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Per the photos, the backhaul is Fastback Networks IBR microwave radio. Nice radio! Truly does NLOS.

hey I have some pictures of a possible sprint small cell I m not equipment expert at all....can someone please help me out

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hey I have some pictures of a possible sprint small cell I m not equipment expert at all....can someone please help me out

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This is the best until I can take more

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Got an address?

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It's a distributed antenna system node. Looks like standard Verizon antennas.

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