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July 09, 2015

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Great name.

Is "mast" not used for the towers on cellular phone base stations in the US? I'm surprised you didn't mention that connotation - good because it relates to mobile comms already, potentially slightly negative as it could be seen as referring to the "old" infrastructure. But, despite that, it was the ship's mast that came to mind first, so it works!

@Jaime: Yes, "mast" is sometimes used in that context, but "station" and "tower" are more frequently. In any event, the client did not see a conflict!

Yay! Always happy when the mark and the clearance results please everyone!

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