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jroepcke51

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About jroepcke51

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    iPhone 7 Plus, 7, 6s, HTC ONE M8 and LG G3
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    Albuquerque, NM
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  1. I have been an auditor on several engagements where the auditee was in a M&A takeover or purchase and did not do a call. They only provided guidance. In my experience, it is not uncommon but those were low fortune 1000 companies, not a top 200 company. I think you may be reading into the move a little too much.
  2. Ok I found out what that earfcn is coming from. Got home from work and thought I would tinker with my magic box. Sure enough it is that. At work, I am close enough to someone who has a MB
  3. I upgraded to the Iphone XS max a month back and I have noticed much increased speeds when I have been on Band 41. Going through the updated field test (which is much different on XS Max than X), I was able to find all of the below. EARFCN's: 39874- B41 40072- B41 40270- B41 41374- B41 On the iphone, it is too difficult to see if I can aggregate all 4 together but speeds in several locations in town, my iphone can reach 130 to 150 consistently. Downtown even during middle of day which has never happen. I wanted to know if any one else has seen 41374 lately?
  4. You are correct sir. I think they could even fit the 1x carriers in the gaurd bands. Just get rid of 3G already.
  5. No 10x10. There are 2 5x5 carriers. Sprints Albuquerque spectrum holdings are very limited. They have PCS Block B 30mhz, D 10mhz, and G 10 mhz. In addition, they have about 90 mhz of B41 (I finally found third carrier downtown) and 14 mhz of 800. They have two 1900 1x carriers, two 1900 CDMA Rev A. carriers. I don't think this is necessary as band 26 is pretty wide spread through the city. If they could trim those down and add a b25 carrier, that would be fantastic.
  6. All of the above. I think there are maybe 12 towers with band 41. Terrible.
  7. Just to confirm I am reading this right. You are connected to a 20mhz Band 2 aggregated with two 20mhz Band 46 (LAA TDD), How far away from the location do you lose Band 46? Very interesting. Proven FDD with TDD aggregation.
  8. Tmo working with Dish to utilize their 600mhz (leasing)
  9. Believe that they want to be a provider to MVNOs.
  10. all agreements will be carried forward and not cancelled.
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