Camouflaged tower companies look to modernize technology, adopt best practices

Maine concealed towerAs wireless operators expand their existing 4G LTE networks by building out more macro cell sites and small cells, they continue to seek help from a community of companies like Stealth to conceal tower sites. Being an ever-evolving industry segment, tower concealment providers are looking for the best ways to modernize by keeping up with the latest RF equipment innovations and working with National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE), which regulates the tower industry.

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