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In 2014, there were approximately 7.1 billion mobile subscriptions. In 2015, there were an estimated 3.1 billion Internet users, 25% of whom will have access to fixed broadband. In the coming years, the number of wireless phones, Internet users, and wireless data demands will have never been higher. As a result of this growth in the mobile industry, more wireless towers will be built, which will require proper protective shelters....

The year 2016 saw an increase in awareness of environmental problems across the board. Everyone from suburban homeowners to largescale manufacturers has become more conscious of their carbon footprints, energy expenditures, and pollutants they produce that impact the quality of life for themselves and others. Despite this advancement, there is little acknowledgement of noise pollution as an environmental threat. Power generators inevitably produce noise. To help control the noise pollution...

Fiber optic networks are the future of the Internet: they provide faster broadband speeds to residential and commercial users and lay the foundation for 5G services to come. As city governments and technology companies, like Google, grapple with who should build these fiber networks, one thing is clear: the success of each project will depend on how well the network is installed and protected from weather damage, tampering and vandalism....

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