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    Do you know for sure if this is really carrier agg? If so I how Arizona gets some we only have band 4 15+15

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    Quote Originally Posted by albert1735 View Post
    Just waiting for the day some HOFO user pulls down 200+ Mbps.....It would be amazing to breaking the new speedometer lol.
    We'll get there soon enough

    The new app is still pretty glitchy though. The animations in the app are just terrible after the overhaul.
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    Verizon CA live!

    Quote Originally Posted by cerreta2884 View Post
    Do you know for sure if this is really carrier agg? If so I how Arizona gets some we only have band 4 15+15
    Absolutely. Band 2 is 10mhz in this market. Anything pushing over 75mbps down is CA on that bamdwidth. 15mhz can push up to 110mbps assuming nobody is using the site and there is backhaul. I don't know what your pcs holdings are, but Verizon could do band 4+13 in your area for 25 MHz of Ca (187 Mbps theoretical download speeds)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    I remember Milan showing a screenshot of the Galaxy 6 being able to aggregate bands 4+13 for 225mbps theoretical speeds. I hope he can chime in at some point.
    I believe the Galaxy S6/S6 EDGE is Cat 6 (20+20) @300 Mbps downlink, and the Galaxy Note 5 is Cat 9/10 (20+20+20) @450 Mbps D/L. The Verizon site shows the Note 5 being 10+10 CA which is incorrect.

    Edit: I think I read on another thread here that milan was banned from HoFo. Not sure if it is true, but I am certain he would have commented by now if he wasn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    I believe the Galaxy S6/S6 EDGE is Cat 6 (20+20) @300 Mbps downlink, and the Galaxy Note 5 is Cat 9/10 (20+20+20) @450 Mbps D/L. The Verizon site shows the Note 5 being 10+10 CA which is incorrect.

    Edit: I think I read on another thread here that milan was banned from HoFo. Not sure if it is true, but I am certain he would have commented by now if he wasn't.
    Ok so a CAT 6 device can't do 3x CA correct? Even though it's able to do 40mhz of total CA, it can't combine 3 channels at once? If that's the case then we will have to wait for CAT 9 devices for verizons network of band 4+13+2.

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    Correct. Cat 6 only supports 2 aggregated LTE carriers up to 20+20 on the downlink. I just upgraded to the Note 5 and checked to make sure it was future proof before I got it. The Turbo 2 coming out this month is confirmed to be Cat 10. I don't expect to see 3x CA in my area for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    Correct. Cat 6 only supports 2 aggregated LTE carriers up to 20+20 on the downlink. I just upgraded to the Note 5 and checked to make sure it was future proof before I got it. The Turbo 2 coming out this month is confirmed to be Cat 10. I don't expect to see 3x CA in my area for a while.
    Turbo 2 is 2xCA LTE Cat 6 only according to FCC docs.

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    Yeah I haven't checked but I would say the docs are incorrect. *If in fact the Turbo 2 is going to have the SD 810 it will be Cat 10.

    https://www.qualcomm.com/products/sn...processors/810
    Last edited by 10mm; 10-20-2015 at 08:04 AM.

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    and what phones are capable of using this carrier aggregation?

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    There is no doubt this went live this week in my area of southern illinois. On my note 5 we went from 15mb down 3 to 7 up to a now solid 40 to 75mb down and 15 to 30 up. This is starting to remind me of the first days of lte before it got congested. I am so glad I still have my unlimited data and am locked in till 2017.

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    The current Droid Turbo is CA compatible from what I read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by verizonil View Post
    There is no doubt this went live this week in my area of southern illinois. On my note 5 we went from 15mb down 3 to 7 up to a now solid 40 to 75mb down and 15 to 30 up. This is starting to remind me of the first days of lte before it got congested. I am so glad I still have my unlimited data and am locked in till 2017.
    Maybe you got band 4 20x20 LTE in your market now ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weatherchannel View Post
    The current Droid Turbo is CA compatible from what I read.
    Yep. 10+10 so if they aggregate B13 + 10 MHz B2 you are good to go. If they aggregate B13 + 20 MHz B4....the Turbo won't support it:/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    Correct. Cat 6 only supports 2 aggregated LTE carriers up to 20+20 on the downlink. I just upgraded to the Note 5 and checked to make sure it was future proof before I got it. The Turbo 2 coming out this month is confirmed to be Cat 10. I don't expect to see 3x CA in my area for a while.
    Hi - this is Sherif from Qualcomm. This is not quite correct. The number of aggregated LTE carriers is independent of the UE category. There are several 3xCA deployments worldwide that only achieve Cat 6 UE speeds of up to 300Mbps.

    It is likewise possible to achieve Cat 9 speeds with 2 LTE carriers and a combination of more MIMO layers and/or higher order modulation (256-QAM).

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    Yep. 10+10 so if they aggregate B13 + 10 MHz B2 you are good to go. If they aggregate B13 + 20 MHz B4....the Turbo won't support it:/
    Not doubting you but several sites including Motorola have it listed Carrier Aggregation (B4+13)...

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