Archive for category small cells

Canada asleep, while USA begins to debate Small Cells

  Prior to last summer, Canadians really did not know what the industry was up to as far as the future of wireless.  EMRHA has been covering the effects from wireless devices for decades now, and the future does not look promising.  In the United States small cells are proposed to be installed all over […]

Magnetic Fields from Your Cell Phone

Mission BC hillside covered in Antennas

New Telus antennas are being installed in Mission BC, called “eNodeB” (eNB)  by  Huawei  On the antennas it states it is FIBER OPTICS.  Is this for Telus Optik TV, Wireless from the street pole sent straight to your Optik TV Box? Some streets on the hill in Mission BC have FIVE of these Antennas.  Let […]

eNodeB : Fiber-Optic Upgrade, Penticton

Fibre-Optic upgrade bringing faster connectivity to region by Penticton Herald Staff   Feb 15, 2016 Telus is set to embark on a $27-million service upgrade in the Penticton area that will connect 90 per cent of homes and businesses to its fibre-optic network. It will allow upload speeds of up to 150 megabits per second […]

5 Towers pop up in Maple Ridge

Without warning Telus rushes to install three brand new towers for WIFI on newly installed telephone poles.  The poles were recently replaced with taller poles for the antennas.  Crews have been working quickly to install them. Flyers were handed out to nearby residents to see if any of them were informed about the antenna poposal, […]

Small cell tech comes to Mission

by  Carol Aun – Mission City Record posted Mar 23, 2014 at 5:00 AM— updated Mar 24, 2014 at 10:12 AM Telus will be using small cell technology to improve wireless communications in Mission. Beginning next month, the telecommunications company will be installing 100 small cell units on 50 existing poles in Mission’s urban area. These units are 30 cm by 27 cm, […]