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Topic # 222836 30-Aug-2017 22:45
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Vodafone, Spark and 2degrees got $250m from the govt to set up additional cell towers. Here're some videos from earlier this year.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1855555 30-Aug-2017 23:12
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Interesting snippets in the first video, impressed by stanners and Sherrif but Mouter was a plonker safe to say he didn't strike me with confidence.

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my issue with sharing transmitting gear is, would this not restrict capability to design network Quality?..

 

or would this cause a factor of crosstalk/bottlenecking? (I'm no RF Engineer..)

 

 

 

I'm one of those crazy people who run around with a bgan handy for low signal access and often travel out to the middle of nowhere making use of the best option on hand.

 

Often find that Provider X is better than provider Y down to their loading in the area or their intended signal propagation design..

 

 





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kornflake: Interesting snippets in the first video, impressed by stanners and Sherrif but Mouter was a plonker safe to say he didn't strike me with confidence.

 

Russell Stanners is a fantastic speaker comes across really good

 

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Wonder how much the noisefloor tax will be?





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  Reply # 1855674 31-Aug-2017 09:01
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hio77:

 

my issue with sharing transmitting gear is, would this not restrict capability to design network Quality?..

 

or would this cause a factor of crosstalk/bottlenecking? (I'm no RF Engineer..)

 

 

 

I'm one of those crazy people who run around with a bgan handy for low signal access and often travel out to the middle of nowhere making use of the best option on hand.

 

Often find that Provider X is better than provider Y down to their loading in the area or their intended signal propagation design..

 

 

 

 

 

 

They will be using MOCN (RAN sharing) so common RF infrastructure, with each telcos service seperated out at a lower transport level.

 

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I am told the moonshine valley site at 0:35 went flat due to lack of sun earlier this year. 





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