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  1. @LTENetwork, you seem to be changing your tune....

    @LTENetwork, you seem to be changing your tune. First you were concerned Huawei telecom equipment presents a security risk to end users. Now, you are saying you don't want to support Chinese...
  2. There's no accusation against Huawei for spying...

    There's no accusation against Huawei for spying through their RAN equipment.

    How does any of this make Huawei RAN equipment insecure?
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    Wideband codecs will sound better if enabled end...

    Wideband codecs will sound better if enabled end to end. If you're using a SWB codec but the other party is using NB, it won't make a difference.
  4. Please explain how Huawei can steal information...

    Please explain how Huawei can steal information by deploying RAN equipment for AT&T. How would they break IPSEC tunnels or TLS encryption protocols used by end customers? What interfaces would Huawei...
  5. I don't understand why Americans are so worried...

    I don't understand why Americans are so worried about Huawei, especially in the RAN. Huawei is far superior to Ericsson, Nokia and Samsung.
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    Sticky: As far as I know, there's no phones that can...

    As far as I know, there's no phones that can support 2 low bands for CA due to antenna size limitations.
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    Bell So what makes China's 5G better than Korea for...

    So what makes China's 5G better than Korea for example? Is it coverage, speed, or something else?
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    Bell It's hard to tell from that picture, but it looks...

    It's hard to tell from that picture, but it looks like a Huawei Lampsite radio or picocell with a 5G sticker on it. But what do you mean by China being the only country having real 5G? Are you...
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    Bell Those are 5 MHz B25 cells. Bell has deployed them...

    Those are 5 MHz B25 cells. Bell has deployed them in GTA, don't know why they show up as Telus.
  10. Bell It's possible the services sending text messages...

    It's possible the services sending text messages are looking up the original phone number for validation. If that's the case, there's nothing you or Bell can do.

    Example:...
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    Bell @zivan Rogers is 100% Ericsson in Ontario.

    @zivan Rogers is 100% Ericsson in Ontario.
  12. Plans Cell priorities are defined by the network....

    Cell priorities are defined by the network. Phones should follow network instructions.

    B25 on Rogers is most likely just MFBI of B2. If B2 has the highest priority, your phone should camp on it in...
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    Agree with you. The main difference is Australia...

    Agree with you. The main difference is Australia allowed foreign telcos like Singtel (Optus), Vodafone and Hutchison (3) to operate there freely.
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    They are probably refarming 850 MHz for LTE.

    They are probably refarming 850 MHz for LTE.
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    So it seems to be a flag from the MME that can...

    So it seems to be a flag from the MME that can decide if the user should be allowed access to 5G NSA.
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    Bell It's a 1 Gbps backhaul. Site doesn't have B7....

    It's a 1 Gbps backhaul. Site doesn't have B7. Adding B7 might help with congestion.

    Can you lock your device to a specific band?
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    HSPA: The reason for the larger coverage is lots of...

    The reason for the larger coverage is lots of repetition from the network to get the data to the IoT device. Anyway, you can't access it with a regular LTE phone (cat-3 and above). You can only...
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    Bell Looks like a Cisco WiFi access point....

    Looks like a Cisco WiFi access point.
    https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/wireless/aironet-3700-series/index.html
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    HSPA: LTE-M, also known as eMTC is a technology that...

    LTE-M, also known as eMTC is a technology that allows an existing LTE cell to be shared with Cat-M IoT devices.

    In the LTE resource grid, 6 RBs will be assigned for this purpose.

    These devices...
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    Bell You should see how many Telus has in Vancouver!

    You should see how many Telus has in Vancouver!
  21. Thread: RCS and Bell

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    Bell Sweeeeet, thanks for sharing this!

    Sweeeeet, thanks for sharing this!
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    That makes you wonder what their margin of error...

    That makes you wonder what their margin of error is with these types of benchmarks.
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    You can always check the latest ISED database,...

    You can always check the latest ISED database, but it looks like it's Oct 2, which is the same date that ertyu refreshed their data. Here is the source:...
  24. Sticky: Public Mobile LTE is better at cell edge. I would keep it on...

    LTE is better at cell edge. I would keep it on auto selection.
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    Bell Good to know, thanks for the info zivan!

    Good to know, thanks for the info zivan!
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