Cell phone node added in Carnegie

Crown Castle was granted a conditional use by Carnegie council members on May 13 to add a cell phone node on top of a telephone pole in the 300 block of Franklin Avenue in Carnegie. "The purpose of the technology is to address issues in capacity in the mobile cell phone network," said Duncan Ackerman, government relations specialist at Crown Castle. "We often locate these nodes in places where there are high concentration cell phone users to offset some of the capacity necessary for data, social media streaming. As more and more people rely on cell phones, there becomes a great need for that concentrated signal.

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