New Telus antennas are being installed without the consent of home owners or business owners just feet away from these antennas.

Several in Maple Ridge, Mission and Langley, BC

A Heterogenous network, or “HexNet” ( pg 26 ) is a mix of Macrocell and Small Cells / eNodeB antennas, as shown in this diagram :







Small Cells hit the Street


Outdoor small cells are a challenge for mobile operators. Nodes are often deployed to increase capacity in places where the network is struggling, but a spot that needs a small cell may not have a pole to support one. Even if a streetlight or utility pole is nearby, gaining access is […]


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, […]

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, […]




 Data on these Antenna

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Older Micro / Macro Antennas installed by Telus in Mission BC, using Anatel Antennas (2.4 GHz 14 dBi 90° Horizontally Polarized ANATEL Sector Panel Antenna), where the newer ones were made by CCI

  • 2.4 GHz ISM Band  ( 2400 – 2483 MHz )
  • IEEE 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n Wireless LAN Applications
  • Bluetooth® & Public Wireless Hotspot
  • WiFi & Wireless Video Systems
  • Wireless Internet Provider “cell” sites





Langley BC – Sept 2016

Another spotted east of Langley  –  232nd & 24th Ave





Mission had one of the first Small Cells, but another is proposed for 2017


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