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  1. HSPA: Are you sure about CA not working on...

    Are you sure about CA not working on international phones? Do you mean zero combos are supported, or just a subset?
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    Thanks, I didn't realize it behaved differently...

    Thanks, I didn't realize it behaved differently for each brand. DND works wonders on my Pixel.
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    Just enable Do Not Disturb mode, it should be...

    Just enable Do Not Disturb mode, it should be silent when the alert is received.
  4. It's dedicated LTE Band 42 spectrum for fixed...

    It's dedicated LTE Band 42 spectrum for fixed wireless home internet. This is not shared with Telus. I can't share network equipment specs publicly.
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    HSPA: B4 was the first LTE band deployed, so those were...

    B4 was the first LTE band deployed, so those were the first radios installed.

    B2 is able to use existing 3G radio in certain scenarios, so that is just a software update to enable LTE.

    B7...
  6. Bell It's really strange. If you know the PCI of the...

    It's really strange. If you know the PCI of the Android cell vs iPhone cell, and confirm they're on the same band, we can determine if they are connecting to the same cell.
  7. Bell Having an unterminated port is a bad idea for RF...

    Having an unterminated port is a bad idea for RF generally. Can you remove the splitter and put a barrel to connect the outside cable directly to the inside cable going to the one functional antenna?...
  8. Bell The entire band 4 is from 1710-1755 for UL, and...

    The entire band 4 is from 1710-1755 for UL, and 2110-2155 for DL. But you would only be using 15 MHz of that in most markets, because that's what Bell/Telus have licenses for, and it's what they have...
  9. Bell I don't have a good answer. But some questions...

    I don't have a good answer. But some questions may help narrow it down.

    Have you ever had an iPhone work with the booster?

    Does the booster have any limitation on how many users are using it?
    ...
  10. Bell Agree with @Class. It's dependent on frequency...

    Agree with @Class. It's dependent on frequency bands, not OS.

    What are the specs for the booster?
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    Sticky: That's correct. You've listed the best combos for...

    That's correct. You've listed the best combos for the big 3 in GTA.
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    HSPA: Actually I could be wrong about that. Zivan might...

    Actually I could be wrong about that. Zivan might know better. He's very good at finding data sources if they are reported by ISED. Have a look at cellmapper.net.

    What format of Cell ID are you...
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    HSPA: No, I can't tell from those pictures. With...

    No, I can't tell from those pictures. With close-up pictures of the radio equipment, it would be easier to tell because in your area Ericsson RRUs are Rogers, Nokia RRUs are Bell.
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    HSPA: Just want to confirm if your booster for sure...

    Just want to confirm if your booster for sure supports B4, not B1. Because if they only say 2100, it's not clear. We use B4 in North America, but B1 is used in other parts of the world.

    I can look...
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    HSPA: Inter-site CA is not deployed, although it can...

    Inter-site CA is not deployed, although it can technically be supported under the right conditions.

    Cell ID info has to be looked up from the operator's network, unless someone has compiled an...
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    HSPA: Awesome news, thanks for sharing. And yes, LTE+...

    Awesome news, thanks for sharing. And yes, LTE+ indicates CA is added or active. Main CA bands are 2-4-7-7, 2-4-12, 2-4-29, or any subset of those.

    On a Samsung phone, dial *#0011# and you can see...
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    Could be a few different reasons. Lower signal...

    Could be a few different reasons. Lower signal levels require higher transmit power on the phone to maintain a radio link. Network features like DRX will also improve battery life. The values of...
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    Koodo I'm on the latest Android 10. Build...

    I'm on the latest Android 10. Build QQ2A.200405.005.
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    Koodo I don't have any issues with texting, but I have...

    I don't have any issues with texting, but I have a somewhat similar issue with voice calls on my Pixel 3 on Bell in Toronto. I believe the issue is with the phone. When I put my SIM in any other...
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    HSPA: PCI 157 B2 is from site #1 (Packenham) PCI 100...

    PCI 157 B2 is from site #1 (Packenham)
    PCI 100 B13 is from site #1 (Packenham)
    PCI 101 B17/B12 is from the 3rd site east of Almonte (March Road and Golden Line Road)
    PCI 158 B13 is from the 3rd...
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    HSPA: If you can give me the PCI and LTE band number...

    If you can give me the PCI and LTE band number that you are connected to, I can look up the site.

    Dial *#0011# on your Samsung.
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    HSPA: Sorry I totally misread your first message. I...

    Sorry I totally misread your first message. I thought you were 14km from the site. 6km is still kinda far, but you can get 1900 MHz (B2) coverage at that distance depending on tower height and...
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    HSPA: If you're that far from the site, only low bands...

    If you're that far from the site, only low bands would be useful. Low bands cannot be aggregated right now due to antenna size limitations.
    For LTE, your options are 700 (B12, B13) and 850 (B5). For...
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    Bell Ok so if you ever find a location with first one...

    Ok so if you ever find a location with first one saying support, it means 5G is available there.

    The second one is your profile and Bell would need to enable 5G access for you. Once it's enabled,...
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    Lucky Yes, Bell has a native network in all 3...

    Yes, Bell has a native network in all 3 territories.
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