Aldie – Why It’s Needed

Why It’s Needed

The Village of Aldie and surrounding area experience poor cellular service and a significant a lack of broadband services. This site, in unison with the proposed Camp High Road structure is intended to materially improve the current availability of reliable cellular and broadband services for this community.
The images below show the increased wireless coverage for the Village, Route 50, Mountain Road, Oak Hill and a portion of Snickersville Turnpike with the proposed tower. Each image represents a different frequency band (2300 and 600 MHz).

2300 MHz frequency band
2300 MHz frequency band
600 MHz frequency band
600 MHz frequency band


911 Emergency Response Facts

  • Cell Phones are the source of 80% of E911 Calls
  • Every first responder in Loudoun uses an AT&T/FirstNet in-vehicle data terminal as well as their cell phone
  • In house coverage is even worse than shown
  • This will continue to get worse as carriers decommission their 3G networks
    • VZW end of 2020
    • AT&T in 2022


Third-Party drive testing of emergency call failures

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