Tower Siting Problems Know No Borders

Careless, James
April 2001
Wireless Week;04/02/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p32
Trade Publication
Reports on the problems of telecommunication carriers in Canada in finding sites for its towers. Challenges in winning permission for towers; Efforts of wireless companies to make antennas invisible; Government policy on tower sites in Canada.


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