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    Verizon's LTE in CBRS much faster than 5G Nationwide

    https://www.pcmag.com/news/tested-ve...ts-5g-big-time

    CBRS 4G test topped out at 815Mbps on a Samsung Note 20 Ultra, with DSS 5G only hitting 358Mbps on an iPhone 12 in the same location. Verizon's UWB millimeter wave crushed both of them, with a top speed of 3.4Gbps.
    Who needs stinkin 5G

    Enter C band!

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    A) 16 day old article. yes I'm being a smartass
    B) C-band will have a wider reach than CBRS
    C) Licensed CBRS is at best 40 MHz, C-band will initially be 60 MHz then anywhere from 140 MHz -200 MHz
    D) Phones accessing C-band will free up bandwidth for phones using CBRS.

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    E) CBRS LTE can and will eventually be aggregated with 5G, meaning 5G Nationwide will leapfrog LTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VVivian View Post
    E) CBRS LTE can and will eventually be aggregated with 5G, meaning 5G Nationwide will leapfrog LTE.
    It already is actually. Lots of n5+48 here. Speeds are still a tad slower on nationwide 5G w/CBRS vs LTE w/CBRS however. The S21 can aggregate 48 with n2/n5/n66/n77/n260/n261 along with devices having the x60 modem going forward and I imagine we'll start seeing it.when DSS is enabled on PCS and AWS.

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    My experience in Syracuse, NY today, LTE was much faster.....https://youtu.be/hPGJWm-54Zc

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    Isn’t CBRS already on DSS? If it is that would explain the slower speeds for 5G since it would allocate more spectrum to LTE since their are more of those devices on the network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techguru30 View Post
    Isn’t CBRS already on DSS?
    nope......

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