Communication Towers

Radio masts or towers are typically tall structures designed to support antennas for telecommunications and broadcasting, including television. There are two main types guyed and self-supporting structures. They are among the tallest human-made structures. Due to the rising popularity of handheld communication devices over the last 15 years, communication towers can now be located almost anywhere you look. However, it’s important to note that not all communication towers are the same. There are different types of communication towers that can be used to transmit wireless radio signals, depending on specific purpose.

Guyed Tower

A guyed tower is a light- to heavy-weight communication tower constructed with straight rods aligned in a triangular form, but supported with wires at all angles. Guyed towers are especially tall, reaching heights as high as 2,000 feet, and are typically used to hold antennas high off the ground allowing for greater signal strength and cell reception.

In addition to cellular use, they can also serve for radio and television purposes. They are ideal for rural customers who require maximum height at an economical cost.

A partially guyed tower consists of a guyed mast atop a stable, freestanding structure. The wires may be anchored to the top of the structure or to the ground.

An additionally guyed tower has added wires for support. They can be attached temporarily to add stability (such as during construction) or attached in only one direction to support unidirectional shear stresses.

An example of this could be a utility pole at the end of a power line where the line ends or angles off in another direction. Guys are only needed in one direction to support the unbalanced load of the power line in the other direction.

Self Support Tower

Self-Supporting Towers Engineered to Be Self-Sustaining Standing Apart by Standing Alone. Self-supporting is the model state for so many things in life, from how we envision our children growing up to the sales projections when we rollout a new product or service. Self-supporting also defines one of our most popular wireless telecommunication towers. Our lattice towers are as durable as they are strong.

They’re designed to carry nearly any type of microwave or wireless communication equipment loads. They can be finished to meet the most demanding visual expectations, zoning laws and corrosive climates.

At WiFiRay InfraTech, we understand what’s riding on your towers. Everything. Your service. Your reputation. Your customers’ trust. That’s why we offer a number of low-maintenance, self-supporting tower options produced to help you keep the promise of reliability.

We can also custom-engineer self-supporting towers to meet your special requirements or stand up to special loads or weather conditions. we’ll help you find the right structure to expand your network or replace or existing tower.