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    S10 definitely has band 48 support confirmed by service mode.

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    Agreed. The S10 does have B48 on Verizon and T-Mobile firmware. It doesn't yet afaik on AT&T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiredGuy View Post
    S10 definitely has band 48 support confirmed by service mode.

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    Then tell Verizon to fix their website. Where is band 48 listed?

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    They don't activate it on their firmware.
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    Then tell Verizon to fix their website. Where is band 48 listed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiredGuy View Post
    They don't activate it on their firmware.

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    That makes no sense. Either the phones has it or it doesn't and if it does it should be listed like the other phones do. If someone was buying phone and band 48 was a must have with then they would not even consider an S10 if they went by Verizon's website. Which is how the vast majority of people will go by when buying a phone

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    The S10 U1 with a Verizon SIM boots up with B48. That tells me it's either enabled on a VZ branded S10 or will be shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    The S10 U1 with a Verizon SIM boots up with B48. That tells me it's either enabled on a VZ branded S10 or will be shortly.
    I'm not doubting the phone has it but the website clearly shows it doesn't and Verizon needs to fix that. I'm not sure that is a viewpoint anyone should be in disagreement about.

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    I have Googled for pictures of CBRS antennas/panels have come up with nothing are there not any pictures out there. Also will companies be outfitting macro towers with CBRS.

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    CBRS is a hot potato. Everyone wants it or wants to keep it if they already use it. It'll be interesting to see this play out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by offthegrid View Post
    CBRS is a hot potato. Everyone wants it or wants to keep it if they already use it. It'll be interesting to see this play out.
    That's why it's important Verizon gets some of the exclusive spectrum when it's auctioned next year. The good news is once they win that spectrum it should be able to be instantly be deployed. The auction limits any one bidder to 40 MHz. Hopefully Verizon goes for all 40, but 20 MHz minimum everywhere. As I said if the T-Mobile/Sprint merger ever gets approved I don't see T-Mobile participating much.

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    Verizon had AWS disabled on their Galaxy S4 and later updated it to support it. I’m sure they’ll clear it up once they have a clear active CBRS network.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    That's why it's important Verizon gets some of the exclusive spectrum when it's auctioned next year. The good news is once they win that spectrum it should be able to be instantly be deployed. The auction limits any one bidder to 40 MHz. Hopefully Verizon goes for all 40, but 20 MHz minimum everywhere. As I said if the T-Mobile/Sprint merger ever gets approved I don't see T-Mobile participating much.
    I believe the end game for Verizon, AT&T and Tmobile is to convince the FCC to eventually auction off 300mhz of cbrs in addition to that 70 in June but yes you're right Verizon needs some breathing room asap. There could be a real blood bath in that June auction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by offthegrid View Post
    I believe the end game for Verizon, AT&T and Tmobile is to convince the FCC to eventually auction off 300mhz of cbrs in addition to that 70 in June but yes you're right Verizon needs some breathing room asap. There could be a real blood bath in that June auction.
    You mean 300 MHz C-Band which is adjacent to the CBRS band( CBRS 3550 MHz-3700 MHz; C-Band 3700 MHz - 4200 MHz ). Too bad they can't tell the satellite people to get off and get the whole 500. The only want to give up 200 and 20 of that will be guard bands. Hopefully they get enough so all 3 can get 100 MHz each. Of course TMO/Sprint will have less of need for this spectrum and may not have the money to bid anyway. Of course you have to watch out for Dish bidding because we know they don't do squat with their spectrum. If one day they could clear both bands that would be 650 MHz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    You mean 300 MHz C-Band which is adjacent to the CBRS band( CBRS 3550 MHz-3700 MHz; C-Band 3700 MHz - 4200 MHz ). Too bad they can't tell the satellite people to get off and get the whole 500. The only want to give up 200 and 20 of that will be guard bands. Hopefully they get enough so all 3 can get 100 MHz each. Of course TMO/Sprint will have less of need for this spectrum and may not have the money to bid anyway. Of course you have to watch out for Dish bidding because we know they don't do squat with their spectrum. If one day they could clear both bands that would be 650 MHz.
    Oh yeah, the C band - I did mix those up.

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    This was pretty much expected but at least it's now official. Initial Commercial Deployments of CBRS can proceed.

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