Who regulates concealed towers and small cells?

As clever tower concealments continue to proliferate, the industry behind this camoflage may need to take a look at who is responsible for regulating these innovative disguises.

According to Todd Schlekeway, executive director of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE), some tower companies are working on getting into the stealth build market themselves -- but most agree that it's a task best left to the professionals. That's where tower disguise experts like Cindy Wishart and her team come in. Wishart is the sales and marketing specialist for camouflage tower company Stealth, a concealment firm that claims to be the founder of the tower disguise industry, starting by concealing wireless antennas in 1992.

In FierceInstaller's very first special report, Nicole Blanchard looks at this emerging business and how it's evolving, both in terms of growth and regulation. Special Report

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