Christmas miracle or 5G rollout?

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Re: Christmas miracle or 5G rollout?

Post by JR. » Fri Dec 27, 2019 2:07 pm

mediatechnology wrote:
Fri Dec 27, 2019 12:23 pm
It's 1.88 miles from your dead tree to the tower.
the one with a come along hanging off it? After new years I an getting serious about taking my chain saw to it.
Yeah that one, next to the convenience store facing '80.
stop and puke...
I think I would really like Hickory...
I am used to Hickory and it is used to me... Last time I looked for somewhere else to live, every single place i looked into was way more expensive than here.

Now that I have decent cell service, there is one less reason to relocate. :lol:
Are those groves around you fruit or nuts?
Pecans?
I don't know of any local groves, the popular trees to farm around here are pine for pulp wood... so lots of pine trees around planted in rows of straight lines.
This is a great map viewer:
http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html
I was thinking my cell tower was over by the exit... it looks like it is well east of that exit so a much closer straight shot to my house as the crow flies... that also means my outdoor antenna (Yagi) may be pointed slightly west, but not much.

JR
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Re: Christmas miracle or 5G rollout?

Post by mediatechnology » Fri Dec 27, 2019 3:45 pm

There's also a site at Gentry Road about 3 mi at a bearing of about 315° which is Sprint.

Bingo: Farther West, about 4.38 miles, is Cingular's Site: http://www.antennasearch.com/sitestart. ... _number=11
Ownership Info
Licensee Contact
Company: AT&T MOBILITY LLC
Contact: Cecil J Mathew
Phone: (855)699-7073
Email: FCCMW@att.com

Address: 208 S Akard St., RM 1015
Dallas, TX, 75202

Licensee
Company: NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC
Contact: Not Recorded
Phone: (855)699-7073
Email: FCCMW@att.com

Attn: Leslie Wilson
Address: 208 S Akard St., RM 1016
Dallas, TX, 75202

Transmitter Characteristics
Service Type: Cellular
Call Sign: KNKQ298
Latitude: 32.3428
Longitude: -89.0953
Structure Type: NA
Status: Unknown
Date Constructed: NA

Ground Elev: 354.0 feet
Height Of Structure: 300.9 feet
Overall Height: 319.9 feet
Structure Address: 13568 HWY 80 (77144)
Newton, MS

Transmitter Frequencies
Emmitter Class Freq(Num) Freq(Mhz) Power(Output) Power(Radiated)
1 1 880.02 NA 141w
2 835.02 NA 141w
3 891.51 NA 141w
4 846.51 NA 141w
2 1 880.02 NA 141w
2 835.02 NA 141w
3 891.51 NA 141w
4 846.51 NA 141w
3 1 880.02 NA 141w
2 835.02 NA 141w
3 891.51 NA 141w
4 846.51 NA 141w
BTW You might find this site interesting: https://www.usends.com/80.html
US 80 passed (passes?) just north of me in Oak Cliff.
I-20 is a couple of miles to the South.
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Re: Christmas miracle or 5G rollout?

Post by JR. » Fri Dec 27, 2019 5:21 pm

mediatechnology wrote:
Fri Dec 27, 2019 3:45 pm


BTW You might find this site interesting: https://www.usends.com/80.html
US 80 passed (passes?) just north of me in Oak Cliff.
I-20 is a couple of miles to the South.
I have some extra history about "old Highway 80" as it's known around here. After 9/11 some employees of United airlines organized a flag carrying event by runners to trace the intended route of one of the downed planes. By this time I was available and my knee still worked, so I volunteered to carry old glory for several miles from Hickory to the next town over (Newton).

The relay run was over-subscribed so I ran with one or two other runners, I let them take turns carrying the flag, but I was the alpha dog for my leg.

This is a little (almost) forgotten piece of Old Hwy 80 history... 80 runs parallel to I-20 but is much safer to run.

JR
Don't only half-ass tune your drums. Visit https://circularscience.com to hear what properly "cleared" drums sound like.

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