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    Is this small cell an At&T ?

    The one with the street light not lite up ?
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    Yeah that’s AT&T, Verizon on the left with 5G.


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    Stand in between and nourish them tumors.

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    Unhappy Too close for comfort

    Quote Originally Posted by gedster314 View Post
    Stand in between and nourish them tumors.
    Yes, I personally don't like the excess of small cells that companies are deploying. All things considered they will transmit high amounts of power continuously because they're communicating with hundreds if not thousands of phones at the same time, all with varying amounts of signal strength.

    When I was in Charlotte, NC one was deployed on a street pole yet there was a balcony less than 1 meter away from it, you could literally reach out and touch it. I doubt that is safe...

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    I would love to be the one with that balcony! The signal must be amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by @Class View Post
    All things considered they will transmit high amounts of power continuously because they're communicating with hundreds if not thousands of phones at the same time, all with varying amounts of signal strength.
    Yes, I was surprised how much RF energy is emitted from small cells. I have never seen a signal meter pegged @ -45 dbm with LTE.Name:  Screenshot_20190922-191316.jpg
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