Ceragon Networks: The case for transmission sharing

Sharing microwave backhaul would create new revenues for towercos and free up significant load capacity on towers

Read this article to learn:

  • How transmission sharing could generate new revenues of US$5-6,000 per month per site additional
  • How sharing microwave antennae that represent up to 80% of wind loading would free up capacity to increase tenancy ratios
  • Should towercos acquire transmission assets or build a parallel transmission network?
  • The imperative to share transmission when consolidating and decommissioning towers

John Earley served as CTO for Millicom Tigo in DRC and for Celtel / Zain in Nigeria, in the latter where an initiative to divest passive infrastructure was being explored prior to the sale of the business to Airtel. John then joined microwave transmission market leaders Ceragon Networks as President of the Africa region, growing…

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