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ptoro

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About ptoro

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  1. For the first time, I'm seeing 4G along the 805 North from the Miramar exit to Mira Mesa exit and around the Qualcomm offices in the Sorrento Valley area. I've mapped it and it's visible on the Sensorly map now. I have a suspicion that there's more 4G to be mapped both further north up the 805 (I got off at the Mira Sorrento Pl exit) and around the Sorrento Valley area. I'll keep mapping the area. P.s. For a quick laugh, zoom in on the Sensorly map of the intersection of Pacific Heights Blvd and Pacific Center Blvd.
  2. Control+F5 should clear any cache. I too have an issue seeing the LTE spots that zooming fixes. Zooming in and out though only really works if you know where to look. Otherwise, you could be zooming all day. Anyone have a better solution?
  3. Sensorly capture or it didn't happen! Just kidding, I believe you. But I'd love to see some purple on that map. For anyone that has no idea what I'm talking about, check out this map: http://www.sensorly.com/map/4G/US/USA/Sprint/lte_310sprint#q=san diego, ca
  4. Hey guys! First, I want to thank Robert, the admin, for creating this site and his continued contributions to it. It's the only one out there that has updated information on Sprint's NV deployment. Second, I want to share a picture- http://postimage.org/image/mwgnc2kpt/. Yup, that's right. Sensorly is showing eHRPD in San Diego! Check out Robert's post to learn more about eHRPD- http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/1819-what-is-ehrpd/. According to this quote from Robert, it looks like the San Diego market now has eHRPD. As he mentions, this doesn't mean LTE anytime soon though. Judging from the fact that San Diego wasn't released as one of 100 cities to get LTE next that Sprint published as well as the below quote from Robert, it looks as if January 2013 is still the earliest for the expected launch for the San Diego market. -Patrick
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