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Mitch Wagner 3/30/2015 | 11:03:48 AM
Re: Make lemonade No, our house is a giant shoe. A lemon would be ridiculous. 
ErynLeavens 3/27/2015 | 6:30:44 PM
Re: Make lemonade a.k.a. Your house?
Mitch Wagner 3/27/2015 | 5:53:10 PM
Make lemonade How about the world's largest lemon -- just a few miles from the Light Reading West Coast Bureau!
ErynLeavens 3/17/2015 | 1:05:58 PM
Re: You forgot Everest! Well now I can't believe it either. Too obvious to remember, probably.
ErynLeavens 3/17/2015 | 1:03:03 PM
Re: You forgot Everest! I'm glad to know someone is taking action! These slideshows aren't just for fun, after all. ;)
ErynLeavens 3/17/2015 | 1:01:21 PM
Re: You forgot Everest! I really love not having to worry about WiFi when I go to the moon. One less thing to pack.
sarahthomas1011 3/17/2015 | 12:18:56 PM
Re: You forgot Everest! Nice! This reminded me of our recent infographic on the world's most extreme WiFi hotspots...arguably as important as small cells. Thanks to WiFi APs, there is WiFi on the moon, Mount Everest, the North Pole, and probably a lot of these places we're throwing out too. http://www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=711270
TeleWRTRLiz 3/17/2015 | 11:50:12 AM
Re: You forgot Everest! What about the Great Wall? I bet there is a small cell there. 
KitKilgour 3/17/2015 | 11:40:27 AM
Re: You forgot Everest! I believe that China Mobile have a microcell somewhere on the way up on the Chinese side - but a little way from the top.

Similarly (but lower) there is a micorcell at the Junfrau Joch (~ 3400 metres) in Switzerland to provide services to those tourists coming up on the train. However, I have verified that it is (just) receivable on the summit of the Jungfrau itself at 4100m+
KitKilgour 3/17/2015 | 11:33:02 AM
Re: rural and reallllly remote It depends where you need coverage and how concnetrated it is. Small(er) cells are easier to power by solar panels, for instance, inclding the bachaul - a macro cell is quite environmentally expensive
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