>Where did Bozeman Mt.get its long distance pre fiber? Is there Coax nearby? AT&T
>longlines? Other carrier?
A good route map reference to start with would be AT&T Long Lines Routes, Montana, January 1971.
Note the J-carrier/open-wire cable routes.
>I found Qwest's Bozeman junction on the FCC license site, and the horn is up but
>dormant downtown. Downtown feeds a reflector to the junction ten miles from
>town, but I cant find the paths into the junction.
Bozeman Main/WHR275 had a path to Three Forks/WIV52.
Bozeman Main/KVH80 had a path to Bozeman Jct/KPS45 via Bozeman PR.
Bozeman Jct/KOV49 had paths to Big Timber/KOV48 & Three Forks/KOV50.
Bozeman Jct/KPS45 had a path to Livingston/KPS46(?). (Based on the 1971/1979 route maps)
Note: Livingston/KPS46 currently has an active path to Deep Creek/KPY42 via Livingston PR.
--- In email@example.com, "lasertower" <osr@...> wrote:
> Where did Bozeman Mt.get its long distance pre fiber? Is there Coax nearby? AT&T longlines? Other carrier?
> I found Qwest's Bozeman junction on the FCC license site, and the horn is up but dormant downtown. Downtown feeds a reflector to the junction ten miles from town, but I cant find the paths into the junction.
> Bozeman is a biking/hiking town, so boss did not give me a rental car this trip.
> There is tonnes of private long and short haul microwave here, its a big business in this town. Take a look at "Cutthroat Communications" via google, its impressive for a small company. Its not the only microwave provider here, either. The town is studded with short towers with dishes.
> There is actually massive amounts of fiber here, running along I90.
> PS, I'm blessed my boss stuck me with a bike, lots of beautiful women out here riding and jogging.