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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinRabey View Post
    All those images are broken :/


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    Yeah seems HoFo is still having problems. I can view them on the browser though.

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    Anyone ever seen 3348 EARFCN for B7? Showing both on Bell and Telus. Also this site in Kingston is where i broke 400mbps for the firdt time and now I'm back a year later and can't get CA to activate.... Anyone know why this may be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinRabey View Post
    Anyone ever seen 3348 EARFCN for B7? Showing both on Bell and Telus. Also this site in Kingston is where i broke 400mbps for the firdt time and now I'm back a year later and can't get CA to activate.... Anyone know why this may be?

    ...

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    I'm with TELUS. I regularly see two band 7s on my Samsung Galaxy S9. The first one I call low band 7 and is EARFCN 2850 all over southern Ontario (Niagara Falls, Toronto, Ajax, Oshawa). The second one I call high band 7 and it varies: in Niagara Falls it's EARFCN 3250, while in the Toronto area it's 3350. So Kingston is slightly different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Night_Owl View Post
    I'm with TELUS. I regularly see two band 7s on my Samsung Galaxy S9. The first one I call low band 7 and is EARFCN 2850 all over southern Ontario (Niagara Falls, Toronto, Ajax, Oshawa). The second one I call high band 7 and it varies: in Niagara Falls it's EARFCN 3250, while in the Toronto area it's 3350. So Kingston is slightly different.

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    I see double band 7 all the time. Usually both at 20MHz. Some areas have a 10mhz and a 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinRabey View Post
    I see double band 7 all the time. Usually both at 20MHz. Some areas have a 10mhz and a 20.

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    Both band 7s that I see are 20 MHz each (Niagara Falls through Oshawa).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinRabey View Post
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    Also this site in Kingston is where i broke 400mbps for the firdt time and now I'm back a year later and can't get CA to activate.... Anyone know why this may be?

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    I tried searching quickly for this earlier, but couldn't find it. Kingston, ON has all this super advanced LTE technology testing going on. Last year I read 5-band carrier aggregation was common there, when the best I see in the Toronto and Niagara Falls area is 4-band carrier aggregation: bands 2 (20 MHz), 4 (15 MHz), 7 low (20 MHz), 7 high (20 MHz).

    Is Bell doing more LTE Advanced work in Kingston, perhaps?

    Kingston: North America's Fastest City
    https://www.pcmag.com/article/363549...s-fastest-city

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    3348 and 3150 are combined from the phone's perspective. It's a contiguous 40 MHz. From a CA point of view, this is called 7C instead of 7A-7A. It allows the phone to use 4x4 MIMO on both channels, with higher overall throughput.
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    Band 7 and B5 were added to my home site in addition to 2,4,12/13/17. Speeds are nuts. Anyone know what IMT-E means for B7? I thought bell had added 3.5 for fixed wireless to this site. Apparently they felt they needed B7 for the Havelock jamboree.

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    Band 66 CA? 15MHz and 10MHz? Downtown Vancouver...Name:  Screenshot_20190828-192518_Service%20mode%20RIL.jpeg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orcadas View Post
    Band 66 CA? 15MHz and 10MHz? Downtown Vancouver...Name:  Screenshot_20190828-192518_Service%20mode%20RIL.jpeg
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    Broken image :/


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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinRabey View Post
    Broken image :/


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    Yeah in the app it's broken but if you go here on a web browser, it shows: 0_o

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    When aggregating band 4 15 MHz and band 66 10 MHz, the phone reads all band 66 since band 4 is part of band 66.
    Nice to see that Telus is rolling out band 66.
    Quote Originally Posted by Orcadas View Post
    Band 66 CA? 15MHz and 10MHz? Downtown Vancouver...Name:  Screenshot_20190828-192518_Service%20mode%20RIL.jpeg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orcadas View Post
    Band 66 CA? 15MHz and 10MHz? Downtown Vancouver...Name:  Screenshot_20190828-192518_Service%20mode%20RIL.jpeg
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    Interesting. So they have MFBI on B4 for the 15 MHz channel, and they've added the extra 10 MHz of B66. But for some reason the second channel's RSRP is 15 dB lower.

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