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  Reply # 565037 5-Jan-2012 21:52
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cisconz: I uset to have a GSM amp that backhauled in 900mHz and rebroadcast in 1800mHz.
This worked well untill I replaced it with a sure signal. shhhhh don't tell @johnr

Correct me if I'm wrong but we don't use 1800 for Cellular in NZ, do we?

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  Reply # 565040 5-Jan-2012 21:56
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cisconz: I uset to have a GSM amp that backhauled in 900mHz and rebroadcast in 1800mHz.
This worked well untill I replaced it with a sure signal. shhhhh don't tell @johnr

Correct me if I'm wrong but we don't use 1800 for Cellular in NZ, do we?


Both Vodafone and 2degrees use 1800MHz for GSM.

I suspect we'll also see an announcement of LTE in the 1800 band in the not too distant future.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 565056 5-Jan-2012 22:17
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Stay tuned, I will get a pic of one , in use, in NZ, and supplied by VFNZ.

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  Reply # 565076 5-Jan-2012 22:52
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kiwitrc: Stay tuned, I will get a pic of one , in use, in NZ, and supplied by VFNZ.


This be owned by Vodafone NZ and would of been installed by Vodafone NZ as well

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  Reply # 565077 5-Jan-2012 22:54
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codyc1515:
cisconz: I uset to have a GSM amp that backhauled in 900mHz and rebroadcast in 1800mHz.
This worked well untill I replaced it with a sure signal. shhhhh don't tell @johnr

Correct me if I'm wrong but we don't use 1800 for Cellular in NZ, do we?


1800mhz has been used for 10+ years in NZ

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  Reply # 565078 5-Jan-2012 22:54
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johnr:
codyc1515:
cisconz: I uset to have a GSM amp that backhauled in 900mHz and rebroadcast in 1800mHz.
This worked well untill I replaced it with a sure signal. shhhhh don't tell @johnr

Correct me if I'm wrong but we don't use 1800 for Cellular in NZ, do we?


1800mhz has been used for 10+ years in NZ

Yes, the other guy mentioned. My bad... Embarassed



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  Reply # 565134 6-Jan-2012 06:56
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kiwitrc: Stay tuned, I will get a pic of one , in use, in NZ, and supplied by VFNZ.


This be owned by Vodafone NZ and would of been installed by Vodafone NZ as well


Correct, so any idea what frequencies it covers?

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  Reply # 565135 6-Jan-2012 06:58
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kiwitrc:
johnr:
kiwitrc: Stay tuned, I will get a pic of one , in use, in NZ, and supplied by VFNZ.


This be owned by Vodafone NZ and would of been installed by Vodafone NZ as well


Correct, so any idea what frequencies it covers?


They do the all 2G 900/1800 and 3G 900/2100



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  Reply # 565136 6-Jan-2012 07:00
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kiwitrc:
johnr:
kiwitrc: Stay tuned, I will get a pic of one , in use, in NZ, and supplied by VFNZ.


This be owned by Vodafone NZ and would of been installed by Vodafone NZ as well


Correct, so any idea what frequencies it covers?


They do the lot


Great thanks.

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  Reply # 565138 6-Jan-2012 07:03
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FYI they are now no longer installed on private property and Vodafone NZ always remain owner of the unit and there are very strict requirements before a mini repeater is installed

John



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  Reply # 565140 6-Jan-2012 07:08
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OK, requirement is for a company site where we get crap 3G coverage, either this or gulp, going to the dark side where the coverage from their network is good.

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  Reply # 565141 6-Jan-2012 07:11
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How many connections does the company have on a corporate account?



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  Reply # 565143 6-Jan-2012 07:13
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13

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  Reply # 565145 6-Jan-2012 07:15
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kiwitrc: 13


Corporate 13 are you sure?

Please look into Sure Signal there are 2 units



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  Reply # 565146 6-Jan-2012 07:18
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Will get onto it when I get back to work.

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