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    With all the speed talk, educate me. Other then the inherent more user capacity with higher speed, how much speed do you really need.
    Unless you're a company doing significant scientific file downloads, have multiple user's you're hot spotting too, downloading (not streaming) movies all day or doing major gaming on your phone; these speeds are way over kill.

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    5G Ultra Wideband Speed Test Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by rpz1 View Post
    With all the speed talk, educate me. Other then the inherent more user capacity with higher speed, how much speed do you really need.
    Unless you're a company doing significant scientific file downloads, have multiple user's you're hot spotting too, downloading (not streaming) movies all day or doing major gaming on your phone; these speeds are way over kill.

    It’s really not about the speeds, it’s about capacity. LTE at large gatherings, concerts, sports venues has been useless in the last few years. Why ? Because there is simply not enough spectrum. For example, If you can give 55,000 fans at a football game a useful connection, then it’s a win win. It’s simply not possible on sub 6 GHz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    It’s really not about the speeds, it’s about capacity. LTE at large gatherings, concerts, sports venues has been useless in the last few years. Why ? Because there is simply not enough spectrum. For example, If you can give 55,000 fans at a football game a useful connection, then it’s a win win. It’s simply not possible on sub 6 GHz.
    Thanks. As I mentioned, that's my only understanding of the benefit of the speed. Was wondering what else I may be missing that makes people so absorbed in it. Many people who don't live in urban areas or stadiums are hurting for capacity now, for general use, even LTE, and are not seeing any action by the carriers with infrastructure to fill those gaps across the country.

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    Mmw vs n41. n41 definitely has better range. Site is about 1/4 of a mile away. I already know someone is going to comment about the phone being on the dash- yes mmw works inside the car but I was only getting 1.9 Gbps with the phone on my center console. Still good but moving the phone 5ft gained 600 mbps. Name:  EF797928-9955-4F03-8718-41E8B1C09D46.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maryland View Post
    Mmw vs n41. n41 definitely has better range. Site is about 1/4 of a mile away. I already know someone is going to comment about the phone being on the dash- yes mmw works inside the car but I was only getting 1.9 Gbps with the phone on my center console. Still good but moving the phone 5ft gained 600 mbps. Name:  EF797928-9955-4F03-8718-41E8B1C09D46.jpg
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    The fact you can get 1900 Mbps in the center console from 1/4 mile away shows all the haters that claim mmwave wouldn't go through a piece paper at 100 feet are full of BS

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    Makes me extra hopeful for the performance of C-Band downlink + uplink aggregated with mmWave as supplementary downlink.

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    My first time seeing mmwave and I got an iPhone 12 Pro on launch day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by THoAddict01 View Post
    My first time seeing mmwave and I got an iPhone 12 Pro on launch day!

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    Same spot but outside


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    Syracuse, NY
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    As soon as you walk in the first door, it drops down to 2 bars of 5G Nationwide about 7 mbps. Shortly after it drops to full bars LTE with about 100 mbps (DAS in the mall, as its signal and speeds are pretty consistent through the facility?)

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