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Historic cities, metro areas and college campuses often need small cell technology, but that doesn’t mean you have to look at it. Our small cell concealments are designed to fit into the surrounding atmosphere and remain invisible.
Our DAS systems can be found in hallowed football stadiums, along beloved campus pathways, along municipal walkways and in some hard-to-reach spots. The need for DAS concealment and camouflage is increasing rapidly as more sites are switching to this option.
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Disguising or camouflaging antennas as a tree concealment is a great way to preserve the landscape of your town. Although this type of design is relatively simple, tree concealments require a certain amount of finesse.
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