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T-Mobile harvests the energy of the sun to power its cell tower signal

0. phoneArena 24 Sep 2010, 09:17 posted on

The carrier has placed its first eco cell phone tower, that is entirely fed with power via solar panels, in Chalfont, PA...

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:48

1. jbroots3 (Posts: 104; Member since: 29 Jan 2010)


rainy day = no signal fail

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 10:51

2. XxVerbalxX (unregistered)


Doesnt it hold a charge in case of that like most solar powered devices? Even so even on a cloudy day it isnt pitch black. if you can get a sunburn in it, u can use a solar panel in it.

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 13:35

5. jbroots3 (Posts: 104; Member since: 29 Jan 2010)


way to be over critical lol not a big deal.

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 12:26

3. frankthetank775 (unregistered)


WoW...some people should think before they post. How do you think it stays on at night...Hmmm maybe cause it charges. Oh by the way...just because there are clouds in the sky doesn't mean that the sun doesnt shine thru...or it would be as black as night on a rainy day. Rainy Day= still have signal. Win Power outage in the town= still have signal. Win. jbroots3 thining=epic fail

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 12:28

4. frankthetank775 (unregistered)


my spell check=fail...lol thinking

posted on 24 Sep 2010, 13:40

6. jbroots3 (Posts: 104; Member since: 29 Jan 2010)


haha i think its cool to go green it's probably a highbrid type device anyhow, i never thought that it actually "shut down" without direct sunlight lol

posted on 25 Sep 2010, 15:37

7. SuperShadow (unregistered)


Come on guys... It is tied into the grid "... can also be used to feed electricity back to the grid when times are tough". The only time it would lose power is when the grid is down, there is no sunshine, and the batteries are dead.

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