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bobolito

T-Mobile on small building

This is across a cemetery on Union Ave. in Totowa, NJ.

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T-Mobile on small building
bobolito, Apr 14, 2005
City:
Totowa
State:
New Jersey(NJ)
Location / Street Address:
Union Ave.
Landmarks or cross street:
Cemetery
ZIP Code:
07512
Structure Type:
Attached to or on a building
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
No
Antenna Use:
PCS 1900 MHz
Number of Carriers:
1
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
T-MOBILE
    • Shizam76
      Bobo......those are big panels.

      I thought all the 1900 MHz panels were skinny, not fat like this... :confused:
    • bobolito
      Not all 1900Mhz are skinny. I've seen some fat ones around and these aren't really that fat at all. What happens here is that this is a very small building, only two floors high, and when you see panels so close to ground level it looks like they are big, but 850Mhz panels are even bigger than that.

      Here's a better view of the building so you can see what I mean:
      [​IMG]
    • Shizam76
      Ah...yes, your second picture makes them look smaller. Never thought about it that way.....thanks :D
    • dougm
      I've never seen TMobile use 4 antennas per sector before, much less 3 per sector (at least in the places I've lived).
    • Andy
      I've seen them use two panels per sector on two sectors, but four panels on the third one, and there is room for a fifth one...probably for capacity...
    • ShoresGuy
      It makes you wonder what they need the extra capacity for at 1900 Mhz. I would think that a dual GSM 850/1900 or CDMA 800/1900 would need a few more sectorized panels.
    • bobolito
      I have to update all those pictures. T-Mobile has replaced all their old 4-panel sectors for 2-panel sectors.
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  • Category:
    New Jersey (NJ)
    Uploaded By:
    bobolito
    Date:
    Apr 14, 2005
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    Comment Count:
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  • Antenna Types:
    Sectorized

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