Daily Archives: September 14, 2017

EE Balloons To Bring Travelling GSM Mobile Booster Style Coverage

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With the importance of cellular coverage these days, things like a GSM Mobile Booster, like the GSM Mobile Booster Nikrans MA-130 are becoming more and more appealing. In the UK, a fleet of blimps are set to do their jobs, bringing both mobile and wireless broadband coverage to the far-flung rural communities.

The UK mobile operator EE, who operates the fleet, to provide remote communities with voice and data services, even if coverage is lost due to circumstances, such as natural disasters such as flooding, or the like. EE expects to launch its first ‘helikite’, a mobile broadcast site, which is held up and tethered to helium balloons, sometime in the latter half of 2017.

The operator is also aiming to use drones for the similar purpose, though they say that that particular project is not prepared for launch.

The balloons, as well as the soon-to-follow drones, will beam mobile signals to the areas below them, allowing communities to connect with phones and internet even if the traditional mobile phone mast system goes down, or requires additional capacity due to high traffic, similar to how one uses a GSM Mobile Booster Nikrans MA-130, or the like.

Chief Executive for EE, Marc Allera, said that the balloons and the drones could not only be used to provide coverage to the rural areas of the UK, but also boost coverage at major events and venues, such as stadiums or sport events, where people have issue connecting to networks.

EE, however, says that airspace regulations could make using them at sports events and music festivals problematic.

The company says that these new technologies are best suited for ensuring coverage in the circumstance of natural disasters and catastrophic events, due to their capabilities to stay airborne for a month and signal radius of 5km.

The balloons are more weather-resistant compared to the drones, although the company states that lightning strikes are still a danger. The drones, however, due to their shorter duration and weaker signal range, making them better suited for shorter term use, like search and rescue operations.

Similar balloons and drones are being seen by companies like Google and Facebook as a cheap solution to providing coverage to hard to reach areas, with the latter investing in Project Loon, which sends balloons up to the edge of the atmosphere to beam internet signal to areas below it.

A Disgusting Single House In Pinklao Where Woman Lived For Seven Years

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A woman was reportedly evicted from her rental home of seven years as it was filled all over with garbage. She failed to clean the single house in Pinklao all these times.

Last June 11, the landlord was stunned to see the apartment with trash, empty plastic bottles, torn clothes and food dated to 2013.

According to Thai media, the property managers and landlord arrived at the single house in Pinklao, Bangkok, and saw that the space will filled up with dirt and garbage, that there was no room for one to stand.

Pictures of the so-called rental flat was first unconcealed in Facebook, which was posted on June 9-10.

The shocking images attracted nearly 13,000 shares where piles of trash were seen in front of a TV set.

There were several empty water bottles between the wall and a bed, which also had junk objects.

The floor had stained dirt while the electric fan was covered with a thick layer of dust.

According to a Chinese-speaking newspaper in Thailand, the woman rented the single house in Pinklao for nearly seven years.

The location was soon revealed after the female tenant failed to pay her power bills on time.

As reported earlier, staff from the property management company decided to enter the flat for inspection of its condition on June 11.

However, they unsuccessfully opened the door as it was full of garbage. The staff had to forcefully kick the door to open.

They were stunned to see piles of garbage in the flat, which barely had space for them to move.

The workers also revealed that they found damaged water pipes, a broken shower head and a cracked toilet.

According to the angry landlord, “I called the attention of the tenant, but she only said that it was my duty to clean the apartment. She also claimed that she paid 1,200 baht or £27 for the cleaning of the single house in Pinklao.

That afternoon of June 11, the tenant was asked to moved out of the apartment. As negotiated, the woman consented to pay extra cleaning fees and payments for the destroyed items.

Holiday Options For The Super Wealthy

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For people who only got their wealth recently, the most common holiday options would be St. Moritz, New York and Monaco but for those who have been living the wealthy life since birth, these places are considered to be crowded for their preference. The truly rich individuals value their privacy the most thus it comes with a price. They prefer exclusive resorts or liveaboard Similan islands where there are no other tourists to see. These locations can give them the privacy they wanted but it might cost a little more than usual.

One of the private resorts they prefer is the Over Yonder Cay which is one of the small islands located in the Bahamas. This island is so exclusive that it is not known to many. It offers a total land area of 72 acres and it has only four villas in the island – South Point, Meridian, East Cove and West Sands. Each can be rented for parties and rental should be a minimum of seven days.

The super rich who love wildlife may choose to visit the Ol Jogi Ranch which is located in Kenya. From Nairobi, there is a flight that lasts for 45 minutes. The whole ranch has 58,000 acres with only a single main building surrounded with standalone cottages. Guests will be able to indulge in the wilderness without being disturbed.

For those who love to dive, the yacht experience is provided by Sunil Bakshi who is a diving enthusiast. He owns a yacht called Live Aboard which can hold 12 people. The yacht will be able to cruise the guests and visit the islands located in the Indian Ocean. The yacht experience comes with a dive boat which offers between three and four dives daily.

For rich guests who are dreaming to see the beautiful islands of Thailand, liveaboard Similan islands are also available for diving enthusiasts. Much like the exclusive liveaboards found all over the world, guests will be exploring the sea without seeing a port until the end of the experience. Yachts can be chartered for those who want exclusive and private stay on the boats.