In the AWS/cellular context, TAFL is Industry Canada's list of all base stations in operation, as submitted by the spectrum licensee the month prior.
The underlying database is Industry Canada's Assignment and Licensing System (ALS)
A subset of the ALS is published monthly as the Technical and Administrative Frequency Lists (TAFL)
Real-time access to the AWS/cellular data of ALS is provided by Spectrum Direct's (SD) Geographical Area Search
Announced yesterday by @mobilicity
Yonge St. & Adelaide St. E
Announced by @stewartlyons
Bramalea Rd & Sandalwood Pkwy E, Brampton
As a vancouverite I'm a little peeved at the lack of vancouver towers added as compared to toronto.
"We have new cell sites in service at Warden Ave and Hwy 7 (Markham), Sandalwood Pkwy E and Bramalea Rd (Brampton), 80 Ave NE and 44 St NE (Calgary) and Calgary Airport (Calgary) to serve you better."
Am I incorrect or are these the first new Calgary towers for 2012?
The Loxcel cell tower map was updated this evening, with all Mobilicity towers.
This update represents the 441 sites and 1,341 antenna active, as of 1pm today.
Be sure to select "Mobilicity" or "New Mobilicity" from the drop down. (A New tower is one that didn't exist before 1-Jun-2012.)
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Loxcel, please take a look at your script that is declaring towers as "new". At least in Toronto, your map is showing some towers that have been there for more than 2 years as new. The one near Burnhamthore and Dundas and the one near Royal York and Dundas are a couple such examples. I was very skeptical when the map said that there were 86 new towers in the Toronto area, but I now know that some of those towers have been there a long time.
P.S. The Wind map is also showing many long time Wind towers (some existing since 2009) as "new".