(perhaps off topic, but) Microwave Towers

Tim Pozar pozar at lns.com
Sat Jul 14 17:46:28 UTC 2018


Did it follow this route?

http://long-lines.net/places-routes/maps/MW6003.jpg

Tim

On 7/14/18 8:41 AM, Andy Ringsmuth wrote:
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>> On Jul 14, 2018, at 10:19 AM, Brian Kantor <Brian at ampr.org> wrote:
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>>>> I find myself driving down Route 66.  On our way through Arizona, I was surprised by what look like a lot of old-style microwave links.  They pretty much follow the East-West rail line - where I'd expect there's a lot of fiber buried.
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>> Could they be a legacy of the Southern Pacific Railroad Internal Network Telecommunications,
>> now known under the acronym SPRINT?
>> 	- Brian
>>
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> Not along Route 66 in Arizona. That generally parallels BNSF Railway, formerly the Santa Fe down there. Southern Pacific followed Interstate 10 much further south.
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