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Through The Eye of a Rigger -, April 14, 2014

Old Tower Demolition -, April 14, 2014

Gin pole catastrophe kills two tower workers -, May 31, 2013

Light Reading - Verizon Promises Voice-Over-LTE in 2014 -, April 24, 2013

New Freedom Tower nearly complete

How AT&T got service back after Sandy -, November 21, 2012

FCC Seeks Ways to Secure Communications in Sandy's Wake | NBC New York -, November 21, 2012

MetroPCS, T-Mobile Announce Cell Site Decommissioning Plans -, November 20, 2012

Climber rescued from TV tower-, November 19, 2012

Young Vandals Attack California Cell Tower -, November 19, 2012

Google and Dish considering cellular network - RCR Wireless, November 16, 2012

Cell Towers Slowly Recovering in Northeast -, November 5, 2012

AT&T investing $14 Billion to upgrade their wireless network - RCR Wireless, November 7, 2012

Parachutists Jump off WKBN Tower -, November 7, 2012

World's tallest tower in massive broadcast FAIL -, November 7, 2012

Juveniles damage cell towers -, November 7, 2012

Photo shots taken from the tower cranes - of the top deck of the Freedom tower overlooking New Jersey and Brooklyn

Helicopter strikes radio tower wire, crashes in southern Louisiana; pilot killed -, October 18, 2012


Tower sites track suspects -, July 9, 2012


Cell Sites track suspects -, July 9, 2012


Sorry, America: Your wireless airwaves are full - Money.CNNcom, February 21, 2012

America is facing a spectrum crunch. That means cell phone bills will go up, service will get spotty -- and there's no quick or cheap fix.


Tower Network Plans denied by FCC -, February 17, 2012


3G Cell Site zones eligible for -, February 17, 2012


Florida's tower design requirements will change March 15, 2012  -, February 17, 2012


U.S. Cellular set to launch LTE services in March - RCR Wireless, February 1, 2012


PCIA Hails Enactment of N.J. Collocation Legislation

Bill streamlines review process, improving access to mobile broadband services and applications


Alexandria, VA/ January 17, 2012 — Today, the State of New Jersey enacted a law streamlining the state’s review process for collocation of wireless facilities to existing, permitted infrastructure. 

The law waives site plan review and its notice and public hearing requirements for collocations that will not increase the wireless communication support structure’s height by more than 10% or expand the square footage of any existing equipment compound beyond 2,500 square feet.

PCIA worked with the New Jersey Wireless Association and other interested groups, conducting advocacy outreach at the state level.  The groups testified in support of the bill and industry proposed amendments, coordinated support for the legislation, and educated policy-makers about the importance of collocation to the state and national economy and to the deployment next-generation wireless services. 

“PCIA applauds the New Jersey legislature for recognizing the importance of leveraging existing wireless infrastructure to expand and enhance wireless broadband services to consumers, businesses and public safety agencies,” stated Michael Fitch, president and CEO of PCIA.  “We are extremely pleased with the passage of this important legislation that will streamline network deployment and improve access to mobile broadband services for all of New Jersey’s citizens.”


For more information on PCIA's advocacy efforts, contact PCIA's Director of Government Affairs Jonathan Campbell.  For information on PCIA's State Wireless Association Program (SWAP), contact SWAP Director Nancy Chrisman. 

FCC Seeks Unbounded Spectrum Auction Authority -, January 17, 2012

Tower co owner finds guidelines to be troubling -, December 14, 2011

Tower co owner finds guidelines to be troubling
After becoming aware of the FCC's new procedures, a major tower owner registered his concern about the interim guidelines impeding future development projects.

"Thank you Obama Administration for bringing another slice of Hell to my business!" said John Paleski, CEO of Subcarrier Communications, an Old Bridge NJ-based tower company established in 1986.

John Paleski - Subcarrier Communications, Old Bridge, New Jersey"This new Obama Administration regulation was obviously not written by persons having real world telecommunications experience," Paleski said.

"Rather, it was crafted by some governmental policy ivory tower 'intellectual' catering to an environmental lobby group. Should this regulation become law, guyed towers and monopole towers requiring FCC approval will suddenly and irrationally become 'non compliant' and therefore will not be able to serve the wireless community that they were designed for. Additionally, most governmental related wireless applications will need to be relocated."

"This new regulation is akin to blowing black pepper into the eyes of yet another thriving US-based industry," cautioned Paleski.

Commissioner Michael J. Copps submitted a statement with the new procedures saying, in part, "Today, at long last, the Commission has responded to the DC Circuit's rebuke to our previous rules that fell short of meeting our responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. While I am disappointed it has taken nearly four years to respond to the court, I am encouraged these interim rules will give more parties greater opportunity to register their concerns about migratory birds when a tower goes up, including ranking tower lighting styles based on their effects on migratory birds."

"To be sure, we are mindful of the need for towers for quality voice and data services. But this isn't an either/or proposition -- we can fulfill both these critical purposes with some careful work."

"We have waited far too long for these interim requirements. Let's hope that we do not have to wait nearly as long to get permanent rules in place," Copps said.

AT&T asks to have T-Mobile USA case withdrawn - RCR Wireless, December 13, 2011

Verizon rolls out LTE ahead of schedule - Mobiledia, October 27, 2011

Disconnect between US wireless demand and infrastructure capacity - MarketWatch, October 27,2011

AT&T Wi-Fi usage skyrockets - CNET News, October 25, 2011

LightSquared partners with BrightStar on wireless services suite - Multichannel News, October 25, 2011

Wireless Infrastructure Show explores all aspects of the industry - Wireless infrastructure show, September 8, 2011. Nearly 2,000 representatives from across the wireless ecosystem will gather in Dallas for the Wireless Infrastructure Show, Oct. 3-6. Industry experts will participate on panel discussions addressing the network in 2020, the impact of another 500 MHz of wireless spectrum, DAS and microcells, among other key topics. The program will also feature the Wireless Investors Conference, an all-star panel of infrastructure industry CFOs, analysts and investors discussing the current state of the capital markets and opportunities for future growth.

American Tower takes step toward REIT status  - Yahoo Finance, August 31, 2011

LightSquared Reaffirms LTE Dominance - by Craig Mathias, NetWorkWorld, August 31, 2011

U.S. Government Moves To Block AT&T/T-Mobile Merger -, August 31, 2011

American Tower Corporation Enters into Merger Agreement in Connection with Its Proposed

LightSquared controversy remains hot topic along Beltway - RCR Wireless, August 19, 2011

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