If Cellular network towers are supposedly divided in cells , like this image , then why do we loose connection even when outdoors and not inside or near any buildings/cars. Also why is it common to see more than 1 cell tower near each other?
Can't multiple different cell towers that close to each other cause interference? Thanks lolMultipath issues can exist even if you are not near a reflecting surface. If there are multiple paths that transmissions can take between you and the tower, you can get nulls at your location. If the paths are different lengths, or there is some attenuation in the way, it is less likely that you will be in a deep null.
As for multiple towers near each other, one reason may be that they are for different cell phone carriers.
(Cool avatar, BTW -- Out foxhunting with your HT!)