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I saw some workers up there about a week and a half ago.  They took down two legacy antennas and left the new antenna and RRUs as they have other sites that were updated. 

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Visiting Sarasota very good signal

 

 

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Looking at Tampa permits - looks like the site at HCC (Permit: BLD-15-0439113) should be underway and the DAS at RayJay (Permit: BTR-15-0441423) has passed City inspection as of 8/18. Exciting to see NV1.0 finally edge ever closer to a close in Tampa!

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Getting crazy great signal in Tampa zip code 33634

 

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Move from NYC to Tampa

Great signal

 

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Anyone notice that network.sprint.com is no longer up? You can't see upgrades any more on the Sprint site.

 

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Anyone notice that network.sprint.com is no longer up? You can't see upgrades any more on the Sprint site.

 

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Yep, has been gone since early October.

 

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I was there on Nov 14, 2015 this was done over on Dale mabry hwy and I275.  I was on Dale mabry when I did the speed test. 

 

This is the fast one i have gotten in the Tampa area.

 

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later,

 

John

 

 

 

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At the St Pete Grand Pix very good speed d9b626e0f253025be311facdd0bc2314.jpg

 

 

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In Clearwater near  US 19 and Ulmerton Rd. 

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Mobilitie has filed for permits with the City of Tampa. Looks like the process started on May 31st and they have been going back and forth for a while. Tampa's permitting system is a little wonky, but very detailed.

 

Go here: https://aca.tampagov.net/citizenaccess/ and search for either Mobilitie or "ROW-16-0000643"

 

If you click 'Application Information Table' you'll get more detail to work locations and specific site plans are posted at the bottom of the page under 'Attachments.'

 

Exciting to see more small cell work underway in my hometown.

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Well it seems Mobilitie hasn't really made any progress getting their permits taken care of. I think that company has bitten off a lot more than they can chew.

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The City permitting department has given Mobilitie an 11/11 deadline to address their concerns or the permit expires. Hopefully, this will force their hand....

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So has Mobilitie built any small cell at all in Tampa?

 

 

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So has Mobilitie built any small cell at all in Tampa?

 

 

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Not under their current agreement. Sprint did build some small cells in Channelside and around the Ice Palace/Forum/Amelie Arena for the 2012 GOP convention. I tried to get pictures of them once, but felt a little awkward.

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It looks like the Mobilitie permit for Tampa is going to expire today. Sad, but not completely unexpected.

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Three new permits filed for adding B41 equipment to existing towers. Looks like things are moving again.

 

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Search for them here: https://aca.tampagov.net/citizenaccess/

About time. Tampa is far behind Orlando and Miami in band 42 deployment and Jacksonville is really far behind.
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About time. Tampa is far behind Orlando and Miami in band 42 deployment and Jacksonville is really far behind.

 

Gosh... I think most people are still waiting for Band 42 deployment...

 

 

 

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LTE 3500? Sprint must be serious about small cells!

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About time. Tampa is far behind Orlando and Miami in band 42 deployment and Jacksonville is really far behind.

 

I didn't realize Tampa was that far behind, the network seems pretty solid within the city core. The airport has improved, but could still use a DAS.

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Another B41 mini macro permit application was filed on 12/23 with the City. Looks like things really are moving at Sprint.

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