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Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by Yankees368, Jun 16, 2005.
None that I am aware of. Will keep you posted though.
Not every building owner wants to host antennas though. Many are worried about health risks and other things.
Are you sure that that is a Sprint monopole? Is it next to a highway?
Sprint does own a monopole around the area, but it's not the tower that i use.
I was refering to the one that you said seem to have no need of being there.
Hopefully they will get smarter here, but as of right now, there are only a few big buildings downtown, which include hotels (Ritz Carlton, County Courthouse, and office buildings).
I bet when they put up that hotel, the people that used that tower were .
So can someone explain to me how to do this?
How to field test?
All you do is get close to a Sprint site, and maybe drive 360 degrees around it, even if you're doing that like a block away from it, and you will note 3 different PN offsets, those are three offsets that site transmits. Is that what you were looking for?
AS to how to force your phone to debug menu I have no idea.
I am trying to figure out how to read the debug screen. There are a lot of flashing numbers and letters on the screen. What is an example of a PN offset?
Hmm, then I don't know what will happen.
Verizon and Sprint must somehow compensate for this problem, since my friend gets good signals in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami on Sprint.
That may require some deep searching here and at Hofo. Anybody know how to read this of hand?