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I took a few pictures of two towers side by side near my work that i see every morning when I stop at the Valero, I believe the tower with the single set of panels is owned by T-Mobile and the tower with way to much stuff on it is owned by Clearwire.

 

I believe what im looking at is T-Mobiles 4g HSPA+ Panels on the single tower. On the other tower Im completely lost.

 

My question is one of these towers is slated to recieve LTE, My question is what should i look for when they start with the upgrades ? Also this tower is * for those who have access to the maps.

 

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I was under the impression that the higher the frequency the larger the panel ? If not, i stand corrected.

 

The opposite is generally true but not always.

 

The reason is that wavelength is inversely proportional to frequency.

 

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Just the opposite. The lower the frequency, the longer the wavelength, the larger the panel.

 

AJ

 

Roger that, I donno why when i was viewing this video on SBASite.com i thought it was the other way around. Incase anybody novice wants to check it out, its a very nice overview video of how a Site is managed with alittle technical info as well. http://ir.sbasite.com/#

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^ ATT.

Why would you think that?

 

There are only 4 outputs on the bottom of the panel with a single RRU, that screams AT&T from all of the pictures in the how to spot a panel thread. I thought the Sprint NV panels had 6 outputs and 3 RRUs per sector.

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There are only 4 outputs on the bottom of the panel with a single RRU, that screams AT&T from all of the pictures in the how to spot a panel thread. I thought the Sprint NV panels had 6 outputs and 3 RRUs per sector.

 

Some have 4 RRU's.

 

-- "Sensorly or it didn't happen!"

 

 

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