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    5G Ultra Wideband while hurtling down the highway at 85 mph. The 5G UW signal dropped midway through the upload test, but I think it was using LTE for uplink anyway because the speed didn’t change when that happened.

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    That 700MHz is 28 GHz?
    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    In NYC Verizon owns 750 MHz of 28 GHz and 1,100 MHz of 39 GHz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    In NYC Verizon owns 750 MHz of 28 GHz and 1,100 MHz of 39 GHz
    They would either own 425 MHz or 850 MHz. 28 GHz comes in two 425 MHz blocks

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    This node is in Clinton Township, MI with a lot of people sitting around in their cars. I could always pull 2 gigs off this node. Congestion?

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    5G Ultra Wideband Speed Test Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    They would either own 425 MHz or 850 MHz. 28 GHz comes in two 425 MHz blocks
    Not the case here. Verizon owns 750 MHz in 28 GHz and T-Mobile owns the other 100 MHz of 28 GHz. There are instances where they can have more or less. For example in LA Verizon owns 2x285 MHz for 570 MHz of 28 GHz. That 20 MHz is wasted so they can deploy 550 MHz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    This node is in Clinton Township, MI with a lot of people sitting around in their cars. I could always pull 2 gigs off this node. Congestion?

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    mmWave never stood a chance lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiredGuy View Post
    That 700MHz is 28 GHz?
    That’s correct, T-Mobile has 2x50 deployed in the city for 100 MHz of 28 GHz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    Not the case here. Verizon owns 750 MHz in 28 GHz and T-Mobile owns the other 100 MHz of 28 GHz. There are instances where they can have more or less. For example in LA Verizon owns 2x285 MHz for 570 MHz of 28 GHz. That 20 MHz is wasted so they can deploy 550 MHz.
    and in my rural county of 16,000 Verizon has 850 MHz of 28 GHz and 1300 MHz of 39 GHz. God knows what they plan on doing with all of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    This node is in Clinton Township, MI with a lot of people sitting around in their cars. I could always pull 2 gigs off this node. Congestion?
    Probably congestion of the backhaul. It could be shared with a bunch of other people. The mmWave airlink is nearly impossible to congest anytime soon because its narrow paths make it easier to isolate individual beams instead of letting them collide, which would cause interference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    and in my rural county of 16,000 Verizon has 850 MHz of 28 GHz and 1300 MHz of 39 GHz. God knows what they plan on doing with all of that.
    That is a ton of spectrum . Perhaps FWA? Backhaul ? Who knows how far they can push mmWave technologies in the coming years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    That is a ton of spectrum . Perhaps FWA? Backhaul ? Who knows how far they can push mmWave technologies in the coming years
    I mean the 39 GHz was sold in PEA sizes so I can buy that Verizon is more interested in the more populated parts of the PEA and my county is just along for the ride. But the 28 GHz block is county sized. I mean I'm glad they have so much but honestly I think one block of 425 MHz would be sufficient

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    Clinton Twp, MI.

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    What makes the same site go from 1000+ dl to 1300 dl to 500 dl to 1000 dl!? Lol. And I got the 1300 while I was in my car with a tree between me and the site with one window down Name:  Screenshot_20201212-225648_Speedtest.jpg
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    Found a bunch of the Ericsson 6701's around a residential area in Madison Heights, MI. Was able to beat my person best DL speed of 2.26 Gbps.

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