Rooftop Signaling

Moore, Greg
April 1999
Buildings;Apr99, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses business opportunities for building owners brought about by demands for communications services. Information on wireless technologies available to consumers and businesses in the United States; Benefits of stricter laws regulating the construction of antenna structures; Regulations governing the installation of wireless services.


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