25-01-2017 05:53 PM
25-01-2017 08:08 PM
I don't think there is any comprehensive location map as I have asked EE about this before. It's all top secret.
I have searched my local council local planning which can give you info on applications.
25-01-2017 08:10 PM
@Lee_H Perhaps @Profile closed might know as I've never tried looking.
I do know that there is no point in asking EE tech as I've been told by them they thay do not disclose this information.
25-01-2017 09:01 PM - edited 25-01-2017 09:05 PM
I've no idea sorry.
Many of those cell mapping tools are often not very accurate anyway as I believe they only map cells using measured signal values from handsets. Also I remember looking at one that said there was an EE mast near me which I know doesn't exist.
That mastdata website is very out of date as it still shows an Orange 2G mast near me which was actually decommissioned over 2 years ago now.
27-01-2017 09:29 AM
Also remember that TAC & LAC codes can easily change over time with sites being rehosted into different "control areas" (trying to keep this simple) heck even the broadcasted CID could - although admittedly far less likely to.
The various third party websites you've quoted are useful in (accuracy issues all dependent) confirming which operators particular sites are owned by, and their site references. Not a great deal else to be honest. And in fairness, anything else is of no use to the general public and only of use to network-engineering-teams.
06-01-2018 12:21 PM
The only website that gives you some mast location information is mastdata.comBut it is isn't always up to date, but what is there is accurate.
However you can only find mast locations via post code.
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