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    Las Vegas now 20x20 LTE

    Keeping up with demand! 15x15 was starting to be in the single low digits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristopherMcG View Post
    Keeping up with demand! 15x15 was starting to be in the single low digits.
    What's the backhual limited to?


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    Nice. Hopefully S. Calif. will not be too far behind.

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    Backhaul varies greatly site to site.. and I want to blame CenturyLink. I know most can't take advantage of full speeds now, but I don't actually know if CTL is T-Mo'S provider here


    This is inside my new condo... busy area in Summerlin
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    Is there an FAQ/explanation thread on this forum where I can go find out what 20x20(and 10x10, 5x5 etc.) mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjacks12 View Post
    Is there an FAQ/explanation thread on this forum where I can go find out what 20x20(and 10x10, 5x5 etc.) mean?
    No FAQ needed. It's 20mhz downlink and 20mhz uplink. The wider the more bandwidth it can kick out.

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    Ah. Thanks.

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    What's the maximum speed for 20x20? I'm in Summerlin and only getting about 25 Mbps down on my Nexus 6. Shouldn't it be 75 Mbps?

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    I'm in Summerlin as well and the max for 20x20 is much higher than 75Mbps - there is network load and the backhaul per sector is limiting peak speeds.

    When the backhaul gets up to snuff, speeds will increase. This is Sahara and the 215 next to DT Summerlin
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjacks12 View Post
    Is there an FAQ/explanation thread on this forum where I can go find out what 20x20(and 10x10, 5x5 etc.) mean?
    The simple way to understand is to think about how much water one 5-inch water pipe can move water verses a 20-inch pipe in the same period of time. This is called bandwidth and the only way to improve LTE until 5G comes out with a faster speed than 4GLTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shilohcane View Post
    The simple way to understand is to think about how much water one 5-inch water pipe can move water verses a 20-inch pipe in the same period of time. This is called bandwidth and the only way to improve LTE until 5G comes out with a faster speed than 4GLTE.
    4x4 mimo would double speed with same bandwidth I believe


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    Quote Originally Posted by success2be View Post
    What's the maximum speed for 20x20? I'm in Summerlin and only getting about 25 Mbps down on my Nexus 6. Shouldn't it be 75 Mbps?
    20 x 20MHz configurations have a maximum throughput of around 150Mbps.

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    Coming back to this, I just switched to Metro from AT&T yesterday. I got 45/11 inside the Bellagio.

    This amazing.


    EDIT: Whoops, that's 74/23 here at my office in 89117. Got about 45/11 in Bellagio

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjacks12 View Post
    Coming back to this, I just switched to Metro from AT&T yesterday. I got 45/11 inside the Bellagio.

    This amazing.


    EDIT: Whoops, that's 74/23 here at my office in 89117. Got about 45/11 in Bellagio
    Welcome to the Magenta family (even if you did sign up with Metro). Have fun in Vegas for all of us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adonis View Post
    Welcome to the Magenta family (even if you did sign up with Metro). Have fun in Vegas for all of us!
    Thanks.

    I try not to have too much fun. Maybe the occasional buffet.

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