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Connect (X) top execs give buoyant report on health of tower industry

AGL Media Group reported on the Connect X event, where they noted that Crown Castle CEO Jay Brown seemed "less interested in prognosticating the future of the Sprint/T-Mobile merger" and noted that the tower industry prospers when the carriers are well funded and there is spectrum...

City commission says no to proposed 31-foot tall cell network antennas on North Shore

The Pittsburgh Art Commission said no to Crown Castle’s proposal for cellular network antennas on the North Side that would raise several telephone poles to 31 feet – a project that attracted opposition from the mayor’s office. Crown Castle proposed the small cel...

Planning Commission recommends zoning standards for small wireless cell facilities

Crown Castle government affairs manager Adrian Salas was quoted in an article about recommendations on zoning standards for small cells in East County, CA. Last week, the county’s Planning Commission made a final recommendation of 100 feet of separation from buildings rather...

Baltimore, MD

We're seeking to enhance Baltimore's existing wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 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. To date, 524 node locations have b...

Austin, TX

Working in partnership with city staff, we're creating a plan to enhance Austin's existing wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 17 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 ...

Atlanta, GA

Our plan is to expand the coverage and capacity of the Atlanta area's wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 336 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. We anti...

Los Angeles, CA

We're working with the City of Los Angeles to deploy an additional 1,331 low-powered antennas, most commonly referred to as "small cells," throughout the city. These small cells are connected by fiber optic cable and handle large amounts of data at high speeds. The small cell network will immedia...

Dallas, TX

Today, working in partnership with city staff, we're proposing a much-needed upgrade to the wireless infrastructure in Dallas. It involves the deployment of a small cell network of 183 low-powered antennas called "nodes" that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable and can han...

El Paso, TX

Working in partnership with city staff, our plan is to deploy a small cell network of 25 low-powered antennas called "nodes" across El Paso. These nodes sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable, and can handle large amounts of data at high speeds. It's more than just a viable s...

Prince George's County, MD

Our plan is to supplement Prince George's County's existing wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 33 low-powered antennas called "nodes"—the first of its kind in the county—that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable, and can handle large am...

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