In order for us to communicate over cell phones, it is
necessary to have a new type of telephone pole called a cell
phone tower (or cell phone antenna) placed at proper
intervals along our highways and byways. The density of
these towers is directly proportional to the human
population density. This mathematical principle called "cell
tower proliferation" is a new subject for urban ecologists.
Unlike unsightly telephone poles spanned by wires, cell
phone towers are solitary structures.
Cell phone towers transmit radio waves and must be placed
above ground, unlike subterranean telephone cables. Wireless
cell phones send and receive messages using radiofrequency
energy in the 800-900 megahertz portion of the
radiofrequency (RF) spectrum. Directional antennas on the
towers divide a geographical area into regions of service
called "cells." Different cell phone carriers use separate
antennas on the same tower.
Rather than have obtrusive towers cluttering our cities and
countryside, they are now being disguised in many clever
ways. Some of these covert forms include trees, cactus, gas
station signs, boulders, and even church steeples. Tree
towers resembling araucaria trees have six tiers of
horizontal branches, each tier bearing a carrier antenna
cluster. Each antenna cluster services a separate cell phone
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