services. The video below will explain the fundamentals of a cell tower or site. Cell sites in cities are often very well-hidden. White radio equipment is not popular with people so mobile phone firms like ATandT and T-Mobile typically take extreme methods to cover their sites.
One such site is the church steeple at First Parish Unitarian Church. The clapboard is a classic 1840 meetinghouse. The steeple made of classic wood and fiberglass can be a perfect location to install such an instrument. It’s located high therefore the antennas facing outwards will not be a risk for parishioners below. The phenomenon is referred to in the “oilrig effects”.
Ground-based people are protected as well by the reverse square law, one of the laws of physics which determines the strength of electromagnetic waves.
When the radio signal received from the cellphone’s antenna for short-range arrives at the closest cell tower, data will be transferred via landline to the nearest tower with the number you’d like to contact. Cell towers are mysterious. t8gt3dlpcr.