These setups consist of a Nokia Mini Macro 2.5 eNB pole mounted on a macro site connected to sector antennas. Each mini macro is capable of up to 40 MHz of total LTE spectrum for 20+20 B41 carrier aggregation and are now being utilized to bring 2.5 on air if 8T8R equipment is unavailable or does not make monetary sense.
Nokia Mini Macro 2.5 Triband Antenna on Ericsson NV Macro (note decaport triband antenna & Nokia Mini Macro)
Nokia Mini Macro 2.5 on Ericsson NV Macro
(note 2 coax rf jumpers coming off the top of the eNB)
Nokia Mini Macro 2.5 on Samsung NV Macro
Nokia Mini Macro 2.5 on Alcatel-Lucent NV Macro
As you guys are all excited to find a 10mhz carrier, I found a small cell popping up in the storage room at my office. They replaced the power panel the other day and brought in fiber. Today they are putting the hole in the roof (and patching the leak around the boiler.)
Yesterday evening I had a notification that I had an update to "Carrier Services" in the Google Play store. Any idea what this might be for, given that Google doesnt exactly give great descriptions of these sort of things. I figured it must be something vaguely Sprint related, but wanted to see if anyone here had any insights.
Here's AT&T Band 5 in Prince William County: https://imgur.com/a/A6x70Xe
I tried locking to Band 5 in other places a few times along the way and did not see any additional Band 5. This site also has Band 14, on top of the displayed 17/2/4/30. I wonder if it has Band 66 as well. (Didn't think to check.)
Couldn't get a good look at the antenna as it was getting dark and it was cloudy and I was on I-66. Sorry.