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  1. That's a pretty good combo! But your readings are...

    That's a pretty good combo! But your readings are a bit suspect. B4 and B7 RSRP are lower than -130 dBm, but with a decent SINR.
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    Rogers has a lot of talented people working...

    Rogers has a lot of talented people working there. I'm not that familiar with their network configuration, so it's hard to comment on why they're doing things a certain way.
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    Yes, from that list it's only n41 at the moment,...

    Yes, from that list it's only n41 at the moment, but it all depends on what LTE anchor bands your tablet supports. If it's not the correct combo, you won't have any 5G, even if you're in 5G n41...
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    They have at least 10 MHz in every market. It's...

    They have at least 10 MHz in every market. It's 10 MHz in Montreal, with Videotron holding the adjacent 15 MHz. So if they share, they have 25 MHz.

    In Toronto, they have 20 MHz, and in Vancouver...
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    Maybe Rogers doesn't have a core presence in...

    Maybe Rogers doesn't have a core presence in Alberta, and the closest P-GW is in Vancouver.
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    I think bobdevnul explained it well. DSS is for...

    I think bobdevnul explained it well. DSS is for sharing one band between LTE and 5G. Load balancing is a different network feature to send users to other bands.
  7. As others have said, it just means the LTE cell...

    As others have said, it just means the LTE cell is configured with upper layer indicator, which usually means it's configured as an NSA anchor. You don't have an active 5G connection in that...
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    5G spectral efficiency, regardless of NSA or SA,...

    5G spectral efficiency, regardless of NSA or SA, will be about 10-15% higher than LTE once it's a mature technology, but interestingly, during initial deployments, LTE is still more efficient. What I...
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    Let's say you have 3 scenarios on a given...

    Let's say you have 3 scenarios on a given frequency:
    1) 100 LTE users
    2) 50 LTE + 50 NR users
    3) 100 NR users

    If an operator wants to transition from #1 to #3, they can do static re-farming or...
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    Can you explain how 5G core makes the radio...

    Can you explain how 5G core makes the radio access air interface more efficient?

    And no, Verizon will not abandon NSA yet. They will deploy their base stations in dual mode NSA+SA for a few years,...
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    Beamforming only starts to be effective when the...

    Beamforming only starts to be effective when the base station has at least 8 antenna ports transmitting. That means it won't be used for low bands like 600, 700, or 850, and even mid bands will have...
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    I don't think you understand how DSS works....

    I don't think you understand how DSS works. There's massive overheads for DSS, especially in narrow channels. Even if there's zero 5G users, LTE capacity is reduced when DSS is enabled. That's...
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    That's an OFDM resource grid. Columns are time...

    That's an OFDM resource grid. Columns are time domain symbols, rows are frequency domain subcarriers.

    The downlink control channel PDCCH uses 2 or 3 symbols depending on number of users being...
  14. I would have to see the logs to understand what...

    I would have to see the logs to understand what the network is trying to do.
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    In addition to what zivan said, I would add that...

    In addition to what zivan said, I would add that output power is generally the same for Telus and Rogers. The data coming from ISED is not accurate and the RRUs have similar limits between Huawei and...
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    Agree it's for limited deployments in dense urban...

    Agree it's for limited deployments in dense urban areas. Also, we don't have mmWave auction in Canada until end of 2021... And that is likely to be delayed until 2022.
  17. If the bands are available, there's no reason to...

    If the bands are available, there's no reason to disable CA on the network. It's free capacity. Reasons for not getting CA could be lack of bands (radios) at the same site, or non-optimized...
  18. If you don't get what was promised to you, file a...

    If you don't get what was promised to you, file a complaint with CCTS and insist the terms of the agreement are honoured.

    https://www.ccts-cprst.ca/for-consumers/complaints/
  19. But you shouldn't need to port all 3 lines,...

    But you shouldn't need to port all 3 lines, right? Like you can port only 1 of the lines and keep the other 2 if you want.

    Every port request requires the target phone number, so it should be...
  20. That can't be spam. It's not SMS. It's an...

    That can't be spam. It's not SMS. It's an emergency alert using LTE cell broadcast. Outside parties cannot use it to send messages to phones.
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    Latency depends on a few things. For NSA (SCG...

    Latency depends on a few things. For NSA (SCG bearer), it depends on subcarrier spacing or numerology.

    Larger SCS results in shorter TTI, which reduces latency. Higher frequencies allow for larger...
  22. If it's a true carrier based RCS deployment, it...

    If it's a true carrier based RCS deployment, it might be possible to test. Just disable LTE and you should see MMS requires data in order to work again.

    As far as I know, RCS is only deployed with...
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    Pretty much yeah. To be more precise: 10 MHz 2x2...

    Pretty much yeah. To be more precise: 10 MHz 2x2 NR would be up to 111 Mbps. 15 MHz on LTE would be 149 Mbps.
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    You can use a calculator to find out......

    You can use a calculator to find out...
    https://www.sqimway.com/nr_capability.php

    With 5 MHz, 2x2 MIMO and 256QAM, LTE would give you 49 Mbps, and NR would give you 53 Mbps.
  25. Agree that 3G coverage might be the issue. The...

    Agree that 3G coverage might be the issue. The proper term for voice calls on your dad's phone is CSFB. Try forcing your phone to 3G only (WCDMA) and see what the coverage is like.

    On Samsung...
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