Credit goes to Scott Reed at NewWays for this design.
Archive for the ‘Towers’ Category
Proof that an ALL DC setup is a good thing. This sits at a tower site out in the boonies almost.
AT&T’s new Remote Mobility Zone, for disaster-struck areas, packs a portable cellular system into a suitcase. Usually, cellphone companies send their own trucks with mobile cell towers and backhaul. AT&T’s new product, designed for first responders, allows police and emergency workers to set up a cell site in less than 30 minutes, with satellite backhaul. [...]
lightRadio: hideous cell towers to get smaller, lose the “hut”. Excerpt from the article: The end result of the system: lightRadio cell towers don’t need huts, they don’t need air conditioners and heaters, big amps, fans, or even local processing gear. Baseband processing moves closer to the data center model and gets cool new capabilities [...]
If anyone is looking for a good downtilt calculator Terabeam has a good one here…
http://www.fccinfo.com/fccinfo_google_earth.php Shows all the registered towers in the country. Very good for finding which towers are close and their registration numbers. Will fill up your map very quickly so beware. Requires alot of resources from Google Earth.
SPLAT! A Terrestrial RF Path Analysis Application For Linux/Unix. SPLAT! is an RF Signal Propagation, Loss, And Terrain analysis tool for the spectrum between 20 MHz and 20 GHz. Applications of SPLAT! include site engineering, wireless network design, amateur radio communications, frequency coordination, communication system design, and terrestrial analog and digital television and radio broadcasting