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    So places did get hit badly by hurricanes. Puerto Rico might still be without electricity in some places.

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    So quick update, it’s either FLOW is intent on deploying it islandwide but, its Ericsson sites (which use the RRUS12) and updated antennas, are fully operating on 4x2 MIMO. Moreover, the antennas FLOW is using are capable of 4x4 MIMO (as are its remote radios). Because of 4x2 MIMO, one can fully utilize the fullest extent of the network (as exemplified in the below screenshot)



    If FLOW updates its equipment to support 256QAM and enable 4x4 MIMO, they can double their current network to accommodate speeds up to 300 Mbit/s per sector or 6,600 simultaneous VoLTE calls. They’ve really hit it out of the park here. I’m absolutely impressed with the network quality. FLOW is really running an LTE-A network here guys... I can bet that they’re testing these technologies as we speak :O

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    Does anyone else have problems receiving a FLOW LTE signal on that stretch from say, the bottom of South Camp Rd out to Rae Town? Even voice calls tend to get dropped there sometimes....

    @Brandysull, thanks for the constant updates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prentice View Post
    Does anyone else have problems receiving a FLOW LTE signal on that stretch from say, the bottom of South Camp Rd out to Rae Town? Even voice calls tend to get dropped there sometimes....

    @Brandysull, thanks for the constant updates!
    I guess they may need to densify the network or evaluate the current coverage means in that vicinity. This isn't just endemic to that locality, it's pretty general in other places. Like for instance in Montego Bay, there are plenty of places that cause you to drop LTE, even though you are in an LTE Zone... I'm unsure if they've done anymore work on the network since but it was a huge issue at one point.

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