The innovative wooden communication tower has sprung up in Slavonia, marking the beginning of a revolution in terms of eco-friendly telecom infrastructure in the Republic of Croatia.
The allocation for the frequency spectrum for mobile communication services in the Republic of Croatia has been completed, both at the national and county level.
The tender procedure for the 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2600 MHz and 3600 MHz frequency bands starts in January.
We talked with Dean Čizmar, PhD, a professor at the Polytechnic of Zagreb about wooden constructions, the ecological future in Croatia, and the efficient reduction of the carbon footprint.
Major investments are expected in the field of broadband and 5G infrastructure in the next couple of years. The most prominent among them will be telecommunication towers.