That's a valid reason though surely....Planning permission I suppose but I don't think they would accept "I WANT THE 5GS FOR MY INTERNETTTTTT" as a valid reason
Hehe, I challenge the local MP to have 4 people all with multiple devices online at once use 50Mbps internet and not pull their hair outThat's a valid reason though surely....
I submitted a similar coimoment with support for a Phase 8 recently to my local council.
My actuall comment was,
I support Three's application, the Hawkesley area severely lacks in mobile reception and this coverage addition will give options to residents for more reliable mobile service and also the option of another auperfast broadband provider
Atm I’m using my B535 in conjunction with an ECI Openreach modem (wish I’d got a huawei one but I can’t complain since I oly paid a pound for the ECI). This lets me get my BT connection into a decent router and when my connection fails it drops onto an EE Pay and go data sim. I bought one of the new Amazon only ones (£50 for 120GB that lasts a year (£4/mth for 10GB!) and I set up a direct debit so it’s due to double to 240GB next year!)I certainly don’t
The new monopoles are bloody massive, 20m high vs an 11m 4g mast.
What do the 5G masts look like?
I was under the impression that 5G masts are not big, but small, however there are more of them to cover an area. Is that right or are they like the old 4G/3G masts. How much area does one 5G mast cover?
Is there a way of checking what's planned for Birmingham and where the existing masts are?
These masts seem to be designed as an alternative to major mast sites that cover larger areas, the older designs of monopoles in history have been more local coverage infillers and unless we want 100,000's of the 11m ones knocking round ever corner the 20m ones are better option in my opinion.The new monopoles are bloody massive, 20m high vs an 11m 4g mast.
Not as easy as that unfortunately, I beleive existing radio kit needs some compatibility and highly likely up in Chester that it wouldn't be capable.hope if they just added 5G equipment to this
I honestly feel aggrieved by the facing of this mast.Not as easy as that unfortunately, I beleive existing radio kit needs some compatibility and highly likely up in Chester that it wouldn't be capable.
Vodafone seems to have hit a brick wall in my are with expanding 5G, and that is simply because there is nomore sites that can upgrade due to using 'too many' infill monopole sites.
As Vodafone and O2 over the years have only ever broadcast using low frequencies they are very much lacking in physical sites (specially rooftop or structures)
This is why EE is pretty much racing forward and Three also having access to a fair share of the same site space.
Aw that's pants, I'd have been devastated if my 3 pole of wonder had been refused sja0001.Somewhat disappointed today. The pole I thought was for a new 5g mast was for another reason and the 5g pole has been refused planning permission. Oh well, the wait goes on......