antenna farm

antenna farm

A collection of transmitting and/or receiving antennas in the same physical area (radio, TV, microwave, cellular, satellite). Generally owned or leased by multiple service providers and located at the highest point in an area, antennas are grouped together for ease of maintenance and protection against theft. See Aereo.
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The structure is located in an antenna farm to the north of Iowa's state capital, in the Polk County town of Alleman.
Caption: Above: The controversial HAARP base in Gakona, Alaska is a giant antenna farm. Has it been used to modify the weather from space in pursuit of military aims?
The TRA worked in cooperation with Kratos on the site design, with civil work architects and satellite field engineers providing an optimised site design for the antenna farm and site layout.
Originally, the park was a telephone pole antenna farm built by ITT used for ship-to-shore and overseas communication.
This includes reception of hundreds of TV channels from numerous satellites using a large antenna farm that can provide visibility to most broadcasting and contribution satellites covering the region.
Manhattan with an antenna farm on the data center's roof.
That's because the antenna farm that exists on the airframe might need to be reconfigured to accommodate the critical ADS-B antennas.
There they built a comfortable home and garden, together with a spacious radio room, turning the paddocks into an 'antenna farm'.
Fiber-optic transceivers help by allowing the system provider to centrally locate the base station and fiber feed the antenna farm from one site.
A collection of communications antennas at one location has long been called an "antenna farm." But in this high-tech world, that term somehow didn't seem quite glamorous enough to explain the new breed or antenna sites sprouting from coast to coast, offering a host of advanced--and basic--telecommunications services to the business world via satellite, microwave and fiber-optic links.
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