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    From the looks of this site its 700 MHz LTE w/...

    From the looks of this site its 700 MHz LTE w/ 2x2 MIMO and PCS or AWS in a 2x4 MIMO. Can't tell just from the cabling shown which band or the block bandwidth, but I'll take your word that they're...
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    The image that you're showing there is LTE low...

    The image that you're showing there is LTE low and high bands with MIMO. Which takes only 1 antenna. That leaves two other antennas. I know the manufacturers that AT&T uses but am not sure if that is...
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    This is an odd configuration for an at&t site....

    This is an odd configuration for an at&t site. Usually the LTE radios are on the rad center and they aren't here. Its also odd for what appears to be the two cdma antennas to be in the #1/#2 slots.
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    From looking at the antennas I'd imagine the one...

    From looking at the antennas I'd imagine the one on the left is a hex port LTE and the one on the right is a dual band UMTS. NYC has 700/1900 MHz LTE and 850/1900 UMTS.
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    Can you get closer pictures of the antennas and I...

    Can you get closer pictures of the antennas and I can try to tell you more.
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    Even if they don't own it they could be leasing...

    Even if they don't own it they could be leasing it from someone else. It could also still be wcs or an equipment upgrade.
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    Very liekly high band LTE (1900 or 2100), but...

    Very liekly high band LTE (1900 or 2100), but without better images can't be certain. Keep in mind that they also haven't gotten rid of the UMTS antennas since UMTS is still on air. It is also very...
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    On a neutral host DAS, usually carriers provide...

    On a neutral host DAS, usually carriers provide their own independent backhauls. Most of the time this is Gig Eth over fiber and typically there are a very large number of links for redundancy as...
  9. Not necessarily. Usually throughput on UMTS...

    Not necessarily. Usually throughput on UMTS increases when LTE is deployed as newer LTE capable devices will prioritize LTE first, but recent Ericsson releases enable 64QAM instead of 16QAM over...
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