Verizon Deploys Wireless Small Cells on California Navy Base
Thursday, January 16, 2020 | Comments

Verizon announced a new wireless small cell deployment on Naval Base Point Loma in California, designed to improve network connection and bandwidth and lay the groundwork for 5G on the Navy base. This mission-critical communications partnership expands capabilities for tactical and public-safety operations, urban development and force protection by enabling enhanced capacity and data transfer speeds.

The installation will support more than 60 military tenant commands. This is the third small-cell installation on a Navy base in the San Diego area in the past year.

The 4G LTE small cell installations on Navy bases provide a dedicated cellular network for day-to-day operations, as well as emergencies. The new infrastructure will also enhance operational readiness and increase connectivity ubiquitously across the base. The installation offers improved signal penetration in the densely populated urban environment surrounding the installation, and by enabling intelligent tracking and management of assets, force protection and enhanced pier capability to support mission-critical services.

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