A telecommunications company has the Appearance Review Board’s approval to install two DAS or “small cell” networks in the public right-of-way in Downtown Orlando.

The DAS towers, or nodes, are linked to a larger hub site by fiber optic cable to aid in cell phone coverage. They help increase capacity and data transfer rates. Smaller cell antenna nodes are generally the size of utility poles and are less intrusive than their larger cell phone tower cousins.




Brendan O'Connor

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