22488RE: [coldwarcomms] Geolocation was Re: Adamsville
- Feb 1, 2012Many towers are listed despite not being required to. Not necessarily near
airports either. I see it at many of the sites I work at.
Depending on the actual service, Cellular, PCS or AWS, there are differing
rules on site locations. PCS and AWS have field strength limits at the
boundaries of their licenses and can pretty much do what they want for site
locations. The company I work for uses AWS spectrum and moves and adds sites
without notifying the FCC. Verizon does have their sites listed, or at least
the older sites, on their FCC licenses such as KNKA237.
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Subject: Re: [coldwarcomms] Geolocation was Re: Adamsville
On 2/1/12 5:16 PM, Blake Bowers wrote:
> Like any of them, GIGO. They are only as good as the info in the
Yes, that's my point.
a) Cell sites are not in ULS.
b) Towers under 200 ft are not in ASR [some exceptions, near airports.]
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