.
  2. Whatcha doing out my way NiteSnow?
  3. Yah, my Nexus 5 on Freedompop (secondary phone) also picked up B41(2) today..
  4. Which screens do ya want.. there are a lot more then I remember..
  5. Just activated 6s (128GB) - First speedtest while in my work building, LTE only, NO wifi netted 90.45 down!
  6. I pulled 61.65d/14.64u (B41) on 480 near the brookpark tower yesterday on my Nexus 5. :-)
  7. This is directly from sprint's press release about spark How Sprint Spark Works Sprint Spark combines 4G FDD-LTE at 800 Megahertz (MHz) and 1.9 Gigahertz (GHz) and TDD-LTE at 2.5GHz spectrum. Sprint Spark’s spectrum assets, technology and architecture are designed to deliver a seamless customer experience via tri-band wireless devices. Tri-band devices, named for their ability to accommodate multiple spectrum bands, support active hand-off mode between 800MHz, 1.9GHz and 2.5GHz, providing data session continuity as the device moves between spectrum bands.
  8. How can they call it spark then if their definition of spark is: How Sprint Spark Works Sprint Spark combines 4G FDD-LTE at 800 Megahertz (MHz) and 1.9 Gigahertz (GHz) and TDD-LTE at 2.5GHz spectrum. Sprint Spark’s spectrum assets, technology and architecture are designed to deliver a seamless customer experience via tri-band wireless devices. Tri-band devices, named for their ability to accommodate multiple spectrum bands, support active hand-off mode between 800MHz, 1.9GHz and 2.5GHz, providing data session continuity as the device moves between spectrum bands.
  9. Cleveland shows spark along the North coast from lorain county to Eastern Cuyahoga.. Does this mean that they actually have activated 800mhz LTE (That is part of spark, correct?)
  10. So sprint announced Spark in the Cleveland area, and their coverage map shows the entire Cleveland coastline, as spark activated.. does this mean that sprint has turned on the 800mhz lte?
  11. North of Cleveland... Oh so you are in the lake? Lol
  12. Still so strange... I have no problem getting B41 on my Nexus 5.. I just switched to my Galaxy S5, and Still can not pick up any B41.. Any place.. I can see the tower from my office, Nexus 5 always shows connected to B41, but GS5 Doesn't... All bands are enabled Weird.. CLBOWENS: When you have connected to B41 with your GS5, were you in a car? Have you ever connect to B41 on the Highway? I'm just curious and trying to figure out if there is an issue with my GS5..
  13. I believe I picked up B41 off of the Lear road/i90 tower yesterday
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