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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow Curtis D. Storz November 2012 The Next Level of Service.

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1 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow Curtis D. Storz November 2012 The Next Level of Service

2 Paging 1959 – Developed 1974 – Introduced to public 1980 – 3.2 million worldwide 1990 – 22 Million users 1994 – 64 Million users 2010 – Less than 1 million The Next Level of Service 1

3 Infrastructure The Next Level of Service Paging/ MicrowaveSelf Supporting Tower 2

4 Towers in Use Self Supporting – Heavy lattice type design of I-beams to support microwave as well as paging antenna Guyed – Typically used in the broadcast industry – Also sufficient for use for paging antenna. The Next Level of Service 3

5 Cellular Communications 1940 – Handheld radio transceiver 1946 – AT&T introduces “Mobile Telephone” 1973 – First handheld mobile telephone 1978 – AMPS Commercially introduced 1995 – 2G phone systems (texting) 2002 – 3G Added to network (internet) 2010 – 4G introduced to the market The Next Level of Service 4

6 Cell Phone Users (US) 1985 – 340, – 5,283, – 24,134, – 86,047, – 207,896, – 300,520,098 The Next Level of Service 5

7 Infrastructure Cellular Monopole/Microcell/DAS The Next Level of Service 6

8 Towers/ Apertures Distributed Antenna System – DAS systems can be located easily in a building, stadium or any other improvement Monopole – Dominant replacement for SST towers and Guyed towers. Microcell – As small as a 2 inch cube and can be installed anywhere needed. The Next Level of Service 7


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