(a)   Collocation.  The use of a wireless telecommunications facility by more than one wireless telecommunications provider or by one provider for more than one type of telecommunication technology.
   (b)   Lattice Tower.  A support structure constructed of vertical metal struts and cross braces forming a triangular or square structure, which often tapers from the foundation to the top.
   (c)   Monopole.  A support structure constructed of a single, self-supporting hollow metal tube securely anchored to a foundation.
   (d)   Technically Suitable.  The location of a wireless telecommunication antenna that reasonably serves the purpose for which it is intended within the band width of frequencies for which the owner or operator of the antenna has been licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate without a significant loss of communication capability within developed areas of Carlisle.
   (e)   Telecommunications.  The technology that enables information to be exchanged through the transmission of voice, video or data signals by means of electrical or electromagnetic systems.
   (f)   Wireless Telecommunications Antenna, Antenna, or Antenna Array.  The physical device or an array of elements constituting a physical device through which electromagnetic, wireless telecommunications signals authorized by the FCC are transmitted or received.  Antennas used by amateur radio operators are excluded from this definition.
   (g)   Wireless Telecommunications Facility.  A facility consisting of the equipment and structures involved in receiving telecommunications or radio signals from a mobile radio communications source and transmitting those signals to a central switching computer which connects the mobile unit with the land-based telephone lines.
   (h)   Wireless Telecommunications Tower.  A structure intended to support equipment used to transmit and/or receive telecommunications signals including monopoles, guyed and lattice construction steel structures.
(Ord. 8-13. Passed 5-14-13.)