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    Verizon deploys mmWave repeaters in Houston

    https://pivotalcommware.com/2022/11/...ge-in-houston/

    It’s finally happening! I’m stoked to see mmWave repeaters prove the haters wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VVivian View Post
    https://pivotalcommware.com/2022/11/...ge-in-houston/

    It’s finally happening! I’m stoked to see mmWave repeaters prove the haters wrong.
    I'm more of a skeptic than a hater. I am hopeful that it will work well. Anything that provides competition to cabled ISPs is a good thing. We are going to need more capacity than sub-6GHz can ever provide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VVivian View Post
    https://pivotalcommware.com/2022/11/...ge-in-houston/

    It’s finally happening! I’m stoked to see mmWave repeaters prove the haters wrong.
    Wonder what took so long. Anyway yes it should shut most of them up

    Quote Originally Posted by bobdevnul View Post
    I'm more of a skeptic than a hater. I am hopeful that it will work well. Anything that provides competition to cabled ISPs is a good thing. We are going to need more capacity than sub-6GHz can ever provide.
    No offense but what exactly do you have to be skeptical about with repeaters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    Wonder what took so long. Anyway yes it should shut most of them up



    No offense but what exactly do you have to be skeptical about with repeaters?
    I'm skeptical of Verizon's ability and willingness to deploy them in a time frame in a meaningful way that expands coverage significantly.

    I could be wrong. They don't include me in their deliberations on such matters. I'm just an armchair analyst just like the rest of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdevnul View Post
    I'm skeptical of Verizon's ability and willingness to deploy them in a time frame in a meaningful way that expands coverage significantly.

    I could be wrong. They don't include me in their deliberations on such matters. I'm just an armchair analyst just like the rest of us.
    What time frame? I didn't know there was deadline on repeaters where afterward they can never deploy them.

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