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Myrtle Beach, SC

Working closely with city staff, we're proposing an additional network of six low-powered antennas called "nodes" that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable, and can handle large amounts of data at high speeds. This network promises to ease congestion significantly, smooth t...

Washington, D.C.

We're seeking to supplement Washington, D.C.'s existing wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 766 low-powered antennas called "nodes" that sit on utility poles, streetlights, or decorative poles, are connected by fiber optic cable, and can handle large amounts of data at hi...

Tampa, FL

We're expanding the coverage and capacity of Tampa’s wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 39 low-powered antennas called "nodes" that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable and can handle large amounts of data at high speeds. Small cells can pave the w...

Communications infrastructure and what it enables

Crown Castle government affairs manager Jonathan Hart published a blog for 1871, Chicago's Technology & Entrepreneurship Center, noting some "combination of cell towers, small cells and fiber that comprise our wireless networks and deliver the connectivity necessary in today’s technolog...

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McCardle elected MLT mayor pro tem; public hearing Monday on small cell wireless facilities

The Mountlake Terrace City Council will review two issues that will come before it during its business meeting on Monday, one including a public hearing and adoption of revisions to city code amendments involving small cell wireless regulations. For several months, the council has been discussing...

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Council to vote on ordinance which will usher in 5G communications throughout city

The Pasadena City Council will conduct a first reading Monday, Jan. 14, of a proposed ordinance that will amend Chapter 12.22 of the Pasadena Municipal Code, relating to telecommunications facilities, as the first step towards complying with a federal order to accelerate the deployment of 5G wire...

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In smart cities, 5G won’t just lessen congestion, it could save lives too

While 5G will bring unprecedented internet speeds, there are also a variety of other benefits the network will bring to light, such as smart city initiatives, safety, video analytics, gunshot detection, cyber capabilities, and improving operational efficiencies. For example, audio nodes, installe...

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City of Branson working on new ordinance ahead of 5G technology

The City of Branson is drafting an ordinance to control the design, permits and overall appearance of small cells in public right-of-ways. City Attorney Chris Lebeck said that to bring 5G to the city, carriers will set up "small cell" systems, and that "they welcome the new high-speed service," n...

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UK defense think tank warns that allowing Huawei into 5G network is 'irresponsible'

British defense and security think tank The Royal United Services Institute said that allowing Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei to participate in Britain’s 5G network is "naïve" and "irresponsible." The company has continued to face allegations that the Chinese gove...

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Countdown to the closing bell With Liz Claman

Sean O’Hara, president of Pacer ETFS, noted in a segment of Closing Bell with Liz Claman there is an infrastructure revolution going on now and one of the big names in the cellphone tower business is Crown Castle. He added that “if we’re going to go to 5G, which we essentially n...

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