“Cellular or PCS cell site towers are typically 50-200 feet high,” according to the Federal Communications Commission. Cell phone towers can be standalone constructions, or antennas can be mounted on water towers or building roofs.
Rising demand for faster, more powerful data networks has resulted from the increased use of wireless devices. Because each mobile phone tower can only handle a certain amount of calls at a time, more towers and antennas must be installed. Many governments compel mobile phone operators to look for eligible structures in the planned region before installing a new tower.
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