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Mobile Communications/Mobile Communications Towers

Cellular base station antennas are typically installed within the range of 30 m-50 m above the ground. In cities, these are installed on the roofs of apartment and office buildings. In suburban areas, they are typically installed on towers. DKK uses sophisticated design technology to meet the strict construction standards for telecommunications towers.

Angle Steel Tower

This is the most typical type of tower in Japan. These towers are constructed mainly of steel angles and are relatively versatile in terms of changes, modifications, and reinforcement of antenna installations.

Photo: Angle Steel Tower

Cylindrical Steel Tower

The main type of material used in the construction of these towers is steel pipe. These towers are designed with aesthetic considerations in mind.

Photo: Cylindrical Steel Tower

Triangular Pipe Steel Tower

A relatively small diameter steel pipe is the main material used in the construction of these towers. Three pipes are combined to form a truss without the bracing. In terms of its features, this type of tower is between an angle type and a cylindrical type.

Photo: Triangular Pipe Steel tower

Telescoping Masts

Telescoping masts are used in mobile communications and in measurements of electric fields. DKK draws on its own unique technology to produce easy-to-use electrically-powered telescoping masts that are small, light in weight, and freely extendable.

Photo: Telescoping masts

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