Licensed wireless providers in Boston
Telecommunication companies maintain antennas across the City. Some of them are installed on City property, such as streetlights, utility poles, traffic lights, and more. These antennas are known as "small cells." They improve cell phone and data service in Boston.
Wireless antennas are closely regulated by the FCC. Small cell antennas transmit very low levels of radio waves compared to traditional cell antennas.
This page doesn't yet have a complete list of all approved streetlight designs. We'll continue to update the page with approved designs as we get them.
- Exhibit X-1 Standard Concrete Light Pole B - RRH Concealment
- Exhibit X-1A Standard Concrete Light Pole Antenna
- Exhibit X-2 Aeriata Concrete Light Pole B - RRH Concealment
- Exhibit X-2A Contemporary Light Pole Antenna
- Exhibit X-3 Pendant Light Pole Style No 5
- Exhibit X-3A Pendant Light Pole Antenna
- Exhibit X-4 Wood Utility Pole - Antenna Top Mount
- Exhibit X-5 Wood Utility Pole - Antenna Side Mount