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Topic # 24039 13-Jul-2008 21:57
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I am wondering where i can access actual physical site locations for all of Telecoms sites in the South Island and eventually in the north?

i am hoping to locate sites for directional antenna pointing across the country.

I have been told you can get GPS Locations but i am unsure - if you have any ideas please PM me if this needs to be kept low key






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  Reply # 147675 14-Jul-2008 10:09
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This has been answered in your vodafone version of the thread.




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  Reply # 148374 16-Jul-2008 00:24
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My thought would be the Radio Spectrum Managment website
www.rsm.govt.nz

Check out Spectrumonline under the resources menu
or http://spectrumonline.med.govt.nz/

By entering in the location, and the lower & upper frequencies (of the network you want info on), you should be able to find them.
It will also give you the location details. i dont know how accurate this is but the location is given in the form of
Latitude:
-39.6826540
176.8203430

I dont know much about geography but that looks like an accurate figure to me. I havent checked it though in google earth.


If you are interested in radio scanning, the spectrumonline website is awesome for figuring out what your radio scanner has picked up.




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