According to published reports in the Herald Democrat newspaper, Mobilitie lost twice last night at the Denison, Texas Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals. The Board ruled that Mobilitie lacked proper City authorizations and permits when it constructed two poles in Denison’s right of way late last December.
The HD article is well worth reading . . . → Read More: Bad Night for Mobilitie in Denison, Texas
WirelessEstimator.com picked up on my post from yesterday about how the Mobilitie hides the ball regarding its proposed pole heights. In fact, they illustrated their illuminating article with a great graphic:
Go read their interesting and informative article, which expands on my comments, by clicking here.
. . . → Read More: WirelessEstimator.com on Mobilitie
This post is part of my contribution to the ongoing public policy debate and discussions regarding the current Mobilitie build for Sprint. Mobilitie has developed the illustration shown in Figure 1, below, apparently as a way to show local governments and the public Mobilitie’s various pole configurations in at least block form. Most recently, a . . . → Read More: How a Key Mobilitie Graphic Spins a Not-so-Tall Tale
Mobilitie is deploying a variation of what I call its Pox-on-a-Pole™ design in the Los Angeles market. I call this new variation the Walrus™ design. Here’s a new Walrus recently installed in West Los Angeles on Wilshire Boulevard west of Barrington Avenue:
A Mobilitie “Walrus” design, a variation of the “Pox-on-a-Pole” design.
The . . . → Read More: Mobilitie’s “Walrus” Design
Back on May 27, 2016 Martha DeGrasse of RCR Wireless published a very interesting article titled, “Mobilitie to increase transparency for jurisdictions”. It’s well worth going back to (re)read her article about how Mobilitie’s President, Christos Karmis said his firm would use its own corporate name with local jurisdictions.
Huh? Use its own name? Why . . . → Read More: Mobilitie’s Increased Transparency is Somewhat Opaque
Mobilitie has built another new site in Los Angeles. This time it’s on Western Avenue just north of Hollywood Boulevard. I’ve added a few more than 40 new photos of this site in the Mobilitie section at CellTowerPhotos.com.
Truly a thing of beauty, not. Mobilitie on Western Ave. just north of Hollywood Blvd. Photo . . . → Read More: Another L.A. Mobilitie Site Goes Up-ish
(June 8, 2016) Today the Wall Street Journal is running an article titled, “Sprint’s Wireless Fix: More Telephone Poles” by Ryan Knutson. The subhead is, “Plan to improved network delayed as communities struggle with the unusual antenna requests.” The article describes Mobilitie’s troubled start building the next Sprint network, including putting in facilities without benefit . . . → Read More: Wall Street Journal on the Mobilitie Build for Sprint
This is a hold-the-date announcement that there will be a national government-side conference call regarding Mobilitie scheduled for June 21st at 2-3 p.m. Eastern Time. More details to follow in just a couple of days, but you’re going to want to have your planning and public works people on this call.
(I might happen to . . . → Read More: National Conference Call on Mobilitie Scheduled 6/21
Here’s another Mobilitie site in Los Angeles marked up by component. This photo also clearly shows the GPS antenna connected to the RRU. As with the prior posted photo, the design of this site leaves lots to be desired, especially given how long it is likely to remain in the right of way (unless, of . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a Mobilitie Site for Sprint – Part 2
With the commencement of the California Utility Pole Authority … Mobilitie … Interstate Transport and Broadband build in the City of Los Angeles, this seems like a good time to give you a tour of what [insert your favorite nom de plume here] is actually building on City of Los Angeles street lights.
In words, . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a Mobilitie Site for Sprint