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So does this mean small cells are about to start in the 619 ?

 

 

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It mostly likely already started.  Need to get the docs to see where the sites are located to verify and monitor.

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San Diego market has been very quiet.  Anyone run into any mini macro?  There is one on El Cajon Blvd next to Hoover High. Credits to @OlearyEamon DMCDrh4W4AATKHO.jpg:large

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Sprint Mini Macro Myrtle Ave across street from Joyner Elementary School.  Doesn't seem like its live, B41 sites weak nearby.

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Sprint MM across the street from Hoover High is now live which is 2 blocks from B25 only site.

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Another Sprint MM found. A block away from Sprint MM on Myrtle Ave across street from Joyner Elementary School.  The power is in OFF position.

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Who is this? See them all over the place in Oceanside, and seen them being installed on some weekends. 

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Who is this? See them all over the place in Oceanside, and seen them being installed on some weekends. 
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Nokia mini macro 2.5, airspan irelay 460, alpha wireless omni directional 2.5 GHz antenna.

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11 hours ago, Marv1 said:

Who is this? See them all over the place in Oceanside, and seen them being installed on some weekends. 

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Sprint's :tu:

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12 hours ago, lilotimz said:

Nokia mini macro 2.5, airspan irelay 460, alpha wireless omni directional 2.5 GHz antenna.

All of the Mobilitie sites I’ve come across have had omni directional antennas. Have you heard of any multi-sector Mobilitie sites?

One of the carriers in LA is deploying 3 sector small cells on lampposts with Ericsson gear, but it’s not Mobilitie/Sprint. 

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I recently got back from a trip to SD and I habe to say I was really impressed witht the progress sprint has made there. For years It was one of the worst preforming areas I traveled to, on this last trip my service preform better and more reliably than my home market. It is really good to see the progress. 

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All of the Mobilitie sites I’ve come across have had omni directional antennas. Have you heard of any multi-sector Mobilitie sites?
One of the carriers in LA is deploying 3 sector small cells on lampposts with Ericsson gear, but it’s not Mobilitie/Sprint. 
3 sector sites are found on mini macro on macros.

You need 3 small cell units and good backhaul to support a multi sector setup which ah lte relay cannot reliably provide.

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Sprint MM Westfield Fashion Valley mall. Next to trolley station.

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On 11/12/2017 at 2:11 PM, bucdenny said:
Sprint MM Westfield Fashion Valley mall. Next to trolley station.
 

That's actually quite elegant. I like it!

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3 hours ago, bucdenny said:

Sprint MM Westfield Fashion Valley mall. Next to trolley station.

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I have added it to the database.

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