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A cell site or cell tower is a mobile phone site where antennae and electronic digital marketing communications equipment are put — typically on the radio mast, tower, or other brought up structure — to make a cell (or adjacent skin cells) in a mobile network. The lifted structure typically facilitates antennae and a number of pieces of transmitter/receivers transceivers, digital transmission processors, control gadgets, a GPS recipient for timing (for CDMA2000/IS-95 or GSM systems), most important and backup electrical energy options, and sheltering.
In Global System for Mobile Marketing communications (GSM) networks, the right term is Foundation Transceiver Train station (BTS), and colloquial synonyms are “cellular phone mast” or “base station”. The word “base train station site” might better represent the increasing co-location of multiple mobile providers, and for that reason multiple base channels, at an individual site. Based on an operator’s technology, a good site hosting simply a solo mobile operator may house multiple bottom channels, each to provide another type of air software technology (CDMA2000 or GSM, for example).
Some locations require that cell sites be inconspicuous; they could be blended with the encompassing area or attached to properties or advertising towers. Maintained treescapes could cover cell towers in a man-made tree or conserved tree. These installations are usually known as hidden cell sites or stealth cell sites.

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