Additional cell tower

by Joe M. Rodriguez
(Waco, Texas, USA)

Is it possible to have two cell towers on the same block of land? Approximately 300-400 apart.

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May 31, 2013
Good question
by: Tower Genius

Yes it is possible. Most municipalities will try to encourage or force co-location where they share tower space and one carrier subleases from the other carrier.

The existing tower may not be high enough or meet coverage requirements, or possibly the existing tower may not be engineered to support the extra equipment, or the two carriers may be at odds which may cause a 2nd tower to be justified.

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