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1 of the best monopines

sprint with both iden & cdma technology

1 of the best monopines
rfforeman, Sep 29, 2007
san marino
Location / Street Address:
huntington library
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    • larry
      Hey this is awesome! I was wondering when Sprint was going to do the Huntington Library site. Did you just take this one recently? Sprint shows an on air date of February 2008 for it. I hope that's wrong.

      Also I heard that this was going to be a multi carrier site. I guess that means Sprint got the highest location?
    • rfforeman
      Yeah, we recently finished this site. The iden equipment is on site but the rumor is that the cdma equipment isnt going to be in until after the first of the year. this pole is set up for 3 carriers sprint is in the middle at 80'. At&t has the top and metro pcs on bottom, but sprint is the only 1 there so far.
    • larry
      It's weird how they favor IDEN at some of these sites. They just did one on Sheila St. in the city of Commerce that was supposed to be a synergy site but all they did was the IDEN to start. Wouldn't it make sense to do them both at the same time? CDMA is the most important but yet they don't always treat it that way.
    • rfforeman
      well iden coverage has always been bad, the top is built out with both iden and cdma, there just missing the cabinet inside which is how its been. I think maybe they have a shortage on equipment just like t-mobile is having lately.
    • larry
      Ah ok. Glad to hear the CDMA panels are installed on the tower. It shouldn't be too hard to drop in that equipment later as long as they made room for it.
    • RadioFoneGuy
      good looking pine, hopefully the other carriers wont screw it up and paint there antennas a shade of green that doesnt exist in nature like alot of those mono pines have
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