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Topic # 29853 21-Jan-2009 15:10
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I am trying to find an accurate site with NZ cell site locations as approved by MED etc. The site i have seen was hopeless. I am hoping to use this to map out locations of cells for some future work and so far apart from locating myself its pretty hard to find them.

I have a google maps file of Voda sites from a year or so ago but nothing with Telecom / Voda & NZ Comms.

Any ideas???





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  Reply # 191093 21-Jan-2009 16:30
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Have you looked at the NZ broardband map?  It has network area's.



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  Reply # 191108 21-Jan-2009 17:10
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hellonearthisman: Have you looked at the NZ broardband map?  It has network area's.


I have in the past, only showed vague info on Vodafone. I really want accurate info. I know networks are cagey but reality is the public are entitled to know where sites are, i am using this for a person project. Ok i am a towerspotter but at least having GPS co ordinates would be better than nothing.





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  Reply # 191109 21-Jan-2009 17:36
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This site is not prob what you are looking for but you maybe able to peice together as you said put a pin on the map.

This site sems to be not being updated.

http://nzcellsites.wordpress.com/

You would think there would be a list.




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  Reply # 191113 21-Jan-2009 18:15
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The MED website has everything - either using the online SMART database or the Prism extract.


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  Reply # 191409 22-Jan-2009 23:25
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sbiddle:

The MED website has everything - either using the online SMART database or the Prism extract.



Go to http://spectrumonline.med.govt.nz/
Do a licence search for your district, and cellphone frequency range. Click search and it will give you mapping locations - Gps too i think




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  Reply # 192465 28-Jan-2009 12:59
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raytaylor:
sbiddle:

The MED website has everything - either using the online SMART database or the Prism extract.



Go to http://spectrumonline.med.govt.nz/
Do a licence search for your district, and cellphone frequency range. Click search and it will give you mapping locations - Gps too i think


Thanks i have used this site, great has helped almost locate most sites and mark them in Google earth but there are alot of new and existing CDMA sites that are not shown or listed.

Having the ability to see 2100 sites as well as all of the paid for w850 sites is handy also. its a big project, i will end upo doing all 3 networks over time, Telecom first and NZ Comms and then add to Vodafones which i already have thanks to a contact.





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