Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

Our collection of wireless sites


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Sports park monopole569 viewsCingular is responsible for this site. The BTS equipment is located below/behind the score board (left side of photo). This might have been a good site for a cell-flag instead of just a 'plain old' monopole.33333
(3 votes)
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Business Park Monument498 viewsThis Cingular site is hidden inside a business park monument. The BTS equipment is in the fenced area in the middle-center of the photograph.00000
(1 votes)
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Penthouse extension470 views...without much concern for matching textures (brick pattern). Shared Sprint and AT&T Wireless site.00000
(0 votes)
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Corner parapets hide antennas477 viewsThe cell antennas are behind the add-on parapets on each building corner.00000
(0 votes)
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Belting out the RF521 viewsThe 'belt' around the middle of this structure hides cell antennas. Notice two things: (1) at the far end of the left side you can see some of the antenna cables; and (2) the traditional cell site behind this project.1 comments44444
(4 votes)
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Faux church steeple - Louvers detail390 viewsThe faux church steeple will be completed with louvers. This photograph is a close-up of the louver detail. These louvers are transparent to radio frequency signals. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.00000
(0 votes)
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Faux church steeple - Rough construction488 viewsThe faux church steeple to be used as a cell site is under construction. The parts of the steeple are being mated. The undercoating is yet to be applied. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.33333
(3 votes)
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Faux church steeple - Looking inside405 viewsThe faux church steeple to be used as a cell site has plenty of room inside for antenna installation. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.00000
(0 votes)
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Faux church steeple - nearing completion395 viewsThe faux church steeple to be used as a cell site is nearing completion. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.33333
(2 votes)
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Faux church steeple - Nearly complete404 viewsThe faux church steeple to be used as a cell site is nearly complete. Final matching will occur on site. The RF-transparent louvers are to be installed after this photo, but before delivery to the job site. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.00000
(0 votes)
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"Thick as a brick?" #1 of 2553 viewsThese antennas are located behind a faux brick penthouse wall. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.00000
(0 votes)
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"Thick as a brick?" #2 of 2698 viewsFaux brick penthouse wall. Antennas behind the panel at the far end.
Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.
3 comments33333
(3 votes)
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Camo shutters666 viewsHere's a cell site with the antennas recessed into the wall. RF-transparent shutters will be installed in front of the antennas to make the antennas disappear. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.22222
(2 votes)
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Camo shutters563 viewsThis photo shows the RF-transparent shutters installed in front of the cell site antennas. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.00000
(0 votes)
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Camo faux brick wall503 viewsThe antennas are hidden behind the faux brick face in the upper left portion of the wall. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.33333
(1 votes)
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Camo faux brick wall - close up458 viewsThe antennas are hidden behind the faux brick face. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.00000
(0 votes)
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Camo faux water tank568 viewsCamo faux water tank at shopping center entrance. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.44444
(3 votes)
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Spreading THE WORD...548 viewsVery interesting! This church has a cell site on the tri-leg cross support, AND an AT&T Wireless site inside the large cross attached to the chapel. Site engineering and fabrication of the large camo cross by Peabody Engineering.33333
(1 votes)
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Camo site under construction457 viewsNextel's antennas are behind the foam panel. Site engineering and fabrication by Peabody Engineering.11111
(1 votes)
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Cell Pine571 viewsThis cell pine is located on a hill in Lake Elsinore, CA. Good branch coverage. Notice the round microwave antenna on the tree trunk.1 comments33333
(3 votes)
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Cell flag poles588 viewsThis is a Sprint site in northern San Diego County. The BTS equipment is located to the right of the flagpoles.00000
(0 votes)
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Faux Water Tank, plus...457 viewsAlong the I15 just at the north end of Escondido you'll find this site. It contains a camo water tank, a second carrier below (on the legs), and ground-mounted antennas to the right of the tank.00000
(0 votes)
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Camo faux barn641 viewsThis 'barn' is part of a family fun center. The carrier here is Verizon. Notice the GPS antenna to the right of the barn.1 comments33333
(12 votes)
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Multi-sector camo panels410 viewsThis is an interesting, albeit less than good example of externally mounting panels in camo boxes. Notice how the antenna panel cables are visible above the left-hand panel box, and below the right-hand panel box.00000
(0 votes)
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Church clock tower483 viewsThe omni-directional antennas are atop the clock tower of this church. AT&T Wireless is the carrier.00000
(0 votes)
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Church clock tower530 viewsAT&T Wireless' omni-directional antennas are atop the clock tower of this church. View from rear of church.1 comments33333
(5 votes)
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Poor Camo Design578 viewsA camo site should effectively hide the antennas from public view. This site, in West Los Angeles, fails to do so, and illustrates the point. Camo is NOT just putting up some antenna blinds and painting to match.55555
(1 votes)
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Nextel Wireless Rock740 viewsThis is a camo rock used by Nextel at its Rocky Peak site in the Santa Susana Pass, California.22222
(9 votes)
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Nextel's RF warning sign on its Wireless Rock804 viewsThis is the RF warning sign on Nextel's rock. How do we knot this is a Nextel rock? Call the phone number on the warning sign and find out for yourself.22222
(5 votes)
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Panoramic view of the Rocky Peak Wireless Rocks and Wireless Sign1273 viewsHere are 5 of the 6 cell rocks at Rocky Peak. The cell sign is hidden behind the cell rock in the foreground. Note that cell rocks are on concrete pads.

The equipment building with the small microwave antenna belongs to Nextel. The hidden building with the larger microwave antenna belongs to AT&T Wireless. Other carriers are in fenced cages below AT&T and Nextel.

This site houses Cingular, Sprint, Verizon, AT&T Wireless, and Nextel, and serves the Ronald Regan Freeway (SR118) at the east end of the Santa Susana Pass between Simi Valley and the San Fernando Valley.

Save for one of the Nextel rocks (shown in this gallery), there are no RF warning signs to alert the public to (suspected) high level RF fields around this easy-to-access site.
2 comments33333
(13 votes)
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Peeking Inside a Wireless Rock925 viewsThis is what an antenna looks like mounted inside a cellular rock. The two coaxial cables indicate that the antenna is actually two antennas inside one radome: one for transmit, and one for receive. Another panel antenna can easily be added on the mounting pole in the foreground.44444
(8 votes)
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Wireless Rock785 viewsThis 'rock' houses one or more wireless antennas. The lifting ring bolt at the top of the rock is a nice touch. Santa Susana Pass, California. 1 comments00000
(1 votes)
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Cell Rock749 viewsHere is a cellular rock housing an antenna. The antenna serves the 118 Freeway in the Santa Susana Pass between the Simi Valley and the San Fernando Valley. 44444
(6 votes)
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Cell Rock648 viewsThis 'rock' houses a cell antenna (see the interior shot in this gallery). Rocky Peak wireless site in the Santa Susana Pass, California.00000
(0 votes)
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Wireless Sign661 viewsThis uncompleted sign framework holds multiple antennas. Note that the 'rock' to the left is a cellular rock housing Nextel's antennas. Rocky peak site in Santa Susana Pass, California. 11111
(1 votes)
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Wireless Sign559 viewsThis uncompleted sign framework holds multiple antennas. Rocky Peak site in Santa Susana Pass, California.55555
(2 votes)
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Parking Lot Light Standard Site538 viewsThis is a close-up of the Nextel radome above the parking lot light standard on USN property in San Diego.00000
(1 votes)
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Parking Lot Light Standard Site683 viewsThis is a Nextel site atop a parking lot light standard located on USN property in San Diego, California.33333
(6 votes)
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Cell Palm597 viewsYet another cell palm.22222
(5 votes)
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Cell Pine739 viewsNot a bad tree design execution, save for the lack of branch coverage over the antennas.1 comments11111
(3 votes)
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Cell Pine599 viewsNotice how the tower owner stopped the 'bark' cladding just above the branch level. Also notice now well the painted tower shows through the branches. Not a good design as it draws the eye to the painted metal.00000
(0 votes)
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Another Sad Little Cell Pine683 viewsThis cell pine, owned by American Tower, is a fairly poor design as far as camo goes. Like other poor designs for cell pines, this design contains too few branches, and the 'crown' of vertical branches is a dead-giveaway.5 comments22222
(3 votes)
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Rooftop macrocell678 viewsThis macrocell is located atop a hotel next to the San Diego Freeway in West Los Angeles. Sorry, no room service on the roof.00000
(1 votes)
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Penthouse on a Penthouse736 viewsThe cell antennas are located in the faux penthouse in the center of the roof.33333
(2 votes)
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Partial Camo on Roof559 viewsNote the relatively good color match on the camo housing on the roof in the center of the photo, but lack of full camo on the far housing. This is a relatively poor design as equipment can be viewed from street level.00000
(0 votes)
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Sort-of Camo644 viewsThis cell site is atop a two story commercial building. Note the use of the old-style RF transparent covers in front of the antennas.00000
(1 votes)
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Signal from a dead tree683 viewsThis wood pole supports a cell site radome at the top. The cables are secured in metal U-channels on the side of the pole. 00000
(3 votes)
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City Sign Cell Site719 viewsThis camouflaged site along Interstate 405 in Westminster, California was constructed by AT&T Wireless, now Cingular.11111
(1 votes)
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Radome above light standard786 viewsThis Sprint* site, in Thousand Oaks, California, is a low-impact micro cell designed to serve a small area of twisty streets.

*Thanks for clearing this up, Jimmy!
1 comments22222
(4 votes)
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Cingular underground cell site equipment992 viewsThe BTS equipment vault, in the foreground, serves a Cingular's light standard microcell. The green pedestal houses the power company meter, and is subject to removal if the power company allows unmetered or remotely metered service sometime in the future.44444
(4 votes)
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Church bell tower - GPS antenna735 viewsThis is what first caught my eye: The poorly placed GPS antenna. A better design--one not visible to ground level viewers--would have been to place it at the top of the bell tower out of sight, or on the 'back side' where it would not been seen by church goers.11111
(3 votes)
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Church bell tower720 viewsThis site, in Oak Park, California, is located in the bell tower of a church. The give-aways are (1) the poorly placed GPS antenna on the right side of the tower, and (2) the poor paint match of the bell tower extension.33333
(2 votes)
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Oh, say can you see!!856 viewsAn example of a flag pole cell site. 33333
(7 votes)
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Cell Pine under construction - Close up851 viewsHere's a close-up of the branch attachment pegs for this cell pine. Notice how well the cables, seen at the very top of the photograph, are hidden by the branches. Also, notice the faux pine needle cover on the antenna to the right of the trunk. A good job by American Tower.33333
(7 votes)
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Cell Pine under construction698 viewsThe branch attachment pegs are visible in this photograph. Note the relatively random layout of the pegs, and the fairly good coverage of the antennas at the top. This is an American Tower site in California.22222
(5 votes)
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Another wanna-be cell palm642 viewsDone on the cheap, is it a cell palm that suffers from some plastic fungus, or is it a monopole with some palms stuck on for fun. Your call...1 comments11111
(3 votes)
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Cell Palm head840 viewsThis is a close-up of a cell palm. Note the GPS antenna stuck on to right-side of the frame for the panel antennas.2 comments11111
(7 votes)
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Installing a cell palm724 viewsI snapped this photograph during the installation of this cell palm tree along the I-405 in the pass connecting the San Fernando Valley and West Los Angeles.33333
(9 votes)
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Camo on an apartment building647 viewsIt was a hard call: Is this a camo or non-camo site? Well, the antennas are hidden behind the enclosure on the right side of the roof, but there was no attempt to hide the BTS equipment in the middle of the roof. Overall, a very poor design.33333
(3 votes)
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Camo site on a Public Storage building715 viewsHere's a multi-sector camo installation on a PS building in Los Angeles. The antennas are located inside the box structures on the face of the building.33333
(4 votes)
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Waving the Flag and the Signal886 viewsThis camo flag is adjacent to a major freeway. Note that under federal law the flag must be illuminated at night (it's not). 22222
(9 votes)
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Is that an AIRCRAFT warning light on the tree?863 viewsThis site is on USMC property in San Diego County. The red light on the trop of the cell pine tree warns off low flying helicopters. Notice how the bark cladding stops at the level of the lowest branches. Also notice how much reflective the trunk is without the cladding. The bark cladding should have been extended all the way up the tree trunk.11111
(11 votes)
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The many colors of Red, White, and Blue898 viewsFlag maintenance (and federally required lighting) should be a condition of approval of flag cell sites like the one above. Note that some of the red color stripes have faded to orange.1 comments22222
(7 votes)
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Parking Lot Light Standard PCS Site706 viewsWhat you see, including the BTS equipment, is what you get in this parking lot site. Note the addition of the parking lot lights on either side of the antenna pole.22222
(6 votes)
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Faux penthouse extension664 viewsThis Nextel site has its antennas located inside the faux penthouse atop the building. Notice the uneven coverage of Spanish tiles on the sides. 33333
(6 votes)
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Two very different camo cell palm trees1085 viewsNotice the striking design differences between the two cell palms One uses a light round trunk; the other a darker square trunk with a diamond cross-hatch design. Also notice the difference in palm coverage. The Time Warner Palm Desert headend self-supporting tower can been seen in the background of the enlarged photograph.22222
(7 votes)
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Is that a Diamond-shaped date?1655 viewsThe diamond-shaped device belong the cell antennas is a flat panel microwave antenna. In many cases, the purpose of this antenna is to save the carrier the cost of leasing a data line from the local telephone company. The trade off is that the antenna weakens or destroys the camouflage nature of the site. Not recommended in most cases. How 'bout the fact that the panel antenna supports aren't cut off above the panels. Also notice how the 'bark cladding' stops below the level of the palms. Not a complete camo solution by any means. Finally, is there a brighter green that might draw the eye even more effectively than the panel antenna on the right side? I think not!22222
(8 votes)
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Fake Cell Pine Diseased Tree1088 viewsThis has got to be one of my favorite cell trees...perhaps the worlds worst cell pine design. Yes, Nextel is to be commended on this design, not found in nature, spotted in West Los Angeles, California. Compare this to Nextel's truly good design for a cell pine.2 comments22222
(11 votes)
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What time is it? It's Cingular Time!923 viewsHere's an attractive Cingular Wireless clock tower cell site in Buena Park, California. The BTS equipment is located at ground level behind the block wall.33333
(3 votes)
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Cell Pine with Antenna Panel Covers1038 viewsHere's a Nextel site at the intersection of the CA SR91 and I110. It's a good design, and uses what I lovingly call "pine needle slip covers" on the panel antennas.

Good branch coverage down the trunk. Good texturing on the trunk, too.

Nice job, Nextel!
33333
(4 votes)
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A Sad Little Cell Palm779 viewsIt is a cell pine? It is a monopole with a few palms attached? It is an example of how to 'sell' the community on a cell pine without delivering? You decide.

No texture on the pole; no real attempt to provide adequate palm cover.

Spotted off the I405 near Inglewood Blvd. in the Southbay area of Los Angeles.
1 comments11111
(6 votes)
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Verizon MTSO cell and microwave tower1428 viewsThis is an interesting 63-ish foot communications tower in Schertz, Texas. It's owned by Verizon Wireless.33333
(6 votes)
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Not much water, but lots of signal1104 viewsLocated in at a shopping center in Oxnard, California, the cell antennas are located below the faux water tank.3 comments22222
(8 votes)
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"...before the mast"826 viewsHere's what the camo cell palm looked before the bolt-on antennas were added (see "What's below the fans?" photograph in this section).33333
(4 votes)
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What's that below the fans?909 viewsTake one poorly configured camouflaged cell palm tree and then abandon any desire to keep it camouflaged. How? Just add non-camo antennas bolted onto the 'trunk' below the fans as seen in this photograph. To see what this cell palm looked like before the addition of the bolt-on antennas, see "...before the mast" in this section!44444
(12 votes)
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Lattice but not a tower700 viewsThe antennas at this site in Santa Monica, California are partiallyhidden behind the lattice above the roof. A better design would have required the two visible antenna pole mounts to be cut off above the antennas so as to be hidden from view.33333
(4 votes)
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Mismatched Bricks989 viewsHere is an example of a faux building extension with a poorly matched 'brick' facing. There's no doubt that this design does not effectively hide the antennas behind the faux brick facing. Notice that no effort was made to match the brick patter of the underlying building thereby highlighting the 'out of place' nature of the extension.
1 comments33333
(5 votes)
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Sign of the times (1 of 2)1189 viewsThe cell site antenna is seen at the top of the outdoor advertising sign. Spotted in Connecticut.33333
(6 votes)
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Sign of the times (2 of 2)844 viewsNotice how the base station equipment is mounted on the advertising sign pole mount.33333
(5 votes)
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More Waves and Waves765 viewsA very large flagpole cell site in Southgate, California.11111
(2 votes)
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Cell Pine (multiple carrirers)1075 viewsCell pine tree (multi carriers) with more antennas mounted on the building in the background.1 comments22222
(5 votes)
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Sending out 'the word'1486 viewsA cell site within a church cross. The antennas are behind removable panels above the cross arm. The equipment cabinets are behind the brick wall to the right in the picture.1 comments44444
(23 votes)
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Pt. Sur (Ca.) Lighthouse Water Tank973 viewsAT&T Wireless rebuilt this tank in Big Sur to house a cell site (thanks to Neal McLain for this photo). Check out Neal's site www.antennastructures.blogspot.com.22222
(6 votes)
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Cellular Pine Tree1010 viewsIn the Sepulveda Pass between West Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley (California). 2 comments00000
(5 votes)
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Welcome to Town!1078 viewsHere's a clever way of hidding a cell site inside a City sign.33333
(8 votes)
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A Blessed Signal969 viewsSpreading the word from the tower of a church.33333
(6 votes)
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Spectrum from the Spectrum1008 viewsThis camo cell site is at the Irvine (California) Spectrum shopping center.33333
(10 votes)
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Camo-ish on-building cell site (close-up)1247 viewsLook at how the antennas are covered with the brick-link material. Also note the color bands on the antenna cables. The color bands are used to show the service technician which cables are for transmitting, and which are receiving. The color bands also indicate additional information such as the antenna 'sector' and data transmission.22222
(9 votes)
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Camo-ish on-building cell site890 viewsThis is an example of how surface mounted antennas can be detailed to blend, if not disappear, into the background of the structure.33333
(11 votes)
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Short Flag Pole1046 viewsUS/Mexican Relations.22222
(7 votes)
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What time is it?1363 viewsIt's time to make a cell phone call. This is a multiple carrier cell site.22222
(10 votes)
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Camo site atop broadcast center1567 viewsMajor network studio in Los Angeles. Transmission facilities hidden behind decorative work on top of the building. 1 comments33333
(10 votes)
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Close-up of antennas on pine tree stealth site1029 viewsHere is a close-up of the antenna mounting pattern on the pine tree stealth site. 22222
(7 votes)
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Pine tree stealth site1847 viewsWhile it stands alone above the hill, this is actually a very good camouflaged site. Sufficient faux foliage coverage to hide antennas. 1 comments33333
(11 votes)
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Unhidden and hidden1196 viewsOn this hillside are located two wireless structures. One is obviously not hidden and the other one is. 22222
(11 votes)
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Disguised as Bricks1338 viewsAnother example of disguise painting used to conceal antennas on a complex surface. From a distance, they are barely noticeable. 33333
(9 votes)
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Close-up of antenna disguise fascia1124 viewsHere is a close-up photo of the false wall or fascia hiding these antennas. A better design would have completely hidden the antennas.22222
(8 votes)
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Roof fascia.1122 viewsHidden by a false fascia, the antennas on top of this building are barely noticeable.22222
(9 votes)
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Simple plastic covering.1267 viewsThis antenna structure looks more like a large swamp cooler on top of a building, but it is constructed out of translucent plastic panels to shield from view, but not interfere with RF. 22222
(13 votes)
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Disguise site to look like a chimney1140 viewsThis antenna site in Los Angeles is designed to look like a chimney. Note the panel covers. 33333
(12 votes)
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False 3rd story on office building1506 viewsAntenna room constructted on top of an existing office building. Windows are not real, but instead painted upon translucent plastic materia. Roof room accessible from access door on right end. 44444
(17 votes)
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Southern California palm tree cell site.1648 viewsAlong side a major freeway in the Los Angeles area, this cell site is hardly noticeable from the freeway. 33333
(11 votes)
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Disguised as part of the brickwork1244 viewsThis antenna array is cleverly painted to match the color and texture of the building. Downtown LA intersection, yet barely noticeable.33333
(12 votes)
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On top of a roof access.1094 viewsFalse cupola constructed around the top of a roof access doorway. Conceals antennas.22222
(7 votes)
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Another sickly cell-pine1661 viewsIt looks like hardly any imagination was used to design this sad tree tower site.1 comments22222
(11 votes)
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Camouflaged flagpoles1619 viewsSpotted in Glendale, California.22222
(12 votes)
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Camofulaged AML Receive Site?2477 viewsBack in 1983 Storer Cable was trying to secure a microwave-receive site on a hillside in San Juan Capistrano. The architect retained by Storer lost most of his hair trying to get a design that would pass muster with the City. One night, in a fit of frustration, he came up with this design. We never submitted this one to the City. Pity. It would have been fun!33333
(13 votes)
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Faux chimney antenna site 2 of 22668 viewsThe antennas are in a faux chimney (center of roof).22222
(14 votes)
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Faux chimney antenna site 1 of 23638 viewsThe antennas are in a faux chimney. The base station equipment is adjacent to the house in the lower right portion of the photo. Spotted in Southern California.22222
(16 votes)
   
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