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    Sticky: 3348 and 3150 are combined from the phone's...

    3348 and 3150 are combined from the phone's perspective. It's a contiguous 40 MHz. From a CA point of view, this is called 7C instead of 7A-7A. It allows the phone to use 4x4 MIMO on both channels,...
  2. Bell Each phone might behave differently. I tried on a...

    Each phone might behave differently. I tried on a Pixel 3 and it worked great.
  3. Bell I just tried it. Seamless in both directions. You...

    I just tried it. Seamless in both directions. You lose a split second of audio during the transition, but the call stays up.
  4. Bell I haven't tested myself either, but I've heard...

    I haven't tested myself either, but I've heard it's seamless in both directions for Bell also.
  5. Bell I think S6 is the earliest Samsung model to...

    I think S6 is the earliest Samsung model to support VoLTE for Bell.
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    Bell Those are small cells, not macro sites. Real...

    Those are small cells, not macro sites. Real estate approval is very difficult in residential areas in BC.
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    What do you mean what flavour? It's eMTC. It...

    What do you mean what flavour? It's eMTC. It would be low band. Most likely B12.

    You need a cat-M1 or cat-M2 device to attach to the network. Regular phones won't work.

    Not sure about SIM...
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    Bell The AWS-3 part would be 10 MHz.

    The AWS-3 part would be 10 MHz.
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    Bell Your guess is as good as anyone's!

    Your guess is as good as anyone's!
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    1710-1755 UL and 2110-2155 DL frequencies...

    1710-1755 UL and 2110-2155 DL frequencies correspond to AWS-1. This can be Band 4 or Band 66.

    1755-1780 UL and 2155-2180 DL frequencies correspond to AWS-3. This must be Band 66.

    You can use an...
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    Bell Funny to hear Telus CTO saying that with 5G "we...

    Funny to hear Telus CTO saying that with 5G "we ... don’t make more money".

    MEC can allow some latency-sensitive and bandwidth-intensive content to be deployed closer to end users. Imagine for...
  12. Depends on channel bandwidth too. A 200 kHz GSM...

    Depends on channel bandwidth too. A 200 kHz GSM carrier will concentrate the radio transmit power into a narrow bandwidth, while an LTE radio has to spread that power across a much wider bandwidth......
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    Yeah I think our plan prices are on another...

    Yeah I think our plan prices are on another level. For comparison, in Canada we have 12 GB plans on Fido @ $80, and up to 80 GB plans with premium brands like Rogers and Telus... at $350+ per month!!...
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    Just curious. Do you guys have true unlimited or...

    Just curious. Do you guys have true unlimited or does it get throttled after some amount of usage per month?
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    Fair enough, but that's a vendor limitation, not...

    Fair enough, but that's a vendor limitation, not a technology limitation. Our operators have already tested 5G upload on NSA. I'm sure Verizon has tested it too in their lab.

    And no, sadly we are...
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    Agreed the data caps are not very good. My point...

    Agreed the data caps are not very good. My point was LTE with more subscribers is providing similar results today. There's lots of room for improvement for Verizon 5G.
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    Having LTE as the anchor band doesn't prevent you...

    Having LTE as the anchor band doesn't prevent you from using 5G for uplink.

    There's a few reasons for the slower UL. TDD subframe ratio, MIMO layers and modulation.

    These initial speeds are not...
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    Bell Digging up this old thread, but here's a few...

    Digging up this old thread, but here's a few recent examples of Cisco vulnerabilities:
    https://tools.cisco.com/security/center/content/CiscoSecurityAdvisory/cisco-sa-20190501-nexus9k-sshkey...
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    To be fair, all vendors have major...

    To be fair, all vendors have major vulnerabilities from time to time. Here's a recent one from Cisco:...
  20. 5G is a technology and is not limited to mmWave...

    5G is a technology and is not limited to mmWave spectrum. LTE bands will be refarmed to 5G in the future.

    I agree mmWave will only be deployed in dense urban areas for added capacity. Mid bands...
  21. Your LTE number is for 64QAM. If you use 256QAM,...

    Your LTE number is for 64QAM. If you use 256QAM, it'll be 19.55 bps/Hz.

    Also I believe you're using 30 kHz SCS for your NR value. In that case it's not like for like.
  22. TDD is only more spectrally efficient since the...

    TDD is only more spectrally efficient since the subframe ratios can be adjusted to match real traffic patterns. Peak speeds will always be higher on an FDD scheme, assuming equal bandwidth,...
  23. 5G n71 vs 4G Band 71 speeds will be very similar,...

    5G n71 vs 4G Band 71 speeds will be very similar, unless n71 is 4x4 MIMO, and LTE is 2x2. 5G will only be 10-15% more spectrally efficient.
  24. There's EPS fallback (VoLTE only) for initial NSA...

    There's EPS fallback (VoLTE only) for initial NSA deployments, similar to how we had CSFB during LTE launch.

    VoNR isn't quite ready, but it's minimal work on the network side. The main holdup will...
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    Bell You're right, the coordinates are wrong. I'll let...

    You're right, the coordinates are wrong. I'll let Bell know so they can fix it.

    It's 2x2 MIMO on all bands at this site.
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