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  Reply # 1109943 17-Aug-2014 14:37
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What is Norway's topology like? Our terrain & sparse population makes building the network expensive. What's resource consent like in Norway?




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  Reply # 1109959 17-Aug-2014 15:02
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coffeebaron: What is Norway's topology like? Our terrain & sparse population makes building the network expensive. What's resource consent like in Norway?


Topology: More mountains and valleys than in NZ I am pretty certain. I can find the info if you like on how many FM-transmitters are used to cover Norway. The GSM-technology was developed in Norway and a key part of it is being able to deal with reflections from the many mountain walls that you have to deal with there.

Consent: Not sure what you are asking. But if you are asking how the frequency resources are given out, its based on auctions.

The latest auction brought in a total of almost 1.8 billion NOK, thats to say about 346 million NZD (1 NZD = 5.2 NOK)

Here is the info on the latest frequency auction:
https://translate.google.no/translate?sl=no&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=no&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.npt.no%2Faktuelt%2Fnyheter%2Fresultat-av-auksjonen&edit-text=&act=url





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1109961 17-Aug-2014 15:04
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Consent for building sites (RMA)

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  Reply # 1109970 17-Aug-2014 15:15
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Building consent I am not sure about, but I think it involves quite a bit of bureaucracy.

I did some digging, and I found that one of the mobile operators tried to avoid having to apply for consent by putting up a flag pole celltower. They didn't get away with it.

Found this that is related to that - how to disguise a cell tower: http://twistedsifter.com/2012/08/examples-of-cell-phone-tower-disguises/




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