Testing Upgraded CBRS Equipment and
Updated Coverage Area
Blue Area: If your address is in the blue area then we should test to see if your home is currently serviceable.
Note: Some homes not in blue will be serviceable and some homes in the blue area won’t be serviceable, but this does show the general coverage area.
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- Top picture shows an installation with trees between the tower and the house.
- Second row left picture shows testing equipment.
- Second row right shows work on the Dorsett Silo, if you have a Silo with power and want to be a hub location let us know.
- Third row shows how our customers sometimes need to install a pole on their property in order to get signal. This customer was able to get >70 Mbps download by installing the pole.
- The bottom row shows the beautiful sky over our equipment on another silo in Orange County.
Streets with Customers
Ajack Latta Ave
Blue Jay Way
Boone Village Trl
Carr Store Rd
Caviness Jordan Rd
Clark Farm Rd
Coleman Loop Rd
Covey Creek Rd
Curtis Bane Rd
Edmund Latta Rd
Efland Cedar Grove Rd
Faucette Mill Rd
Fern Creek Ln
Frank Perry Rd
Halls Mill Rd
Henry Meadows Ln
Highland Farm Rd
Hurdle Mills Rd
Jordan Oaks Dr
Joshua Tree Ln
Lees Chapel Rd
Old Stone Rd
Parc Jardin Dr
Powder Mill Rd
Red Hat Rd
Roberts Creek Dr
St. Marys Rd
Thomas Berry Way
Vista Wood Dr
Walnut Grove Church Rd
White Oak Farms Rd
If your home isn’t currently serviceable and you can’t wait for us to get to your location, we offer a cellular solution for home Internet.
Prices start at $149.99 a month with a 14 day trial period.
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Site Survey Process: How Our Equipment Works
What is a Site Visit?
When we come out to conduct a site visit, one of our team members brings a portable version of our equipment to your home or business. We use that equipment to test different areas of your yard, and sometimes your roof. We are testing to see if our portable equipment can communicate with the equipment that we have on the tall structures around the county.
When we perform our scans we are checking to see if we can receive strong enough signal between our transmitting equipment and your property. There are a few possible outcomes from these scans:
- You DO have line of sight and we are able to provide you with service
- You DO NOT have line of sight and we are not currently able to provide you with service
- You do not have line of sight; but if you place an elevation point high enough, like a pole, on your property, then we will be able to provide you with service.
- You do not have line of sight to our current infrastructure, but perhaps a home or other building does have line of sight to our equipment and to your property. If so, we could use that location as a HUB.
Leslie and Bronson performing site tests from the ground and from the roof. Note: Most locations won’t require a test from the roof.
What is a Hub or MicroPoP?
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