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  • The Canadian Signal Tower Was Disguised As A Tree
    Oct 17, 2018

    As an important facility for mobile network coverage, signal towers are ubiquitous in all corners of the world. According to statistics, the number of mobile communication base stations in China was 6.04 million as of September 2017, while the number of mobile communication base stations in the United States was about 215,000 in the same period.

    In Canada, the operator Rogers decided to deploy the new look in northern Ontario -- successfully faking it into a tall pine tree -- to quell residents' taunts about the "ugliness" of the tower. Rogers said the new pine base station will provide superior LTE network services to surrounding communities.

    According to the data, Canada is a country with extensive forests, and its land area is the second largest in the world, with a forest coverage rate of 44%.

    Mobile phone towers are unique in their construction: they are disguised as pines in order to quell residents' teasing of their "ugliness".