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Thread: AT&T 5G/5G+ Speed Test Thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    Meh....I've seen better....


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    Beautiful. 12+n41?

    Apologies, meant n77...

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    Last edited by Joeybutts; 07-24-2021 at 07:21 AM.

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    AT&T does not have any band n41 spectrum. Only Sprint/T-Mobile does.

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    C band is 3.5GHz, not n41/n41 2.5GHz that TMobile has

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    AT&T... your world, throttled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeybutts View Post
    Beautiful. 12+n41?

    Apologies, meant n77...

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    Didn't save the combo but yup n77. It's gonna be great when its unleashed.

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    A couple more tests. The second is a new site on Dequindre road south of 12 mile in Warren, MI.

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    Given that AT&T isn’t lumping its C-Band 5G into its 5G+ branding, they’re now the only carrier in the world (?) with a mmWave-only status bar icon.

    Field Test Mode being broken on iPhones is going to make it difficult to impossible to tell when an iPhone is connected to Verizon mmWave 5G rather than Verizon C-Band. (A worthy trade off for truly unlimited on-device AND hotspot data when connected to C-Band, but I still wish I could have my cake and eat it too. Maybe if Verizon rebranded mmWave as 5G UW+? Lol.)

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    Or with iOS 15, Apple could just finally provide one good version of the field test application. The newer Intel FTS that came with the iPhone 11 series was decently functional, IIRC.

    The Qualcomm ones have always been poor, lacking good and accurate displays of information. I just don't understand why they keep building new field test apps that have major issues, like the one on the iPhone 12 that displays channel bandwidth and resource block allocations incorrectly. Seems like that's something that the Apple and Qualcomm engineers who actually rely on the the field test mode apps would want to be confident they are seeing accurate info.

    I'm still baffled by the iPhone 12 app's dashboard with the metrics displayed upfront. You can "customize" it by deleting items off of the dashboard, but there is seemingly no way to add them back or put different ones on it. It's probably the most half-baked FTS I've ever used.


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    iOS 15’s field test mode shows more 5G info than 14.

    https://reddit.com/r/iOSBeta/comment...eld_test_mode/


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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeuten View Post
    iOS 15’s field test mode shows more 5G info than 14.

    https://reddit.com/r/iOSBeta/comment...eld_test_mode/


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    It only looks more useful, it still doesn’t actually work properly. I just went in and checked on dev beta 4 that I just installed and not one 5G stat refreshed despite being on 5G nationwide.


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    Some more Cleveland mmWave. Prospect Ave and E 9th

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    Don’t get me wrong, I’m one of millimeter wave’s biggest fans, but it seems almost… pointless when its speeds don’t surpass those achievable by the traditional lower bands. Gigabit downlink is pretty easy to eke out of uncongested licensed LTE spectrum aggregated with multiple LAA carriers, especially if CBRS is also added to the mix. Unless mmWave is approaching or over 2 Gbps, it feels kind of… meh.

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    I agree. In this location it seems almost pointless. In a stadium or arena with thousands of people, I completely understand throwing 1+ Gbps at it so that everyone can have enough capacity to keep data usable.

    But after using Verizon UWB with 3+ Gbps downlink, it’s hard to be impressed when AT&T maxes out at 1100 down. I did another speed test that hit 78 Mbps up, which is decent too. Better than the upstream speeds any DOCSIS carrier can offer. But again, this is on a mmWave site where I’m likely the only device…

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    Verizon being the only carrier in the world to max out mmWave 5G’s download speeds makes me retroactively understand why Apple invited them to give that special presentation during the iPhone 12 announcement event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VVivian View Post
    Verizon being the only carrier in the world to max out mmWave 5G’s download speeds makes me retroactively understand why Apple invited them to give that special presentation during the iPhone 12 announcement event.
    I believe it has to do with vzw having much wider channels. In NYC I think T has 100 mhz deployed while vzw has like 400 mhz.

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    Newly upgraded site 6 miles north of Lewiston, MI. LTE speedtest in the other thread.

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