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  Reply # 1905750 22-Nov-2017 13:02
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To quantify the comments regarding congestion though for those following , Tedzart is on the edge of two sectors, one congested (with upgrades planned to resolve this) and one that is still in the acceptable range.

 



 

On my personal end, I'll be down in fielding over Christmas, May look to travel down to Foxton for a visit of the area.

 



From a much earlier post on ADSL I "think" l know roughly where tezart is. Is the congested sector the one pointing to the beach? What would the upgrade entail? A Spark outlet told me it would need another cell site. That interests me more from the point of phone coverage. It's a lot easier to compensate for coverage with a fixed modem.

 

Yes, that is the sector which is congested.

 

 

 

Thing to remember is the Modem isn't doing CA AFAIK.

 

where as mobile devices are, which would hide the "disconnect" (the tower's L700 and L1800 are slightly off angle)





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  Reply # 1905752 22-Nov-2017 13:03
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Linux: Upgrade would not be a complete new site but adding I suspect a new 4G band to it

So if the site only has band28 go and add band3 to take load off band28

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Tower has L700 and L1800.

 

 

 

in this case, given coverage for that area, It is planned to add another tower.





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  Reply # 1905754 22-Nov-2017 13:05
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What about adding L2100 and L2600?

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  Reply # 1905767 22-Nov-2017 13:30
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Linux: What about adding L2100 and L2600?

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Viable options, however in this case i'd certainly support another tower - It adds coverage on a beach, never a bad thing. Search and rescue and all...

 

 

 

L2300 or L2600 would be the option for us though ;)





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  Reply # 1905776 22-Nov-2017 13:43
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L2300 might be limited due to hardware support but new coverage and off loading the capacity to anoter site is even better

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Linux: L2300 might be limited due to shareware support but new coverage and off loading the capacity to anoter site is even better

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Fair point, More was mentioning we don't do L2100...





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