October 1, 2020 11 a.m. EDT
The role of small cells is growing due to the densification of networks needed for 5G. But small cells can lead to big problems.
There are several critical factors involved in achieving swift zoning and planning approval for small cell deployments. In this webinar (register here), Dr. Jonathan L. Kramer, Senior Partner, Telecom Law Firm, US (TLF) will share his respected insights into the following core questions:
- Why do local governments care about camouflaging wireless sites?
- What feedback do residents share about small cell deployments in their areas?
- What special considerations are there for installing a small cell in a public right-of-way?
- How can the permitting process be streamlined for small cells?
Dr. Kramer has advised thousands of governments and landlords on deployment law, technology, and planning issues. He’s been an expert witness/trial advisor in 40+ telecom cases. As local government planning advisors, TLF has processed thousands of cell site applications, including macro cells, small cells, 6409(a) projects, generators, and unpermitted expansions/installations. Kramer teaches policy and regulation to masters and doctoral candidates at Northeastern University.
Also contributing to the conversation is Tim Sill, VP of Technology and Business at Alpha Wireless. He’ll share his acumen on small cell deployments in the U.S. and provide a unique insight into the Alpha Wireless CAN – Concealed Antenna Node; an all-in-one patent solution that integrates the radios, backhaul options, GPS, cables, and any required power protection and distribution into a single enclosure. Achieve cost savings of 59% and quick zoning and planning approval. The CAN is fully quality assured – assembled, wired, and tested before delivery to site. It is ideal for pole top or side arm mounting on a utility pole.
Sill is a veteran wireless executive with 25+ years of experience across Fortune 100, 500, and startups. His career has embraced pivotal leadership positions deploying Sprint’s 100% digital CDMA network, constructed their $10.5 billion modernization program and orchestrated one of the first Massive MIMO CBRS networks. Throughout Tim’s career, he has professionally consulted, developed, and innovated telecommunication solutions such as the first Femtocell product, Concealed Antenna Node (CAN), and OTT applications. Tim holds 34 U.S. patents and a BS in Electrical & Computer Engineering from the University of Missouri.
There will be unique opportunity for open floor questions in this webinar. Don’t miss out, register here.
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