Local officials take on the feds in battle over 5G small cells
The age-old debate in the US between federal oversight versus local control is getting a new shine thanks to the rise of 5G and small cell transmitters. On Monday (February 10), it’s a debate that’s going before a three-judge panel at the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco.
Billions of dollars in 5G investments could be at stake.
At the heart of the issue is who exactly gets to control how, where and when small cells are installed. And, of course, how much money is involved in the process — and who gets it.
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