LEAVE THE SMALL CELL ALONE. I HAVE PROOF FROM THE COUNTY WHERE THE SMALL CELL IS.
- Are you sure the place you pinned has the only antenna that is associated with that eNB? I'm afraid based on the coverage map it does not look like what you said. --Qmeng (talk) 22:51, 18 July 2021 (UTC)
- I know the small cell is there, no need to tell me this. The problem is cell 12 which was found very close to eNB 109163. I haven't checked Trellis Ln but I'm pretty sure another small cell was built in that area, not the rooftop you pinned. The other one shares the same eNB across multiple wood area, it is inappropriate to pin that eNB on the rooftop, because that is not the only place this eNB exists. --Qmeng (talk) 23:04, 18 July 2021 (UTC)
If you would have just communicated this with me that would have been nice, why would you delete the SC after trying to constantly edit? Now I have to switch phones to go map it again.
I'm new to cellmapper and when someone came behind and deleted my work it kinda pissed me off.
- You are not new to this project. I tracked your first edit inside APG. BTW the eNB is not deleted. --Qmeng (talk) 23:09, 18 July 2021 (UTC)
Yeah because I used to work at APG- there's only 2 tower locations lol. ATT/T-Mobile on one, Verizon has their own.
Trellis Ln- From the county permit site there is another verizon SC on top of 3491 MERCHANT BLV, has yet to be mapped.
Why does it matter that I was inside APG?
- Because there were multiple trolls from West Virginia damaging the map at that time. Of course they don’t have DoD access. —Qmeng (talk) 23:23, 18 July 2021 (UTC)
Ah ok. Yeah the tmo tower there is correct, 2/4/66, but att is missing 14/30 on the map- probably 66 too. Can't map att because I have it on my iPhone via esim. Verizon I'm pretty sure is right, 13/66 because I can hardly get above 3 Mbps on postpaid, before depri.
Do you know where 409626 is? Or is that multiple cells sharing the same again?