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How to Spot Samsung 64T64R Massive MIMO Active Antenna Unit

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1 hour ago, lilotimz said:

Samsung 2.5 MMU MT02P


(source: Samsung)

 

(source: FCC OET)

What are the other 3 in the picture?

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Factoid of the Day: Drones are great for photographing cell sites. 

Thanks @nowerlater!

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10 hours ago, lilotimz said:

Factoid of the Day: Drones are great for photographing cell sites. 

Thanks @nowerlater!

Then I assume some drone-shot cell cite photos are coming soon?!

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1 hour ago, clbowens said:

Then I assume some drone-shot cell cite photos are coming soon?!

They up top.

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20 hours ago, lilotimz said:

Factoid of the Day: Drones are great for photographing cell sites. 

Thanks @nowerlater!

They are! As a pilot though, I do respectfully request that you don't do that anywhere near an airport. 

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16 hours ago, Brad The Beast said:

They are! As a pilot though, I do respectfully request that you don't do that anywhere near an airport. 

Near an airport is defined as within 5 miles of one.  You can still probably fly, but you have to call and notify the Airport Operator or Air Traffic Control.

Also, don't forget to add while you are at it:

Be 13 years old. Need to register your drones with the FAA.  Need to mark the drone with its FAA number. Best to have an Armature Radio license just encase. Never fly above 400ft. Never fly over people. Never fly near emergency response efforts. And don't fly under the influence. 

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On 3/14/2019 at 5:26 PM, Brad The Beast said:

They are! As a pilot though, I do respectfully request that you don't do that anywhere near an airport. 

No where near an airport, I do have my license, and its registered with FAA.

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5 hours ago, nowerlater said:

No where near an airport, I do have my license, and its registered with FAA.

Ok, good. I love these pictures so keep on doing them!

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So will the new setups be a Massive MIMO unit that runs band 41 + 5G and an 8T8R antenna that does bands 25 & 26?

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5 minutes ago, Brad The Beast said:

So will the new setups be a Massive MIMO unit that runs band 41 + 5G and an 8T8R antenna that does bands 25 & 26?

Standard NV antenna and the m-mimo is broadcasting b41.

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So will the new setups be a Massive MIMO unit that runs band 41 + 5G and an 8T8R antenna that does bands 25 & 26?
Most should be.

It's also its more correct to say octoport as it's 4T4R 800 + 4T4R 1900 to an 8 port dual band antenna. Whereas an 8t8r 2.5 setup is like its name as an 8t8r radio is connected to an 8t8r antenna.

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