Cell Site Structure Types

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Jesse M. Wellner

If you are a landowner or building owner currently receiving rent from a cell site lease, TowerPoint wants to talk to you! A cell site is where wireless equipment is installed on a cell tower, rooftop or alternative structure in order to receive and transmit signals for cellular voice and data transmission. Wireless carriers, like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, and regional carriers, rely on cell sites to provide service to their subscribers. Cell sites vary in structure from typical cell towers to rooftop sites, flagpoles and others.

Cell Site Structures Types

The wireless industry gets creative when it comes to cell site structures. The most well-known cell site is the cell tower. However, the cell tower has an unsightly reputation and many communities have opposed the install of a cell tower purely based on looks. As a result, tower companies and carriers got creative to produce various cell site structures that are more pleasing to the eye and in some cases, provide better service to the surrounding community.

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