Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Tower/Antenna Locations

We have a map up now of possible wifi antenna and/or tower locations. Not all of the locations noted on the map will end up having an antenna. The actual locations will be further refined and determined as we start building it out and we have detailed data on signal coverage.

In addition, we'll be deploying access points in various locations around the main antenna's to fill out some of the holes and increase signal strength in problem areas.

Andy Hall


At 13/4/07 1:59 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I live around Raceway Road and 700 North. Is this an area that is covered?

At 17/4/07 8:50 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

how does the map tell us if we are covered? it just shows where the towers are located. i can see the tower but can't get a signal

At 19/4/07 12:21 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Apparently, you post a question just to see the words you typed. None of these questions have been answered

At 22/4/07 9:18 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

When are they going to install the tower inside the race track?

At 22/4/07 1:47 PM , Blogger Moving Target Technologies said...

To answer some of the questions (best I can anyway):
- Raceway Road & 700 North, this area will be covered but is not yet. We have been directed to focus on more public (parks, etc.) and business areas (shopping, business, and resturant areas) first then migrate to the residential/rural areas

- The maps don't currently show actual coverage and the main reason is that real coverage will vary greatly depending upon buildings, structures, trees, and the actual equipment you are using. Over time, we'll be able to increase density of antennas creating a lot of overlap and this issue will reduce dramatically.

- "Race Track", by this I assume you mean O'Reilly Raceway Park. We were hoping to get some antennas located inside the park last year but the town wasn't able to come to an agreement with them. But, we are optimistic we'll be able to work something out this spring/summer and get some antennas there to help provide wifi and wireless coverage.

Thanks for the questions!

Andy Hall

At 2/5/07 5:11 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you planning on building up on 267 around the Fayette border? We have nothing but dial-up around that area.


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