North Myrtle Beach exploring small cell technology regulations

Last week, the North Myrtle Beach’s planning commission unanimously recommended regulations for small cell technology on public property. Myrtle Beach and Conway have also discussed how to regulate small cells, which will become more prevalent when service providers switch to 5G coverage. Now the city council must approve the regulations.

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Recent Verizon/Crown Castle Agreement Bodes Well for Digital Locations

Digital Locations, Inc., a developer of 5G small cell sites for 5G, commented on the recent tower agreement between Crown Castle and Verizon. President of Digital Locations Bill Beifuss stated, “The recent agreement between Crown Castle and Verizon represents a clear indication of the gr...

Did the US small cell market finally break open?

Light Reading reporter Mike Dano discussed Crown Castle’s new long-term agreement with Verizon Wireless, noting it will allow companies like Verizon and AT&T to reduce their own expenses by hiring third parties like Crown Castle to do the work. “‘They were due for a big c...

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Crown Castle and Verizon Expand Small Cell Commitment

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North Little Rock Notebook

Crown Castle was approved a special use permit to replace an old tower approximately 59 feet from an existing cell tower in a unanimous vote to build a cell tower in North Little Rock (AK). The old cell tower will be removed within 90 days of the proposed tower, according to the ordinance.

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