Frontier Fiber Optic and 5G Internet Service
Update by Ginger
September 2, 2021
What ZEROHAWK has correct is that the 5G signal doesn’t go very far, hence the need to install relays every 1,000 ft (or less).
So they’re on utility poles everywhere. Brown boxes with wires going to half-round, cylinder or flat panel antennas.
Then there are huge network nodes, arrays with many antennas. Some are very obvious and some are disguised as trees.
See “exposure warning” notice which is posted on all relays and arrays. The fake “tree” is an AT&T installation in Tucker’s Grove Park and the white tower is a Verizon array on Kellogg near Cathedral Oaks Rd. They are everywhere. Ugly, but not dangerous if you keep your face three feet away.
By an edhat reader
August 29, 2021
Has anyone used Frontier fiber optic internet service in Santa Barbara and if so, could you share your experience. Their website claims you can get internet service with 500 mb/s upload and 500 mb/s download for $49.99 a month. This sounds pretty good. Maybe to good to be true.