Communication poles are the main element of organizing coverage for mobile operators.
They are designed for installation of transceiver panel and radio relay antennas of base stations of cellular communication, repeaters for various purposes, to ensure stable coverage. The towers allow mobile operators to place base stations among the buildings of residential areas or, most often, outside the city. This was made possible by the minimum land allocation requirements for the installation of multifaceted masts. The masts (towers) can be made for any wind region.
The faceted conical shaft of the communication tower is made of sheet steel by bending with one or two longitudinal welds. The tower consists of one or more sections, with an upper flange, on which a platform for servicing equipment can be installed, and where racks for antennas can be located. The number of sections is determined by the height of the tower, ease of installation and transportation. When designing a structure, it is also possible to provide for various attachments: ladders with a fence, brackets for fixing cables, etc.
The type and size of the foundation is determined by calculation depending on the structure of the mast, the characteristics of the soil and the wind area of operation, the type and number of equipment to be installed.
Anti-corrosion protection by hot-dip galvanizing meets DSTU (state standard) 9. 307-89 and is controlled in accordance with the international standard ISO 1461: 2009 (which provides anti-corrosion protection of the product and no operating costs for at least 25 years). This type of coating is not decorative and is purely functional.