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Click on a Cascade ID for a coverage map of that site.

Update 6/15/2012, all maps have been updated to better reflect antenna configuration, this is still just an approximate guess as to coverage YMMV.

 

Interactive maps for sponsors can be found here

 

I will be maintaining coverage maps of LTE sites that people are able to or have been able to get a connection to. Please report in this thread if you are able to get an LTE connection along with the site location, Screenshots are helpful in verifying connection.

 

Even if you can no longer connect to the site please provide the information as the coverage maps will include those as well.

 

Hopefully this will allow for more efficient LTE site hunting.

 

Sites that I know of So far

 

I will get caught up on it this week.....

 

Atlanta

AT25XC056, Reported by danielholt, now blocked

AT25XC068, Reported by themuffinman, now blocked

AT03XC088, Reported by slackblade, allowing connections

 

Kansas City

KC03XC133, Reported by kckid, allowing connections

 

Houston

HO23XC275, Reported by techwrench, now blocked

HO33XC479, Reported by techwrench, now blocked

HO03XC425, Reported by techwrench, now blocked

HO03XC328, Reported by Latinoboi30, now blocked

 

 

Working on finding a way to display multiple .kmz files with image overlay on an online map. Any Ideas?

 

*DISCLAIMER, This is an approximation of coverage and no guarantee is provided that coverage will be there when you are so do not whine that its not correct, I only have tower height data for Atlanta at this point so all other towers will use an assumed height of 35 feet for urban sites. Antenna configuration including down tilt may have serious effects on actual coverage.

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AT25XC068

 

This is the site I been getting my signal from since last thursday. It seemed like it was blocked over the weekend, but yesterday I had a signal again but by mid afternoon it was gone. Got up this morning, no lte, so I guess it is currently being blocked.

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I use Netmonitor and Open Signal Maps. Both can be downloaded on Google Play,(market).

 

Got 4G this morning and then went away in Atlanta.

 

I did not want to double post, but I posted in the Atlanta LTE my screen shots. Realized I should have posted them here. Sorry.

 

http://www.s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/1001-Atlanta,-GA-LTE-(Live)#entry23741

 

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I just got a lte connection here in Houston.Im not sure the tower it came from but it was good while it lasted

 

What was your location where you were receiving the connection?

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What was your location where you were receiving the connection?

 

Here on the NW side of town near 1960 and Jones road. I'm still getting an lte connection off and on now.

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Nice! I have to say, I am somewhat impressed at the coverage area of the individual cells.

 

Yeah I was impressed as well, now I haven't had an lte connection in about 10 minutes

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I use Netmonitor and Open Signal Maps. Both can be downloaded on Google Play,(market).

 

Got 4G this morning and then went away in Atlanta.

 

I did not want to double post, but I posted in the Atlanta LTE my screen shots. Realized I should have posted them here. Sorry.

 

http://www.s4gru.com...a,-GA-LTE-(Live)#entry23741

 

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Hey whats up, I saw the screenshots you posted in the other thread. I am not sure how to tell which tower you are connected to and opensignal seems to be inaccurate a lot of times. So were there any other areas where you went that you were still getting an lte signal?

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It has been brought to my attention that the coverage reported may be a little generous, I will post updated coverage maps tomorrow sorry for the inconvenience.

 

 

I just got a lte connection here in Houston.Im not sure the tower it came from but it was good while it lasted

 

If you are able to connect again could you take a screenshot of netmonitor so that I can find the site your connecting to?

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It has been brought to my attention that the coverage reported may be a little generous, I will post updated coverage maps tomorrow sorry for the inconvenience.

 

 

 

 

If you are able to connect again could you take a screenshot of netmonitor so that I can find the site your connecting to?

 

I will definitely take a screenshot of net monitor if I get a connection again.

 

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Hey whats up, I saw the screenshots you posted in the other thread. I am not sure how to tell which tower you are connected to and opensignal seems to be inaccurate a lot of times. So were there any other areas where you went that you were still getting an lte signal?

 

I was not able to get a connection again. I will keep an eye out for it, but I am working from home tomorrow.

 

What should I be using to get the info needed?

 

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I was not able to get a connection again. I will keep an eye out for it, but I am working from home tomorrow.

 

What should I be using to get the info needed?

 

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What area do you live?

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What was your location where you were receiving the connection?

 

I just got an lte connection again and I got a screenshot from net monitor...

 

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I just got an lte connection again and I got a screenshot from net monitor...

 

 

 

The location shown on NetMonitor appears to be off. It looks like this is Site# HO03XC328. Which is on a monoploe behind a strip mall at Jones Road and Crescent Moon. It's less than a half mile from you, and about 2/3 mile south of where NetMonitor shows. It was scheduled to be complete at the end of May. So this is probably the site.

 

Robert

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The location shown on NetMonitor appears to be off. It looks like this is Site# HO03XC328. Which is on a monoploe behind a strip mall at Jones Road and Crescent Moon. It's less than a half mile from you, and about 2/3 mile south of where NetMonitor shows. It was scheduled to be complete at the end of May. So this is probably the site.

 

Robert

 

I wasn't sure how accurate the location was but since I'm.off today, I'm going to go located it and do a speed test right at that location to see what speeds I get.

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I wasn't sure how accurate the location was but since I'm.off today, I'm going to go located it and do a speed test right at that location to see what speeds I get.

 

Excellent! Let us know what you see. Now you know exactly where to go. Maybe you can take some pictures. It is right behind the back corner of that strip mall.

 

Robert

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Excellent! Let us know what you see. Now you know exactly where to go. Maybe you can take some pictures. It is right behind the back corner of that strip mall.

 

Robert

 

Will definitely keep u posted as to what I see and maybe snap a few pics of the tower. And thanks for letting me know exactly where its located.

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The location shown on NetMonitor appears to be off. It looks like this is Site# HO03XC328. Which is on a monoploe behind a strip mall at Jones Road and Crescent Moon. It's less than a half mile from you, and about 2/3 mile south of where NetMonitor shows. It was scheduled to be complete at the end of May. So this is probably the site.

 

In general, is there any way to translate the Network ID (NID) and Base Station ID (BID) values reported by netmonitor, which also seem to be the standard on-phone values detected by the Android utility Android System Info, to the site numbers reported in your maps? Is there a table somewhere that can cross-reference these?

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In general' date=' is there any way to translate the Network ID (NID) and Base Station ID (BID) values reported by netmonitor, which also seem to be the standard on-phone values detected by the Android utility Android System Info, to the site numbers reported in your maps? Is there a table somewhere that can cross-reference these?[/quote']

 

I have not been able to connect BSID's in NetMonitor or CDMA Field Test with Sprint Cascade ID #'s yet.

 

Robert via Galaxy Nexus using Forum Runner

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