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Monitoring cellular networks in Russia

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Monitoring tools for various devices

Applications and tools for monitoring
Network Signal Guru application for Qualcomm Android smartphones (root-rights are required)
Cellular-Pro application for Android-smartphone chipset Qualcomm (one must have route-rights)
Samsung Smartphones and Phones
Netmonitor
*#0011#
The hidden menu forced choice ranges for Android 9/10 +
Band selection (Samsung Network Setting) for Android 9/10 +
There are two ways to access the menu: easy or simple.
  • Convenient method:
    install the applicationMore Shortcuts, Select it and click Activity to drive in searchcall settings . At the bottom is the point "Call Settings MainActivity" - create a shortcut for it on your desktop. After that, the band selection menu will be available in one click
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  • Plain method:
    install the applicationSamsung Band Selection
The hidden menu forced choice ranges for Android 8
Band selection (Samsung Network Setting) for Android 8
To enter the type you want to install the appQuickShortcutMakerand drive in the searchhidden network setting
screenshots
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Samsung Galaxy menu service for older models and firmware
*#2683662# - service Samsung Galaxy menu
Video review of the service menu(HD Voice activation in 2G, band selection, linking to a specific BS sector, switching of LTE categories and 3G releases)
Android smartphones
*#*#4636#*#*
If the code does not work, you can try, for example, the application4G LTE Switcherwhich should open the same menu.
But, in general, not all smartphones give out information on carriers and frequencies in this menu.
Android smartphones on the Mediatek chipset (MTK)
*#*#3646633#*#*
Or use the applicationMTK Engineering Mode
Netmonitor application for all Android smartphones
Link to the app in GooglePlay
If Netmonitor does not display the carrier you are using, there is anothera way that indirectly allows you to define a 4G range. This method is relevant for the Moscow region. ThanksAndrey34 aka AndR:) x @ .
CellMapper application for all Android smartphones
Apple iPhone Smartphones
*3001#12345#*
Nokia / Microsoft Lumia Smartphones on Windows Mobile
##3282#
Nokia Symbian 9.x Smartphones
application FieldTest v.1.0 for Symbian 9.x


Frequencies and operators

By region
Regions
Moscow region
Used ranges
GSM frequencies
Mts :
GSM900 - 12 MHz for /4.8(ispolzuetsya UMTS) + 5.2 + 2 / (in metro area is used for LTE or 10 MHz for UMTS)
GSM1800 - 24.8 MHz continuous spectrum (part used for LTE)
Beeline :
GSM900 - 10 MHz continuous spectrum (5 or 10 used for UMTS)
GSM1800 - 20.2 MHz continuous spectrum (part used for LTE)
Megaphone :
GSM900 - 13 MHz / 10 (5 is used for UMTS) + 3 / (part is used for LTE in the metro)
GSM1800 - 30 MHz continuous spectrum (part used for LTE)
UMTS frequencies
Mts :
UMTS900 - 4.8 MHz (10 MHz in the metro)
UMTS2100 - 15 MHz
Beeline :
UMTS900 - 5 MHz (10 MHz in Novogireevo, Perovo)
UMTS2100 - 15 MHz
Megaphone :
UMTS900 - 5 MHz
UMTS2100 - 15 MHz
Tele 2 :
UMTS2100 - 15 MHz (sometimes departed at 5 MHz LTE)
LTE frequencies
Mts :
/ 256QAM and 4x4 support possible /
Band7 - 10 MHz
Band20 - 7.5 MHz (5 MHz used); metro meets 15 MHz (Spectrum Sharing with Megaphone)
Band38 - 25 MHz (20 MHz used)
Band3 - used 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz
Band8 - used 2x10 MHz in the metro (Spectrum Sharing with Megaphone)
Beeline :
/ 256QAM and 4x4 support possible /
Band7 - 10 MHz
Band20 - 7.5 MHz (5 MHz used)
Band3 - used 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz
Band1 - 15 MHz (in the Novogireevo, Perovo areas)
Megaphone :
/ 256QAM and 4x4 support possible /
Band7 - 40 MHz
Band20 - 7.5 MHz (5 MHz used); metro meets 15 MHz (Spectrum Sharing with MTS)
Band38 - 25 MHz (20 MHz used)
Band3 - used 10, 15 and 20 MHz
Band8 - used 2x10 MHz in the metro (Spectrum Sharing with MTS)
Yota uses all ranges Megafon, but access Band20 in most places is prohibited
Tele 2 :
/ 256QAM and 4x4 support possible /
Band7 - 10 MHz
Band20 - 7.5 MHz (used ~ 5 MHz or 7 MHz carrier 6200)
Band1 - 5 MHz
Skylink (Tele2) :
Band31 - 4.4 MHz (3 MHz used)
Types of aggregation (LTE-Advanced)
Mts :
CA_3_7 / 20 + 10 or 15 + 10 or 10 + 10 /
CA_3_20 / 20 + 5 or 15 + 5 or 10 + 5 / (found in the metro and MO)
CA_7_20 / 10 + 5 / (found in MO)
CA_3_7_20 / 15 + 10 + 5 or 20 + 10 + 5 /
CA_3_38 / 20 + 20 /
CA_3_7_38 / 20 + 10 + 20 /
Beeline :
CA_7_20 / 10 + 5 /
CA_3_7 / 5 + 10 or 10 + 10 or 15 + 10 /
CA_3_20 / 5 + 5 or 10 + 5 / (found in MO and Metro)
CA_3_7_20 / 5 + 10 + 5 or 10 + 10 + 5 or 15 + 10 + 5 or 20 + 10 + 5 /
CA_1_3_7 / 15 + 20 + 10 / (in the areas of Novogireevo, Perovo)
CA_1_3_20 / 15 + 20 + 5 / (in the areas of Novogireevo, Perovo)
CA_1_3_7_20 / 15 + 20 + 10 + 5 / (in the areas of Novogireevo, Perovo)
Megaphone (and Yota ):
CA_7_7 / 20 + 20 /
CA_3_7 / 15 + 20 or 20 + 20 /
CA_3_7_7 / 15 + 20 + 20 or 20 + 20 + 20 /
CA_3_7_20 / 20 + 20 + 5 /
CA_7_20 / 20 + 5 /
CA_3_20 / 20 + 5 or 10 + 5 or 20 + 15 (in the metro) /
Tele 2 :
CA_7_20 / 10 + 10 + 5 or 10 (-7) /
CA_1_7 / 5 + 10 /
CA_1_20 / 5 5 + /
CA_1_7_20 / 5 + 10 + 5 /
The distribution of frequencies in a graphical form as of 2020
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Used 2G / 3G / 4G carriers

Vladimir region
Used ranges

Voronezh region
Used ranges

Ivanovo region
Used ranges

Irkutsk region
Used ranges

Kaluga region
Used ranges

Kemerovo region
Used ranges

Kostroma region
Used ranges

Lipetsk region
Used ranges

Nizhny Novgorod Region
Used ranges

Penza region
Used ranges

Perm region
Used ranges

Republic of Adygea
Used ranges

Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol
Used ranges

The Republic of Mordovia
Used ranges

Republic of Tatarstan
Used ranges

Rostov region
Used ranges

Ryazan Oblast
Used ranges

Samara Region
Used ranges

St. Petersburg
Used ranges

Sverdlovsk region
Used ranges

Smolensk region
Used ranges

Tambov Region
Used ranges

Tula region
Used ranges

Tyumen region
Used ranges

Chelyabinsk region
Used ranges

Yaroslavskaya oblast
Used ranges

All Russia
All Russia
Used range and bearing
UMTS Federal Licenses (except Crimea)
Mts : UMTS2100 (15 MHz) [1950-1965 / 2140-2155]
Beeline : UMTS2100 (15 MHz) [1965-1980 / 2155-2170]
Megaphone : UMTS2100 (15 MHz) [1935-1950 / 2125-2140]
Federal LTE licenses (except Crimea)
Mts : Band7 (10 MHz) [2540-2550 / 2660-2670], Band20 (7.5 MHz) [839.5-847 / 798.5-806], Band38 (25 MHz) [2595-2620]
Beeline : Band7 (10 MHz) [2550-2560 / 2670-2680], Band20 (7.5 MHz) [854.5-862 / 813.5-821]
Megaphone : Band7 (40 MHz) [2500-2540 / 2620-2660], Band20 (7.5 MHz) [847-854.5 / 806-813.5]
Tele 2 : Band7 (10 MHz) [2560-2570 / 2680-2690], Band20 (7.5 MHz) [832-839.5 / 791-798.5]
The distribution of GSM frequencies between operators by region
Distribution of GSM900 / 1800 frequency bands between operators by regions of the Russian Federation(as of 12/24/2018)
Distribution of GSM900 / 1800 frequency bands between operators by regions of the Russian Federation(according to CNews)
Distribution of GSM900 frequency bands between operators by regions of the Russian Federation (as of July 01, 2016):Attached filegsm900.pdf(70.38 KB)
The distribution of GSM1800 frequency bands between operators by regions of the Russian Federation (as of July 01, 2016):Attached filegsm1800.pdf(58.91 KB)
Distribution of GSM channels(relevance in question)

thankash16 and vladaha for provided sources.
The results of the auction for the Band38 range by region
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Useful materials

Useful materials
Tables capabilities of smartphones in the networks of operators in Russia
Sharing of the radio access network (RAN Sharing) operators in the regions
Interpretation of 3GPP Aggregation Combinations
Approximate bandwidth calculation using LTE signal quality parameters
What does the LTE subscriber category mean?
Educational program on 5G networks
Table 5G-modems
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thankMikl1984 .
ULCA combinations supported by Sony Xperia XZ Premium, XZ1, XZ1 Compact phones
Implementing MIMO features in some smartphones
Possible combinations of aggregation and their theoretical speed in the MTS network
Script to study the radio channel capabilities of devices based on MSM8998 / MDM9x5x or SDM845 / SDX20
A utility for calculating possible aggregation combinations on Qualcomm smartphones
Program for automatic parsing file combos.txt in google spreadsheet
00028874 File Generator to include aggregations


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Post has been editedvvireless - 05.06.20, 11:53
Reason for editing: fixed bug



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NSG for Xiaomi on MTK did not fit, I do not see LTE info at all. I was advisedCellmapperbut shows LTE frequency. If you believe him, in Omsk Megaphone also works on Band 3.



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2G / 3G / 4G frequency distribution between operators in the Republic of Tatarstan
The distribution of frequencies GSM900 / GSM1800 / LTE1800
Frequency distribution UMTS B1 2100
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Distribution of frequencies LTE B7 B38
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Yota and Megaphone combined their frequencies in B7


LTE operator details

Fly (Tattelecom)
B3 1800 - 10 MHz Carrier 1876
B38 TDD 2600 - 20 MHz Carrier 37900

Presentation of the creation of the network LTA1800

Mts
B1 2100 - 5 MHz Carrier 425 / support 256QAM /
B3 1800 - 10 MHz Carrier 1726 / support 256QAM / 15 MHz Carrier 1725 / support 256QAM /
B7 2600 - 10 MHz Carrier 3200 / support 256QAM /
B38 TDD 2600 - 20 MHz Carrier 38100 / support 256QAM /

AggregationCA_3_7 CA_7_3 10 + 5 MHz 5 + 10 MHz 10 + 10 MHz Press release
CA_3_38 - 10 + 20 MHz
CA_3_7_38 10 + 10 + 20 MHz
MTS Aggregation
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Beeline

B8 900 - 5 MHz carrier 3617 / support 256QAM /
B3 1800 - 5-10 MHz Carrier 1299 / support 256QAM / 15 MHz Carrier 1275 / support 256QAM /
B7 2600 - 10 MHz Carrier 3300 / support 256QAM /

AggregationCA_3_7 CA_7_3 5 + 10 MHz 10 + 5 MHz 10 + 10 MHz
Beeline Aggregation
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Megaphone (Yota)
B3 1800 - 10 MHz Carrier 1425 / support 256QAM /
B7 2600 - 15-20 MHz Carriers 2850,3048 / support 256QAM /
AggregationCA_7_7 20 + 20 MHz CA_7_3 20+10
CA_3_7_7 20 + 20 + 10 MHz
Aggregation Megaphone
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Tele 2

B20 800 5 MHz carrier 6175 / support 256QAM /
B3 1800 10 MHz Carrier 1575 / support 256QAM /
B7 2600 10 MHz Carrier 3400 / support 256QAM /
AggregationCA_3_7 CA_7_3 10 + 10 MHz


If you have something to add write to qms correct

Post has been editedash16 - 16.05.20, 19:51
Reason for editing: Beeline LTE B8



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Peter (only in the city - in LO in a different way)
Picture plate of currently known frequencies and bands of operators for St. Petersburg. Updated 05/22/2019
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Last changes:
May 22, 2019: The T2 in LTE B3 has expanded the band to 15 MHz. According to LO, T2 has B20, and aggregation with this range.

The picture plate MTS LTE St. Petersburg state on 28.9.18 and info on MTS TDD B38 in St. Petersburg
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Mts B38 inSPb DL / UL configuration # 1, Special subframe configuration # 7.
Which means that with20 MHz bandwidth, QAM64 up, TDD Config = 1, and SSF config = 7, MIMO 2x2, theoretical limit:
at the device withQAM64 "down", the limits will be: DL 82 Mbit / s and UL 32 Mbit / s (in practical tests I saw 60 Mbit / s myself).
at the device withQAM256 "down" limits: DL 109 Mbit / s and UL 32 Mbit / s (in practical tests Thananos md saw 82 Mbit / s).

Picture plate of the separation of B8 900 between operators in St. Petersburg and the region
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There is no information about using EGSM. 12/21/18 info about a piece of EGSM 1.7 MHz appeared at MTS.

The picture plate of the separation of B3 1800 between operators in St. Petersburg and the region. Updated 05/22/2019
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Picture plate of LTE BS sector numbering in St. Petersburg and the region
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In the underground
Mts:
UMTS: B1 (2100) 5 ??? MHz (EARFCN 10713, 1952.6 MHz 2142.6 MHz)
B8 (900) 5 MHz (EARFCN 3013, 897.6 MHz 942.6 MHz)
LTE: B3 (1800) 10 MHz (EARFCN 1721, 1762.1 MHz 1857.1 MHz) MIMO 2x2

Tests:
LTE B3 (10 MHz, MIMO 2x2, QAM64) DL / UL = 24-26 / 14 Mbit / s

It seems that with two MIMO 2x2 streams, MTS in LTE is a lie, but in reality the same 1x1 mode as that of MF.

Mf:
UMTS: B1 (2100) 5 ??? MHz (EARFCN 10687, UL 1947.4 MHz, DL 2137.4 MHz)
B8 (900) 5 MHz (EARFCN 3076, UL 910.2 MHz, DL 955.2 MHz)

LTE: B3 (1800) 10 MHz (EARFCN 1596, UL 1749.6 MHz, 1844.6 MHz) MIMO 1x1 (SISO)
B7 (2700) 20 MHz + 20 MHz (EARFCN 2850, EARFCN 3048) MIMO 1x1 (SISO)

Tests:
LTE CA_7C (20 + 20MHz, SISO, QAM64), speed up to 145 Mbps. (thanks to Thanatos MD)
LTE V7 (20MHz, SISO, QAM64) DL = 71 Mbps
LTE B3 (10MHz, SISO, QAM64) DL = 33 Mbps
3G 2100 = 14 / 3.6 Mbit / s

At MF everything is clear - test speeds reach 88-94% of the theoretical maximum for one stream and QAM64.
One question - in which mode and in which band does 3G work? The frequency spacing of the MF and MTS is only 5 MHz, so it is possible that it works in one 5 MHz band.

Tele 2:
Beeline:

Known aggregation. Updated 05/22/2019
Mts 3_7, 7_3, 3_7_20, 3_7_38 . thank Thananos md for info. And more options, thanks DR28 for info, 7_3_20, 20_7_3 . January 2019 showed up 8_3 in LO. thank grafor for info.
Mf7_7. thankThananos md for info.
BeelineMass aggregation of B3 and B7 is used. thankmichael.lvf for info.
Tele2 - Aggregation 3_7, 7_3 is widely used. thankmichael.lvf and Thananos md for info. In LO, where there is B20, there are reports of the inclusion of this range in the aggregation.

QAM256
According to the messageThananos md : QAM256 "MTS is quite common. In MegaFon, only on highly selected BSs."

Skylink LTEB31
Tele 2 : Skylink LTE B31 450 - 3 MHz band (because, like Skylink only 4.4 MHz and only standard LTE 3 MHz will fit into them)
Skylink total at 4.4 MHz, but a piece left for the CDMA 450 and October 2016. Especially that for LTE can be given 3, 5, 10 ... MHz and 5 MHz while even there. in the future it may be able to do something to win from security officials in exchange for their transfer to a more modern standard and new equipment. While the actual speed does not exceed 17 Mbit / s in each sector of a base station, more than 15 Mbit / s, you can hardly see. And it is on an empty net, with the advent of the users and the growth rate will fall load. The band of 5 MHz would be allowed to increase network capacity and speeds up to 30 Mbit / s, but it is too early to talk about it.

Additions and thanks
thankThananos md , grafor , pawel40 , MalSikDM for additions. Now they are included in the relevant sections and picture plates, and from here I have rubbed them.


Post has been editedandrew.woronkov - 22.05.19, 09:19



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ash16 @ 04.26.17, 07:27*
LTE Republic of Tatarstan
...
Megaphone
Band7 - 15-20 MHz

Must be a CA_7_7 aggregation.



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* rust3028,
So, there (2x20) megahertz



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* zikasak
Is not a fact. Someone wrote that somewhere in the region there was an aggregation CA_7_7 15 + 15.



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* ash16,
Yes, officially it is not there yet, but it is running on some BS ...

ash16 @ 04.26.17, 07:27*
Megaphone
Band7 - 15-20 MHz

B3 can be added.



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The topic is still "in its infancy," I suggest:

1. To denote CA combinations, use industry-accepted designations — for example, CA_3_7 or CA_7_7_3. I think, however, that “absolutely canonical, from the standard” notations like CA_3A_7A or CA_7C_3A should not be used because of the unobvious (on an unprepared view) their association with the number of aggregated carriers. That is, if by the designation "CA_7_7_3" it is immediately obvious that this is a combination of 3CA, then by "CA_7C_3A" - not immediately.

2. To consider logically "symmetric" combinations separately. For example, CA_3_7 and CA_7_3, CA_7_3_7, and CA_7_7_3. Theoretical "symmetry" does not at all mean equivalence in a real network.

3. When mentioning intra-band aggregation, always specify whether it is a question of aggregation of adjacent (contiguous) or non-adjacent (non-contiguous) bands. Or, alternatively, specify the specific channels (EARFCN) of the carriers used — then "adjacency / non-contiguity" can be easily calculated.
For example, Megaphone in Moscow uses in B7 adjacent carriers on channels 2850 and 3048.

4. Distinguish between cases where aggregated components can be received only from the same BS, and when their source can (or should be) different stations. That is, to distinguish the inter-site CA from the "normal", intra-site.

5. Specify the most efficient modulation scheme supported for each carrier (in each band). For today, there will be enough information on downlink. Actually, for the vast majority of networks currently operating, this will be 64QAM or 256QAM.

Post has been editedvvevvevve - 28.04.17, 22:34



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In the district centers and adjacent territories of the Kaluga region (including in the south, where until recently there were no LTE networks at all), the most recently launched MTS networks operating in B3 on channel 1750 with a 5 MHz band and 256QAM capabilities were noticed.



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To complete the picture in Moscow, let me remind you that since the beginning of February, LTE MTS networks have been operating at a number of underground stations (underground): channel B3, channel 1802, 20 MHz, 64QAM.
The number of stations covered, according to my observations, is increasing.



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The topic is still "in its infancy," I suggest:

This is all great, but quite difficult. Not everyone has the time, opportunity and understanding of how to monitor everything. Or even the equipment does not allow to see all these parameters. For example, my Samsung does not show the modulation type, someone has a device that does not support aggregation, well, etc.
It seems to me that it is better to have at least some minimal information on the region than to not have any at all. Of course, if someone will provide as complete data as described above, this is highly appreciated.
To denote CA combinations, use industry-accepted designations — for example, CA_3_7 or CA_7_7_3.

I agree. Yes, and write it easier.
Consider logically "symmetric" combinations separately. For example, CA_3_7 and CA_7_3, CA_7_3_7, and CA_7_7_3.

I don’t really understand what it gives us, and how to track it for everyone. For example, I personally saw how the same sectors of MTS were aggregated first as CA_3_7, and then as CA_7_3. What depended on did not understand.
When mentioning intra-band aggregation, always specify whether it is a question of aggregation of adjacent (contiguous) or non-adjacent (non-contiguous) bands.

And who else can have adjacent lanes except for Megaphone? I think no one else. No such resources.
That is, to distinguish the inter-site CA from the "normal", intra-site.

That I myself do not know how to distinguish. It seems as soon asTele2 statedThat tested this technology first in Russia. But in Moscow, it is still not there.
Specify the most efficient modulation scheme

As I wrote, the netmonitor in my Samsung does not show this.

Post has been editedyanixxx - 29.04.17, 00:34



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To complete the picture in Moscow, I remind you that since the beginning of February, LTE MTS networks have been operating at a number of metro stations (underground): channel 1802, 20 MHz

Personally, I first saw the B3 20 MHz at the MTS back in September 2015, when the Kotelniki opened. First, only at the station itself, and after a couple of months, and at two neighboring Zhulebino and Lermontovsky Avenue.
References:
20 MHz in Kotelniki
20 MHz in Zhulebino

Post has been editedyanixxx - 28.04.17, 23:53



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Megaphone:
Band7 - 40 MHz
Band20 - 7.5 MHz (5 MHz used)
Band38 - 25 MHz (not used)
Band3 - used 15 MHz
Yota uses all Megaphone ranges except Band20

Such a question: Yota exactly uses the megaphone B3? So far, all the conclusions of diagnostic utilities that have been encountered contained only B7, although I could be wrong ...



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Sandwern @ 04/29/17, 10:18 PM*
Does Yota accurately use megaphone B3?

For sure. Here is the search result for networks in LTE Band 3 only mode.
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* sandwern,
For sure. But the priority is for B7, which is very common in mega.

Shl. It seems that in some (very small) regions, mega gives iota access to the B20, but only because there is no other.



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in some (very small) regions, mega gives iota access to B20

I wonder how this is implemented? In the code 250-11 or 250-02 ...



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* yanixxx,
I would not be surprised that in 250-02. When I was sitting on an iota, my devices (vindofony) unsuccessfully tried to connect to LTE 250-02, if 250-11 is missing. After a lot of time (like, more than half a year) after I left them, they still reported to the media that they fixed the problems that arise because of this, but I’ve more to them with my foot. So did not check as now.

Post has been editedzikasak - 29.04.17, 22:50



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And who else can have adjacent lanes except for Megaphone? I think no one else. No such resources.

So you can say that intra-band aggregation can not be anyone, except Megaphone.
But in some regions, some operators may have adjacent lanes in B3. Still, the "full width" B3 is 75 MHz, and even if you divide it between the three operators equally, you get more than 20 MHz for each. And if initially there was a division into “four” - 3 federal operators and one regional, then after buying the latter, the federal one may well be about 40 MHz. "One piece" or in the form of non-adjacent strips - then how it will develop ...
In addition, no one forces Megaphone to use adjacent lanes. Yes, if they are 20 MHz wide each, then it will not work out differently. But if the bands are narrower, it can be different.

This question - is not as vacuous as it may seem at first glance. Different hardware supports different types (in this aspect) aggregation. In other words, "adjacent" aggregation - the most "simple", it supports most of the hardware Cat.6 and above (and even some Cat.4 device, taking into account of the total bandwidth limitations). And the most complicated case - it (inband) aggregation of non-contiguous bands of different widths. It does not support not only the majority of subscriber equipment, but also on some BS models.
I myself do not know how to distinguish

You do mention the NSG as a program to observe the whole thing. In it, and you can see it. Or in QXDM, for example. Yes, this all works only for equipment on the Kwalkcomm platforms. But if we are talking about the description of the parameters of the networks, then you can probably find the device on such a platform, even if there is no such thing at hand.

In Moscow, the inter-site "can" Megaphone during 3CA operation: carriers in B7 from one base, carriers in B3 on the other.
netmonitor in my samsung it doesn't show

This does not mean that such information is not needed or useless. In the end, we are all interested in data transfer speed. And this is the parameter that directly determines this speed. Again, if you do not have a Cat.11 or higher device on Qualcomm, then someone has one. And the "place" for the modulation scheme in the network description can be provided in any case.
In Moscow networks, I can say that MTS for carriers in B3, B7 and B38 now almost always supports 256QAM, I can’t say anything about a carrier in B20.
Megafon has 256QAM support not seen yet.



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* vvevvevve,
I do not argue that all this is interesting and probably important, but personally I do not possess such information. If someone provides a full info on the region with all these wishes (which I doubt very much), then we’ll be happy to add it to the header.
You do mention the NSG as a program to observe the whole thing.

I mention. But I do not have a single room yet. Maybe in the future will appear.
And the "place" for the modulation scheme in the network description can be provided in any case.

No problem. Will infa - will add.



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Megafon has 256QAM support not seen yet.

This should be reported to Eldarczyk) And then he planned on S8 as much as 430 Mb / s, considering that the limit in the Moscow Megafon network is 450 Mb / s. At the same time without providing any screenshots naturally. Dude apparently does not know that 430 is even above their limit, because 20 + 20 + 15 at 64QAM is 412 Mb / s as I understand it.
In LTE network Advanced shows the maximum speed of the theoretically possible (2x2 MU-MIMO). On the Moscow MegaFon network, the actual speed that was obtained when downloading files was 430 Mbit / s (theoretical limit of 450 Mbit / s).

From here:
http: //www.mobile-revi...alaxy-s8-plus.shtml#s8

Post has been editedyanixxx - 30.04.17, 00:37


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