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Topic # 7431 14-Apr-2006 09:22
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Hi Wooshers,

  How does one identify a Woosh basestation out in the street?   Is there a map or list of their locations?

Cheers,  Ricky.

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Reply # 32992 14-Apr-2006 09:24
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Do a search on google once you have seen one they stand out like dogs balls

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Reply # 32994 14-Apr-2006 09:47
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OK can't find anything on google anymore there use to be a guy called James Pole that ran a site with images and address's and this has now gone.

Do you live in Auckland as I know where many are around here?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 32995 14-Apr-2006 10:25
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I'll just put a photo online of the Woosh site around the corner from me. This was taken while it was still under construction so it missing the microwave horn.

All new freestanding (ie not mounted on a building) Woosh sites now use the indentical masts.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/14199133@N00/128106221/



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  Reply # 32998 14-Apr-2006 14:18
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    >Do you live in Auckland as I know where many are around here?<

Auckland?   Up north somewhere isn't that? <BG>.  I'm in Wellington.

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  Reply # 32999 14-Apr-2006 14:19
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    >I'll just put a photo online of the Woosh site around the corner from me.<

Thanks , they look familiar now.

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Reply # 33000 14-Apr-2006 14:25
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OK

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