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    No, because Industry Canada would not allow a...

    No, because Industry Canada would not allow a device to be sold that transmits in a band it is not certified for, and currently there is no emission class that corresponds to b71 for mobile phones to...
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    I've seen some other combos like 30 PCC with 4...

    I've seen some other combos like 30 PCC with 4 and 29 SCC.
    It is a telus sim (or no sim), as bell sim is not allowed to connect to b30.
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    Seems like it got turned off again once I got...

    Seems like it got turned off again once I got back to the same area later on. Forced 2 phones on B30 and none of them pick up any signal (including the one I used this morning).
    You are in 11001...
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    Looks like B30 disappeared in Vancouver as of...

    Looks like B30 disappeared in Vancouver as of late August/early September. Now that B40 is gone too, looks like WCS is no longer being used for LTE. Perhaps being refarmed for future 5G?

    EDIT:...
  5. Interesting. Telus in Canada started deploying...

    Interesting. Telus in Canada started deploying B30 like crazy, but now they seem to be shutting it off. A local site had it for maybe a month, and now its off.
    Wonder if its the same reason as AT&T.
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    That basically sums up Rogers. Bell/Telus on the...

    That basically sums up Rogers.
    Bell/Telus on the other hand, are quite good if you stick to main highways/most towns...far better than Rogers. It is easy to get outside of coverage by driving 20...
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    I haven't seen this. I still 5Mhz LTE B5 and...

    I haven't seen this. I still 5Mhz LTE B5 and UMTS B5 as well near downtown Vancouver.
    Maybe you are seeing B26?

    I noticed my local tower suddenly lost B30, which is unfortunate since it now...
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    That initial post I made is wrong, it's actually...

    That initial post I made is wrong, it's actually LTE on top and UMTS on bottom and both devices are Nokia.
    There are some more pictures here of that site with a better view of the antenna:...
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    Thanks for confirming. Yes the FRIJ units are set...

    Thanks for confirming. Yes the FRIJ units are set up to use 4x4 MIMO and the FRIEs are DC-HSPA+. So I suspect in order to maintain top performance they wanted to separate the two networks.
    ...
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    I did a bit of research on this (alongside asking...

    I did a bit of research on this (alongside asking some people in the industry, who were also convinced the top boxes were Huawei from the pictures).
    Turns out Nokia recently changed their RRH...
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    One big downside is that it does not even support...

    One big downside is that it does not even support basic carrier aggregation, so it can only use one LTE band at a time. Likewise, it only supports 64QAM.
    Nexus 6P supported 2 band carrier...
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    Yes, its Nokia for LTE and Huawei for UMTS. This...

    Yes, its Nokia for LTE and Huawei for UMTS. This setup matches their other sites like:
    https://i.imgur.com/5dURhHt.jpg
    Where UMTS RRU is on top, LTE on bottom.
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    No, it is not. Sent from my ZTE A2017U using...

    No, it is not.

    Sent from my ZTE A2017U using HoFo mobile app
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    I don't believe it has anything to do with Intel...

    I don't believe it has anything to do with Intel vs. Qualcomm, they simply did not want to include that CA combo within their modem configuration as they wanted to maximize any US 4CA combos that...
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    They could get rid of DC-HSPA+ and do 5MHz LTE...

    They could get rid of DC-HSPA+ and do 5MHz LTE and 5MHz HSPA+. That would probably upset a significant part of their usebase that is on 3G.

    Sent from my ZTE A2017U using HoFo mobile app
  16. Was the test done on wifi? If you have any apps...

    Was the test done on wifi? If you have any apps using data, it will delay it.
    Should take about a second if you don't have an active data session as shown on Moto G5+:
    ...
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    Sure...

    Sure
    https://firmware.center/firmware/Motorola/Moto%20E4/Stock/

    Look for the Verizon ones. You might not be able to flash and older version, so either get the same one or newer.

    Sent from my...
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    If it's a software issue a reflash will put...

    If it's a software issue a reflash will put everthing back to stock. The phone will boot with no IMEI, so it sounds like a software issue.

    Sent from my ZTE A2017U using HoFo mobile app
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    It may purely be a software issue. Have you...

    It may purely be a software issue. Have you tried flashing the original stock firmware onto it? Or just a simple reset of the phone?
    The IMEI is stored in a separate partition, so only way to lose...
  20. Good to hear its confirmed as I suspected, a...

    Good to hear its confirmed as I suspected, a Qualcomm issue.
    I've even attempted to reach out to them, but they don't seem to be interested in properly handling B66, seems like it was simply...
  21. I am also thinking, since the speed was so low,...

    I am also thinking, since the speed was so low, they may have refarmed DC-HSPA+ to only HSPA+ and have 5MHz of LTE B4 as a result. If someone can get the EARFCN value we can check who owns the...
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    So they are 4x4 MIMO? Seems like they can do...

    So they are 4x4 MIMO?
    Seems like they can do both UMTS+LTE or LTE+LTE. Are they configured as the current one (B2 UMTS + B4 LTE)?
  23. If you can get back on it, check the "plmn" on...

    If you can get back on it, check the "plmn" on the menus I mentioned. If its 302490 its Freedom, if its some other 302xxx combo, it would be on another network. However, if it was a another network...
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    Max bw I can get on my S7 on Rogers is B2-4-12...

    Max bw I can get on my S7 on Rogers is B2-4-12 (15+20+5) 40Mhz (or B4+7). The network supports 256qam as well in certain areas with the above combo (like metro Vancouver). No 4x4 MIMO...
  25. Sounds like you are in one of the B4 regions in...

    Sounds like you are in one of the B4 regions in Ontario. The network is probably still in testing, try rebooting or airplane mode.
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