I remember that at the beginning of the deployment of mobile telephony had communities of owners didn’t that wrong placement of an antenna on your roof, by the economic benefit to the accounts of the community. Then views on the possible effects of radiation although already left feeling were still minimal. Today, no one wants to an antenna on its roof, although scientists ensure us that there are no harmful effects. Just see the numerous complaints filed by the location of antennas.
This has caused difficulty to find the operators new sites, because despite the thousands of them deployed in Spain still have coverage problems, now also with the introduction of 3 G, these problems are exacerbated. Why the companies they have another remedy that share infrastructure, is what they have done Vodafone y Orange, that you have agreed to share 5,000 nodes B antennas 3 G within a period of 4 years, in towns of less than 25,000 inhabitants.
The agreement will allow to optimize and rationalize the deployment of 3G networks, limiting the impact on the environment. And improve coverage of both operators approximately 25%, reducing the total number of sites required nearly 40% in the areas benefited by the agreement, and therefore also reducing costs.
But each operator will manage its traffic independently and are responsible for the quality of the service offered to its customers.
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