Originally Posted by A32Deuce
Cell towers are fed by fiber optics. Signals are fed at the speed of light. Not a problem for that signal. Copper lines would be over capacity.
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Having spent years in the business, that's not exactly how it works. Fiber is there for capacity; lots and lots of circuits, but no one transmission is 'light speed'. And not all connections to a Mobile Switching Office is on fiber anyway.
But it's not that important here. Be happy to bore you to tears in real life some day and 'splain how cell service works..........if they haven't drastically changed it in last 3 years!!