Thursday, 21 June 2018

Limiting 'visual impact' could spur small cell sharing – Sub10

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 15 August 12

Millimetre wave backhaul specialist says form factor increasingly important the closer cell sites get to end users.

Small cell sharing deals could be on the agenda for local administrations seeking to limit the amount of network equipment attached to streetlamps and signposts, predicted millimetre wave (MMW) backhaul provider Sub10 Systems on Wednesday. "There will be some places where they are going to want to reduce the visual impact [of small cells]…

Small cell sharing deals could be on the agenda for local administrations seeking to limit the amount of network equipment attached to streetlamps and signposts, predicted millimetre wave (MMW) backhaul provider Sub10 Systems on Wednesday. "There will be some places where they are going to want to reduce the visual impact [of small cells]…

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