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Orlando SID 68

Discussion in 'Southern US Wireless Forum' started by yuvgotmel, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. yuvgotmel

    yuvgotmel New Member

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    Does anyone know what company is assigned to SID 68(800 MHz) in Orlando, FL?
     
  2. strunke

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  3. yuvgotmel

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    I saw SID 68 on my phone when it was on analog roam. I thought it might be Cingular, but I wasn't sure. I didn't know that Sprint phones could roam on Cingular Wireless.

    Thanks for your response!
     
  4. strunke

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    No problem....yeah that must be an old AT&T tower that they've left up. AT&T was tdma and analog, so CDMA phones like sprint or vzw can roam on them. Most Cingular towers are GSM and CDMA phones cannot roam on them at all.
     
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    Cingular still has analog working in all locations where they have the 850 cellular freq. They just don't add the older analog technology to their GSM phones. CDMA cannot roam on TDMA. I believe the analog has to be maintained through 2007.

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    SID 68, even number, was the celular B-band of Cingular orange, former BellSouth Mobility. Former ATTWS, Cingular blue, on the cellular A-band has SID 175, odd number.

    When I was in the Orlando area the last two weeks of March, my Nokia 6340i has no trouble finding a TDMA signal if the GSM signal faded.

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