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- This `tree' is wired for positive feedback. // National Geographic;Feb97, Vol. 191 Issue 2, p138
Reports that four telecommunications companies in the United States are jointly creating camouflaged antennas. Antennas which masquerade as trees; Project of ARCNET of New Jersey, the Larson Company of Arizona, Valmont Industries of Nebraska, and AT&T.
- A steady apple cart. Crawford, Thomas // Telephony;09/22/97, Vol. 233 Issue 12, p53
Discusses the use of smart antennas in telecommunication industry's transition from analog to digital technology. Preparation being made by carriers for digital deployment; Components of any carrier's digital migration strategy; Use of smart antenna technology to enhance analog networks;...
- Antenna owners keep lights burning. // Mobile Radio Technology;Feb99, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p44
Reports that the United States Federal Communications Commission has informed antenna licensees their responsibilities under the rules for keeping their antenna structures lighted during and after the year 2000 data change in the United States.
- Overcoming decision-maker fear to earn antenna site... Davies, John L. // RCR;3/3/97, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p89
Looks at how fear influences the siting of antenna site approval in the telecommunications industry. Basis for this fear; How these fears can be overcome; Most powerful persuasion weapon that one has; Influence that political and educational motivation have on antenna siting proposals; Example...
- Building Blocks. Beach, Tarre // Wireless Review;11/15/99, Vol. 16 Issue 23, p22
Discusses the engineering difficulties brought about by skyscraper interference in the United States wireless industry. Effect of using a downtilt antenna; Effectiveness of setting a ring of cell sites away from the targeted area; Possibility of using smart antennas to redirect signals better.
- When you want an antenna site, cooperation is key. Weaver, Heather Forsgren // RCR;09/21/98, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p80
Focuses on the disputes regarding antenna-siting in the US, while stating that cooperation led to successful results for three wireless companies. Identification of the three companies which cooperated with authorities; Information on monopoles built and operated by Bell Atlantic Mobile and AT...
- Finding antenna sites that are `not in my backyard.'. Meyers, Harriet S. // RCR;09/14/98, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p25
Gives information on some of the extremes which telecommunication companies will go to in locating antenna sites in the growing telecommunications market. Description of the work of PageMart Wireless Inc. in locating antenna sites; Factors contributing to the increase demand for wireless...
- ANTENNA NEEDS COVER, TOO. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Jun2011, Issue 703, p3
The article offers brief information on the communication platform Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) antenna.
- Slouching toward teamwork. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR;10/25/99, Vol. 18 Issue 43, p12
Comments on a controversial appropriations provision to foster antenna siting in Rock Creek Park and on other federal lands in the United States. Proponents and opponents of the siting measure; Wireless industry and environmentalists' signing of a voluntary agreement to address issues...