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The antenna acts as an interface between a transmission line and free space. In this way, it can act both as a transmitter and receiver of electromagnetic waves.

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When a user makes a call, the emitted radio signal searches for the nearest tower. The cell tower's receiving antenna then picks up the radio signal and starts the process of locating the caller.

In addition to installation, antenna operator services can also be sought for repair and maintenance of antennas, converters, cabling and other related equipment and accessories.

There are four broad categories for transmission towers: suspension, terminal, voltage, and transposition.

Once the location of the call had been identified, the searches focused on the range of the cell phone signal from the tower, which ranges from 2 to 3 km.

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