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PedroDaGr8

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  1. Ok I have come across one potential bug, CA bands often report as 0 MHz as shown in the image below. It is clear the app knows that 3xCA is enabled but it can't seem to find the data. The bands show up in the various system menus, so it is real, just not in the SignalCheck app.
  2. Thanks for the excellent update! I love the level of refinement in this new version. The 5G data works great on my Note 20 Ultra. Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  3. Went by there today and confirmed it is broadcasting 3x20MHz b41 carriers (2518.4MHz, 2538.2 MHz, and 2558.0 MHz), and a single n41 carrier (2588.4 MHz, BW: 40 MHz). That means all 100 MHz from that antenna is accounted for. The allocation is odd considering the nearby Sprint tower is still broadcasting 3xB41 (2640.4MHz, 2660.2MHz, and 2680.0MHz). That means there is technically 120MHz (our of 194MHz) allocated to B41 in that area, 40MHz n41. This leaves a gap of around 30Mhz in the middle and 12Mhz at the low end left unallocated.
  4. Sorry that was incorrect. Tengen31 corrected his statement to confirm I saw only NSA NR. So far I have only seen B71, B2, and B66 LTE+NR. That being said, I will definitely contribute any B41/N41 that I see. Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  5. Wow awesome, I just got this phone and I've seen loads of actual SA 5G in my area. Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  6. Does this mean I am ACTUALLY connected to NSA 5G? Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  7. Snohomish isn't exactly a bustling metropolis. :-D For the downtown area, a single N41 tower is more than enough. Sent from my LG-LS998 using Tapatalk
  8. Yes! How the hell did you get that from the limited info I gave? I'm impressed! I don't know if it is live or not because I don't have a 5G phone but the Park & Ride location is still broadcasting B41 on all three carriers.
  9. I think I spotted a Nokia N41 panel on a tower which hosts T-Mob, ATT, and Verizon. Sprint is nearby in a much worse location on a building, so it makes sense that T-Mob would prefer this tower. Sent from my LG-LS998 using Tapatalk
  10. I think I spotted my first N41 MMIMO panel on the Eastside. Sent from my LG-LS998 using Tapatalk
  11. This is actually a common reason that Sprint used to leave unconnected antennas at sites. It allowed them to swap in a new antenna without issue. Sent from my LG-LS998 using Tapatalk
  12. T-Mobiles 5G requires a lower frequency carrier along with the 2.5Ghz channel(s), though they plan to release standalone 5G in the future. Tmobiles 5G is supposedly more efficient than sprints too. Sent from my LG-LS998 using Tapatalk
  13. Came across a strange small cell broadcasting on only low B41 EARCFNs. It's on top of the Overlake Sprint store in Redmond. At first I thought it was the tower right behind the store but that has the usual tri-band setup (which used to be on the Sears nearby). I nearly missed this antenna, it's a small white fully enclosed small sell. You have to be far from the sprint store to see it. It only has these two cells unlike the old clearwire sites. Not the first time I've seen these EARFCNs, they seem to be used a lot in the Georgetown district. Edit: Checking back, most of those in the Geor
  14. Actually more than that since Sprint/T-Mobile controls the entire 2.5Ghz block (all 194Mhz) for the entire metro Seattle region. This allows them to use the J and K guard bands as well, since they control the blocks around them in their entirety. The K guard band (2614-2618) in particular was why the B41 20Mhz channels started at 2628MHz (until yesterday). As such, that would leave 130MHz for 5G communication if they wanted. Relevant License Links: B413 - TDI Acquisition Sub, LLC (shell company of Clearwire) L000002361 - Clearwire Spectrum Holdings II (shell company of Clearwire) L000007381
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