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    Bell Looks like a Cisco WiFi access point....

    Looks like a Cisco WiFi access point.
    https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/wireless/aironet-3700-series/index.html
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    HSPA: LTE-M, also known as eMTC is a technology that...

    LTE-M, also known as eMTC is a technology that allows an existing LTE cell to be shared with Cat-M IoT devices.

    In the LTE resource grid, 6 RBs will be assigned for this purpose.

    These devices...
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    Bell You should see how many Telus has in Vancouver!

    You should see how many Telus has in Vancouver!
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    Bell Sweeeeet, thanks for sharing this!

    Sweeeeet, thanks for sharing this!
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    That makes you wonder what their margin of error...

    That makes you wonder what their margin of error is with these types of benchmarks.
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    You can always check the latest ISED database,...

    You can always check the latest ISED database, but it looks like it's Oct 2, which is the same date that ertyu refreshed their data. Here is the source:...
  7. Sticky: Public Mobile LTE is better at cell edge. I would keep it on...

    LTE is better at cell edge. I would keep it on auto selection.
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    Bell Good to know, thanks for the info zivan!

    Good to know, thanks for the info zivan!
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    HSPA: That's my understanding as well.

    That's my understanding as well.
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    Bell From the picture, it looks like eNB has 4TX, so...

    From the picture, it looks like eNB has 4TX, so it's not massive MIMO. I wonder what Rogers is doing with B38, it's not useful in CA combos as far as I know :confused:
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    Bell Usually operators will leave the equipment on the...

    Usually operators will leave the equipment on the old site while they test the new location. Once they confirm the performance, they'll remove the old stuff.

    Is this a fairly recent site build?
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    No problem. Let us know what you find out.

    No problem. Let us know what you find out.
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    Bell Yeah you might be right. I was trying to see the...

    Yeah you might be right. I was trying to see the RRUs, but it's not a high-res photo so I got lazy and went with the ISED data.
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    Ask zivan56, he's the developer of the app. DC...

    Ask zivan56, he's the developer of the app.

    DC refers to Dual Connectivity, which is the initial architecture of 5G. This architecture is also called NSA or non-standalone. It means 5G will only...
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    Bell Based on the data from ISED, top 2 layers are...

    Based on the data from ISED, top 2 layers are Telus (45m, 43m). Third layer is not listed so it may not be active yet, but probably Telus.

    Layers 4, 5, 6 are Rogers (35m, 32m, 26m), and there's a...
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    Bell Only B2 is 4x4.

    Only B2 is 4x4.
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    Great info, thank you for sharing!

    Great info, thank you for sharing!
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    Bell Yeah each operator has a different strategy. Let...

    Yeah each operator has a different strategy. Let me clarify the terminology a little bit. Think of a sector as a direction. When I say 3 sectors for a site, it means one sector might point straight...
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    I'm surprised as well. Thanks for that info! ...

    I'm surprised as well. Thanks for that info!

    Based on your experience, how bad is signal attenuation if there are different types of obstructions between the phone and the cellular antenna?

    For...
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    What's the channel size on the n261 NR carrier?

    What's the channel size on the n261 NR carrier?
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    Bell If you have a phone that can do 14 or 16 layers...

    If you have a phone that can do 14 or 16 layers of MIMO, you should be able to get above 800 Mbps easily. Something like a Samsung Galaxy S9 or S10.
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    Bell A typical site will have 3 sectors. Each sector...

    A typical site will have 3 sectors. Each sector will have at least 1 antenna, but sometimes as much as 4 antennas. One antenna can have many ports to transmit MIMO on multiple bands. New antennas can...
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    Bell Barrie, tower on north side of Georgian Mall. Try...

    Barrie, tower on north side of Georgian Mall. Try the northeast sector. Nice thing there is all 4 bands are 20 MHz.

    Bell equipment is highest on tower. Followed by Rogers. Followed by Freedom, who...
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    Bell There are some sites with 4x4 MIMO on all of...

    There are some sites with 4x4 MIMO on all of those bands (2-4-7-7), so conceivably someone could get 1.4 Gbps on LTE if a phone supported it.

    I think Samsung S10 supports 4x4 on 3 of 4 bands....
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    Bell Sorry I don't know. And I wouldn't be able to...

    Sorry I don't know. And I wouldn't be able to talk about it before it's announced anyway. Are the speeds not fast enough today? [emoji12]
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