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ShoresGuy

GSM/UMTS site, Whitehall/Trafalgar Square

This is yet another GSM/UMTS location used by O2 (GSM), T-Mobile (GSM/UMTS) and 3 ("Three") UK (UMTS). It is at the corner of Whitehall (leading to Big Ben/Downing Street) and Trafalgar Square.

Tags:
GSM/UMTS site, Whitehall/Trafalgar Square
ShoresGuy, Oct 9, 2005
City:
London, UK
Location / Street Address:
Whitehall
Landmarks or cross street:
Trafalgar Square
ZIP Code:
WC2
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
No
Overall Height (in feet):
17 meters
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
CARRIER NOT ON THIS LIST
Carrier on 2nd highest antenna:
CARRIER NOT ON THIS LIST
Carrier on 3rd highest antenna:
CARRIER NOT ON THIS LIST
    • Gamer03
      Cool. Trafalgar Square. :D

      I remember going through there on a double-decker tour bus. :)
    • ShoresGuy
      Yep, my friend and I did so as well even though I was a bit jittery in taking the Tube since we passed through 2 of the stations where the July 7th attacks occurred.
    • Andy
      Did you see any microcells in the tube, Shoresguy?
    • ShoresGuy
    • Gamer03
      Did you notice more Bobbies patrolling the streets while in London?
    • ShoresGuy
      Nope, there were some on the streets but nothing than what I saw on a typical day while living & studying there from 2002-2004.
    • Gamer03
      Ok. I was just wondering since what they had the subway attacks and street attacks earlier this year.
    • Andy
      Thanks for the information, Shoresguy. I was thinking maybe at least the platforms were allowed to have microcells.
    • ShoresGuy
      On the deepline sections, this is definitely not the case. The deep lines are much deeper than the subsurface routes. The deep lines are the Piccadilly, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern, Central and Waterloo and City lines. The subsurface lines (District, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City) get some coverage at certain stations when the signal from a local tower at street level makes it down to the platform via the stairwells.
    • Andy
      Shoresguy, that's exaclty how it was back in the day in places like Stuttgart I think where there was no microcells in the U-Bahn, but you could often get a weak signal on the platforms if you were lucky from cells out on the street level.
    • ShoresGuy
      No doubt that has changed in most, if not all, German cities with U-Bahn systems.
    • RJB
      I would love to one day go there and visit.
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  • Category:
    Europe (EU)
    Uploaded By:
    ShoresGuy
    Date:
    Oct 9, 2005
    View Count:
    3,726
    Comment Count:
    18
  • Ground Level Altitude (in feet):
    15 meters
    Cell ID (CID) or ASR# or FCC#:
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