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AT&T is planning on constructing a small 350-foot building to be placed at the end of the parking lot of AT&T’s campus, where they will attach three 22-feet high poles. The structure will be about 500-feet away from AT&T’s main building.
Mike Deak of the Bridgewater Patch reported, “The building and poles will be used in research that AT&T that will be conducting, research that could potentially lead to the elimination of cell towers, which could be welcome news to Central Jersey residents who have fought against the construction of those towers.”
This research is also being conducted in Florham Park. AT&T is exploring the possibility of placing cell transmitters and repeaters on normal utility poles. This will eliminate the need for large cell towers.