The following consists of Alpha Wireless Concealed Antenna Node (CAN) small cell sites.
This is a type of stealth setup for small cells where the small cell enodeB and relay antenna is located within the stealth enclosure which also acts as the antenna. This type of site is under beta trials with positive results and is likely to expand in deployment scope nationally to fulfill municipality requests for "good looking" small cells that they would approve.
The finished build.
Note the utilities attached to the pole and routed directly into the concealed antenna node where the small cell eNB and Relay backhaul antenna are located. In traditional small cell deployments, like such they are mounted on the exterior with visible wires.
The following is an additional example of an Alpha Wireless CAN setup. Notice the CAN's position relative to the utility pole which is at an angle.
Here is another one that is a standalone metal pole install.
Photo Credits to dkyeager and the rest of the Ohio sponsor group that helped locate these small cells.
The MB will show how many active connections there are (ie actively transmitting data, not idling). That screen can take 30 seconds or so to refresh though, when you first go to it it will show 0 connected.
There's no way to see how many are connected to the airave.
I think the airave has a limit of 16 concurrent connections and the MB is 64? But lilotimz would know for sure.
As for MVNOs, I'm not sure what PLMNs the MB and Airave broadcast, if any, in addition to 310120.
Is there a way to tell how many people are connected at any one time to a magic box? Do the sprint owned MVNOs have access to things like magic boxes, airraves and sc1000s? Looking at adding sprint equipment to my restaurant...