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Dkoellerwx    7,908

 

This is where it is located .. I just thought this has to be a sprint site .. everyone else has tower in that area

 

 

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Show us what is at the base. The antennas alone can't tell us much.

 

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SeanK_    489

Was at Uptown this afternoon and got B41 MM^2 97.25 Mbps down and 5.64 Mbps up. Never seen that before in ABQ.

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techcj_manzer    137
3 hours ago, SeanK_ said:

Was at Uptown this afternoon and got B41 MM^2 97.25 Mbps down and 5.64 Mbps up. Never seen that before in ABQ.

Shocking how well it is during the day. The site covers the entire area so well. At night/early morning it will push 200+

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SeanK_    489
16 hours ago, techcj_manzer said:

Shocking how well it is during the day. The site covers the entire area so well. At night/early morning it will push 200+

Really 200+? That's amazing for that area! Good Job Sprint!

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