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  1. belusnecropolis

    Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Thanks good pics. The s1k is an outdoor locally backhauled femto. Industrial magic box if you will.
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    Build your own devices, routers, relays, IoT etc.

    Time for some fun!
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    Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Of all the magic boxes I have torn down I do not recall seeing a cooling fan. Is this an s1000 you are referring too?
  4. belusnecropolis

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    That escalated fast!
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    Build your own devices, routers, relays, IoT etc.

    Oh yeah!
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    T-Mobile LTE & Network Discussion V2

    Do you have to pay extra for unlimited?
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    T-Mobile LTE & Network Discussion V2

    I push terabytes of upload via cellular. For 15-20 bucks a line I can cover several locations and a car or two with cat-12 goodness for 120 a month. Each use case is different and pricing plans vary so much but ya can't knock people for getting online the best way they can fren 🤷‍♂️
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    T-Mobile LTE & Network Discussion V2

    We are just going to see more receiving antennas outdoors and possibly relay or retransmit as WiFi indoors. Millimeter wavelengths can be strong, sometimes it is in the antenna technology like our fren mentioned up top. Massive mimo, even directional and point to multipoint will occur more frequently. Look for a massive boost in wider arrays and more elements. Dude in DC thread found a band 14 matsing ball with like 10 sectors. Imagine how many sectors and elements you could use from the same node with amazing spectral efficiency in MMwave size antennae, even 2.5 would be very impressive. Capacity is the game, supporting many connections, then spreading that knowledge to lower bands as we refarm again. Hopefully.
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    Sprint Super Bowl Coverage/DAS

    Live network statistics from Tutela users available here. https://www.tutela.com/blog/super-bowl-liii:-best-network-real-time-score?hs_preview=aNefgpyz-7337724897
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    Sprint & T-Mobile Roaming Agreement

    Getting 75/20 on bands 2/5 here while roaming on T-Mobile. In our home the phone picks T-Mobile over the magic box quite often. US Cellular roaming is still limited to 3g, by area or handset I do not know.
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    13,000 Students need a LTE EBS network

    Yes! I love the treasures we have on this site. Expanding access is one of the many reasons I am intrigued by cellular. As an enthusiast and certified monopoly cable hater, we have cellular backhaul at our home we built ourselves. Will check in later after work w more. You have a project on your hands a few of us dream about fren.
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    AT&T LTE and Network Discussion

    That looks like a MatSing ball fren, quite a find! You are seeing lots of sectors because this baby has LOTS of sectors. All the sectors actually.
  13. Do we have a count for 128 element massive Mimo sites yet out in the wild? I see so much about permitting and 16 port vs 8 port and multiple descriptions of Mimo, so I haven't been able to keep up.
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    Build your own devices, routers, relays, IoT etc.

    I have never really built a tower, so this should be fun. Trying to incorporate it into some sturdy outdoor upgrades. I knew once I started punching holes, drilling and running wires we were going to eventually have to learn how to build stuff too. While this unit is indoors, we are receiving a bit better throughput, lower pings and more stable speeds than using the roof mounted antenna via 25ft of LMR 400 coax. So far this is great, 2 years ago I was paying the CableCo 90 bucks a month for less then this. They can keep it.