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  # 2304128 22-Aug-2019 19:26
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That's why I said "RCG Licenses" ;)


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  # 2304178 22-Aug-2019 19:43
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hio77:

 

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RCG Licenses = Orange.

 

 

Except that includes sites that aren't live such as the VFNZ Bethells beach tower ;)

 

 

@hio77 OMG Bethells Beach sooooo many complaints when I was at Vodafone about no mobile coverage here from the locals but the locals were the ones blocking the build of a new site!

 

I am sure the locals smoke toooo much of the green stuff


 
 
 
 


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  # 2304191 22-Aug-2019 20:29
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hio77:

 

stubbed:

 

https://gis.geek.nz/GG3.0.png

 

RCG Licenses = Orange.

 

 

Except that includes sites that aren't live such as the VFNZ Bethells beach tower ;)

 

 

@hio77 OMG Bethells Beach sooooo many complaints when I was at Vodafone about no mobile coverage here from the locals but the locals were the ones blocking the build of a new site!

 

I am sure the locals smoke toooo much of the green stuff

 

 

Yeah... with the wireless network all installed around here it's quite funny.

 

 

 

the are very sensitive to knowing it's 5ghz radios. they hear 5G and oh boy...

 

There were requests for a EMF reader recently..

 

 

 

In saying that, @chorusnz recently finished their fibre installation to the conklin.

 

 

 

Here is hoping RCG sees an option in that and shoves a tower right next to the cabinet (low costs for fibre install then) ;)

 

I'm still keen for the current potentional site to have a fibre run not a MW link, purely for my own self benefit of doing a "oh while your down there.... why not throw me a fibre"





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  # 2304273 22-Aug-2019 22:02
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RCG Licenses = Orange.



Any chance RCG could be added to the main screen, maybe replace Woosh :-)

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  # 2304312 23-Aug-2019 07:21
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The current website is basically dead / grandfathered. With the Google Graveyard adding Fusion Tables in December I have to rebuild the whole site using other map tiling tools. If you're interested have a quick read of this and/or this.

 

tl;dr Should have a beta version of the website up live late October with new website supporting RCG / 5G November.


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  # 2304799 23-Aug-2019 16:30
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A couple of RCG towers.

 

SH16 South of Wellsford

 

 

 

Te Arai

 

 

 

 





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  # 2304800 23-Aug-2019 16:35
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Pretty 🤩

 

Anyone know what hardware they're using? There's nothing of interest associated with the licenses.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2304807 23-Aug-2019 16:53
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Pretty 🤩


Anyone know what hardware they're using? There's nothing of interest associated with the licenses.


Totally is huawei




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  # 2304855 23-Aug-2019 17:12
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hio77:
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Pretty 🤩


Anyone know what hardware they're using? There's nothing of interest associated with the licenses.


Totally is huawei

Ah, so not 5G capable lol




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  # 2304892 23-Aug-2019 19:47
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Pretty 🤩

 

Anyone know what hardware they're using? There's nothing of interest associated with the licenses.

 

 

 

 

From the press release 

 

"The RCG network uses Nokia 4G Multi Operator Core Network (MOCN)   "


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  # 2304894 23-Aug-2019 19:57
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hio77:
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Pretty 🤩

 

 

 

Anyone know what hardware they're using? There's nothing of interest associated with the licenses.

 


Totally is huawei

 

@hio77 I thought it was Nokia @coffeebaron So 5G coming soon :P


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  # 2304966 23-Aug-2019 22:47
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hio77:
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Pretty 🤩


 


Anyone know what hardware they're using? There's nothing of interest associated with the licenses.



Totally is huawei


@hio77 I thought it was Nokia @coffeebaron So 5G coming soon :P


Uh. Guess the sarcasm wasn't clear?




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  # 2305371 24-Aug-2019 16:56
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hio77:

 

stubbed:

 

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RCG Licenses = Orange.

 

 

Except that includes sites that aren't live such as the VFNZ Bethells beach tower ;)

 

 

 

 

Vodafone has had a license for there since 2015 on Jonkers Road.

 

Is there not a tower there?


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  # 2305433 24-Aug-2019 17:51
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atomeara:

hio77:


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RCG Licenses = Orange.



Except that includes sites that aren't live such as the VFNZ Bethells beach tower ;)



 


Vodafone has had a license for there since 2015 on Jonkers Road.


Is there not a tower there?



What part of NZ is this?

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  # 2305436 24-Aug-2019 17:56
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atomeara:

hio77:


stubbed:


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RCG Licenses = Orange.



Except that includes sites that aren't live such as the VFNZ Bethells beach tower ;)



 


Vodafone has had a license for there since 2015 on Jonkers Road.


Is there not a tower there?



LOL nope. They have just had the licence since then.

It got a lot of backlash from locals once the licence showed up.




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