Alpha Technologies debuts new power system for small cells; Cellular One of East Central Illinois deploys small cells

More installation, small cell, FTTP and equipment news from around the Web:

> Anritsu introduced the MT8821C Radio Communication Analyzer and said it supports LTE-Advanced, as well as other technologies. Release

> An Illinois State University professor found 66 percent of tower climbers killed during 2002-14 died from not using fall protective equipment properly or at all. Article

> Anite introduced coordinated multipoint (CoMP) in some of its solutions. Release

> Frost & Sullivan: North America's electromagnetic compatibility testing equipment and services market is expected to grow more than $150M by 2021. Release

> Alpha Technologies has announced a new power system for small cells. Release

> Cellular One of East Central Illinois is deploying small cell equipment from Cisco to improve coverage in select areas. Article

> Aclara, a supplier of antennas and equipment for utility companies, has introduced a "through-the-lid antenna" that will provide signals to meters in pits and vaults. Release

And finally…  Connectivity is important. However, if you're already indicted on narcotics charges, stealing your lawyer's high-end Samsung smartphone may not be the best way to stay out of the hoosegow. Article

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