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Can they put cell sites on a huge water tower. By us 101 new on/off ramp by arroyo grande i get 5/5 signal bars and the app i have points to that water tower.

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Can they put cell sites on a huge water tower. By us 101 new on/off ramp by arroyo grande i get 5/5 signal bars and the app i have points to that water tower.

Yes they can.

 

Most of the time those apps aren't accurate in pinpointing the location of the site.

 

Post up pictures and someone can figure out what's on it.

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Sorry but its 12am here so i just tried google earth on my iPhone.

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I went there and cant get in caused blocked by nipomo community services District

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Here's the address. 758–790 Hetrick Ave

Arroyo Grande‎ California‎ 93444

United States. It's still in nipomo.

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That one is complete....it's not a full build site so it'll probably be a while before LTE is on it.

 

Again if you become a sponsor, you can look up any sites you come across and see if they are completed or not.

 

http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/1195-information-about-s4gru-sponsorship-levels-and-how-to-become-a-sponsor/

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Thanks just wondering if it was done with 3G upgrade. Im really wanting 4g but i can wait but not sure how long I can wait lol.

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I was wondering i hear WiMAX sites will get 4g lte first. So then Santa Maria will get 4g first since it has WiMAX.

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I believe the sprint site closest to my work is being worked on. It is mounted on the side of the building located at 27001 Agoura Road, Calabasas, CA 91302.

 

Attached is a picture of the site.

2013-08-12 13.01.35.jpg

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How long does it take to get permits to go into a community services district property to get 4g working.

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Since SoftBank bought 80% of sprint is it possible that SoftBank CEO and his great knowlage on 4g. That hes going to try and match speeds from Japan. I talked to one of my friends and he said that would require billions of dollars and he spent about 9 billion dollars to help sprint with network. The rest shareholder money.

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Since SoftBank bought 80% of sprint is it possible that SoftBank CEO and his great knowlage on 4g. That hes going to try and match speeds from Japan. I talked to one of my friends and he said that would require billions of dollars and he spent about 9 billion dollars to help sprint with network. The rest shareholder money.

 

Basically yes...the plan now is to put TD-LTE on all Network Vision sites.

 

Follow the link to read about Robert's testing in Denver.

 

http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/4083-sprint-td-lte-25002600mhz-discussion/page-42

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Will the iPhone 5 run on the new tdd-lte or wait for next iPhone release.

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Will the iPhone 5 run on the new tdd-lte or wait for next iPhone release.

No one knows.

 

Sent from my HTC ONE

 

 

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What does full build mean and will it include 4g in the full build.

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If 4g is included in the full build. Will it be td-lte and how long will it take to build.

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What does full build mean and will it include 4g in the full build.

 

Full build means all technologies (1900 1xRTT, 1900 EVDO, 1900 LTE, 800 1xRTT, 800 LTE) are included. So yes, 4G is included.

 

From what we understand, every Sprint site will receive 2500 LTE (TD LTE). We do not know the time frame on that yet. It's not likely that we'll see a big deployment of TD LTE outside of areas that already have WiMax until next year.

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