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Release date- 04112013 - Upscale villages are getting more supportive of
Such solutions include the use of outdoor distributed antenna system (ODAS), which makes use of a specialized lamp posts built with radio signal transmission capability, as well as the use of cell sites disguised as palm trees.
Exclusive villages that have approved or shown openness in allowing the installation of cell sites within their communities include Dasmarinas, Urdaneta, Bel-Air,
The telecommunications company is also offering the use of cell sites disguised as palm trees to address aesthetic concerns over the use of towering cell sites. The use of such technology has been undertaken in
Currently, Globe services are mostly delivered to subscribers in exclusive villages through cell sites located around the village perimeter. However, mobile phone signals coming from these cell sites aren't sufficient to meet cellular coverage requirement especially indoors in households situated farther from these facilities.
Also, growing consumer preference for smartphone use, which requires the need for faster internet speed and more efficient mobile data service, has sharply increased bandwidth requirement in these exclusive villages.
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