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Verizon LTE Panels?

Discussion in 'Cell Tower Hunting Club' started by TWX, Aug 6, 2011.

  1. TWX

    TWX Mobile Enthusiast
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    Hey Guys,

    Can someone identify these panels? Are they 3G antennas or LTE antennas? A few months ago some tower guys were up there changing things, but I'm in a rural area so I didn't think that VZW would switch out the antennas for LTE ones this early.

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  2. Yankees368

    Yankees368 Compulsive Signal Checker
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    I would very highly doubt it. The only other city in Michigan announced for LTE right now is Saginaw. I would be in the best position to tell you what a vzw LTE panel looks like in Michigan, but honestly, I can't. They seem to be different on every tower.
     
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  3. Nucleartx

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    3G, looks like 850mhz panels. LTE is wider and maybe a bit longer. They are very boxy looking.
     

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