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peterboro
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reply to DonLibes

Re: how close can a cell tower be to a house?

said by DonLibes:

2) Should we do something and if so what?

Put a pole or tower on your property as close to it as you can.

Mount a conductive panel to block the RF from your house, and thus a substantial part of their radius, and watch how fast they move it.


macsierra8
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said by peterboro:

said by DonLibes:

2) Should we do something and if so what?

Put a pole or tower on your property as close to it as you can.

Mount a conductive panel to block the RF from your house, and thus a substantial part of their radius, and watch how fast they move it.

Building code height limits, engineering, city aesthetic codes, etc would make that totally impossible and impractical at best. Even if it did work you would be interfering with vital communications.
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peterboro
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said by macsierra8:

Building code height limits, engineering, city aesthetic codes, etc would make that totally impossible and impractical at best. Even if it did work you would be interfering with vital communications.

The same codes would preclude the initial cell tower install then and "vital communications" is open to interpretation.

As more evidence emerges of the harmful effects expect to see more opposition.

This is just the leading edge like the tobacco and asbestos industry bought off experts and suppressed studies a generation ago.


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said by peterboro:

The same codes would preclude the initial cell tower install then and "vital communications" is open to interpretation.

Utilities are not subject to height limitations.

peterboro
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said by John Galt:

Utilities are not subject to height limitations.

In the OP a comparable, or strategic trajectory deflection, in height to block the house at least may be achievable and remember height restrictions are not uniform across North America.


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said by peterboro:

said by John Galt:

Utilities are not subject to height limitations.

In the OP a comparable, or strategic trajectory deflection, in height to block the house at least may be achievable and remember height restrictions are not uniform across North America.

I agree that there may be other options for the OP in that regard. Utilities are, almost without exception, unrestricted unless there is some overriding issue, such as proximity to airports.
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fifty nine

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said by John Galt:

said by peterboro:

The same codes would preclude the initial cell tower install then and "vital communications" is open to interpretation.

Utilities are not subject to height limitations.

The utilities still have to apply for zoning permission here but they can easily override the town if they say no by going to the state PUC.


Reality

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They could come out today and say with 100% certainty that some percentage of us will get cancer at some point due to this, and most folks would say so what. We ain't gonna get out of this alive. Wireless is now woven into the fabric of society.

Austinloop

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Actually, they are, one cannot build towers above a certain height in the glide slope leading to an airport runway. The height varies with the distance to the runway, i.e. one cannot build a 200 ft tower a .25 of a mile from the end of a runway.


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said by Austinloop:

Actually, they are, one cannot build towers above a certain height in the glide slope leading to an airport runway. The height varies with the distance to the runway, i.e. one cannot build a 200 ft tower a .25 of a mile from the end of a runway.

I do believe I covered that...