Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

Our collection of wireless sites


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Lots of BTS Equipment in the Sidewalk Area292 viewsHere's a close-up photo of the AT&T Wireless BTS in the public right-of-way (sidewalk). Notice how tall the equipment stack is (about 6').11111
(1 votes)
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Lots of BTS Equipment in the Sidewalk Area205 viewsThis AT&T Wireless base station is located in the right-of-way. The smaller pedestal to the left of the BTS houses the power company meter.00000
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Two Sectors - One into a hillside!260 viewsOkay, here's a panoramic photograph of Sprint's excellent RF into the accessible hillside.00000
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Two Sectors - One into a hillside!266 viewsAs seen in the accompanying photo, the left-pointing antennas (sector) seem to provide excellent coverage for the hillside, and not much beyond it. It would be interesting to know how much power this site and antennas produce, and whether any portion of the hillside is in an RF controlled zone. The hillside, as you can see in the photo, is quite accessible to the general public.00000
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Two Sectors - One into a hillside!234 viewsThis sprint site isn't for roadway coverage. One sector (the one facing right in this photo) faces a group of homes. The sector facing left in the photo points DIRECTLY INTO A HILLSIDE! Very strange! See the accompanying photo for more details about the aiming of the left-hand sector.00000
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Sprint - Microcell using Sanders CATV radio260 viewsSprint (especially in conjunction with Cox) deployed a significant number of the Sanders cable TV/cell interface. This site uses very low gain antennas (the two outside antennas are for reception from the users, and the center antenna is for transmission to the users). Sprint has built its own CATV-like wireless system to connect many of its sites back to its MTSOs. 33333
(1 votes)
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Microcell - Two Sectors231 viewsYet another pole-mounted two-sector cell site.33333
(5 votes)
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Microcell - Two Sectors234 viewsTwo sectors facing up/down the highway. That's the San Fernando Valley in the background (on a VERY clear day!).33333
(2 votes)
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Microcell - Two Sectors262 viewsHigh gain (directional) antennas facing up/down the highway.44444
(6 votes)
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Microcell - Two Sectors242 viewsNotice the GPS antenna (the mushroom shaped device) on the crossarm.33333
(1 votes)
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Microcell - Two sectors254 viewsA two sector microcell on an Edison pole. Note the old (now abandoned) Metricom packet relay transceiver just below the cobra light head. Metricom is no more, but the equipment lives on.00000
(1 votes)
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Rooftop macrocell231 viewsYet another rooftop macrocell site. Santa Monica, California.00000
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Ground level wireless site on hilltop - Overview199 viewsThis is a pull-back photo of a cell site atop a hill above a major Interstate Highway. The antennas are mounted at ground level.33333
(4 votes)
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Ground level wireless site on hilltop - CLOSE UP286 viewsThis is a close-up of a cell site atop a hill above a major Interstate Highway. The antennas are mounted at ground level.44444
(4 votes)
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Color can make all the difference - Close up256 viewsThe antenna panels, while not camo, are nicely blended into the underlying structure.00000
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Color can make all the difference212 viewsThis non-camo site is tastefully painted to blend in with the underlying structure. Better than most, not a good as some.00000
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Power transmission pole - L.A. Dept. of Water & Power207 viewsThis power transmission pole, located in Tarzana, California, supports a cell site.00000
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Sprint microcell - Omnidirectional pattern226 viewsOne of the secret ways from the San Fernando Valley into West Los Angeles (or is it the other way around) is via Havenhurst Avenue. Sprint's customers know the route, and Sprint's capitalized on it by adding this omni site to cover the commuters.00000
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Sprint microcell - Base Station, Backhaul, and Powering352 viewsThe base station is the large box. Below it is the interface box that extracts power from the coaxial cable backhaul system. At the bottom, in the small box, is the power regulation transformer. Note that this installation, in California, does not comply with CPUC General Order 95 as it has cables below 8 feet above ground that are not in conduit.44444
(3 votes)
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Sprint microcell - Omnidirectional pattern233 viewsOne of the secret ways from the San Fernando Valley into West Los Angeles (or is it the other way around) is via Havenhurst Avenue. Sprint's customers know the route, and Sprint's capitalized on it by adding this omni site to cover the commuters.11111
(2 votes)
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Sprint microcell - Two Sectors273 viewsThis two sector microcell provides spot service along Mulholland Highway in Los Angeles. Note the good use of brown paint to provide some blending with the pole and arms.00000
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Sprint microcell - Single Sector295 viewsA Sprint single sector microcell site on Mullholland Road in Los Angeles.33333
(2 votes)
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Now you See it, and Now you Do207 viewsThis non-camo/camo site is located near a major freeway and arterial roadway.00000
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After the COW...214 viewsBefore and during the construction of this Nextel site on US Government property, the firm used a COW to provide service along I-405 in West Los Angeles. A photo of that particular COW may be viewed in the non-camo section of this gallery.00000
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Omnidirectional to Sectorized233 viewsThese poles formerly supported omnidirectional cell antennas. The carrier increased capacity by replacing the omni antennas with sectorized panel antennas.22222
(4 votes)
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Power transmission pole - Underground equipment shelter281 viewsThis cell site, on a power transmission pole, is connected to a controlled environment vault ("CEV"). The CEV is an underground room housing the equipment. The hatch for the CEV is the green box show below and to the left of the pole.44444
(1 votes)
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Old Local Market Sign Cell165 viewsThis is most likely a capacity site filling in along a stretch of well traveled roadway in Santa Monica, California. View 1 of 2.00000
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Old Local Market Sign Cell178 viewsThis is most likely a capacity site filling in along a stretch of well traveled roadway in Santa Monica, California. View 2 of 2.00000
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This signal ISN'T watered down204 viewsNote the panel antennas well below the tank.22222
(4 votes)
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Cell-on-a-roof186 viewsThree sector cell site on a commercial building rooftop.22222
(2 votes)
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Generator Socket300 viewsThis is a standby power generator socket to provide power to the cell site during local commercial power failures44444
(3 votes)
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Pumping more then water...200 views...from this water plant in Hartford, CT. Note the antennas on the righthand smokestack.33333
(3 votes)
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Lots of signal!298 viewsThis is a co-location site located south of Worcester, MA.44444
(2 votes)
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Two monopoles - Co-location site.209 viewsThese towers are located near Worcester, MA.00000
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The signal is Smok'n from this site!198 viewsThis is a cell site constructed on an old mill brick smokestack. Located in Westborough, MA.00000
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Smokestack BTS equipment203 viewsThis is the base station equipment cage next to the smokestack site in Westborough, MA.22222
(2 votes)
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Self-supporting cell tower - Mass Turnpike206 viewsThis co-location site is in Newton, MA along the turnpike.11111
(2 votes)
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Wireless site on a major transmission tower, Irvine, CA219 viewsUtilizing the powerline ROW, this wireless site makes use of a transmission tower. If you enlarge the photograph, you'll see another wireless site on the pole behind this one.00000
(1 votes)
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Simple, single carrier wireless site194 viewsSimple monopole with a single carrier22222
(2 votes)
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Co locate site for multiple cell structures483 viewsThis multi-tower site is along next to Interstate 405 in Irvine, California. 1 comments55555
(5 votes)
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Close-up of transmission tower wireless installation, Irvine, CA190 viewsUtilizing the powerline ROW, this wireless site makes use of a power transmission tower. 00000
(1 votes)
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Multi-sector wireless site with microwave interconnect205 views33333
(5 votes)
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Multi carrier array217 viewsThis is a co-location site with an omni-direction carrier (the antennas up/down from the platform) and a sectorized (panel) antenna configuration. Spotted in Irvine, California.11111
(3 votes)
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A cell site on a power transmission monopole233 viewsIn Thousand Oaks, California. Note that the BTS equipment is underground.00000
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Monopole Power Tower Cell Site243 viewsThis is a cell site on a power mono-tower in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Notice the microwave antenna for backhaul located on the lower portion of the tower.00000
(1 votes)
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Waves of Power259 viewsA fairly standard power transmission tower with a cell crown. Spotted in Walnut Creek, California, this photograph graces the cover of Paul Valle-Riestra's book, "Telecommunications: The Governmental Role in Managing the Connected Community" published in 2002.

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(5 votes)
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Parking lot cell site321 viewsHere's another, wider view of a cell site mounted on a parking lot light standard in San Francisco.00000
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Parking lot cell site255 viewsThe cell antennas are mounted on the light standard on the roof of a public parking lot in San Francisco.00000
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San Mateo Bridge257 viewsTo provide for high power, focused coverage along a significant portion of the San Mateo Bridge spanning the Bay, carriers use high gain antennas. Here's a co-lo cell site on the east side of the bay.00000
(1 votes)
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Salzburg, Austria cell site - Apartment Building258 viewsThis is a cell site on the roof of an apartment building in Salzburg, Austria. I snapped this photo from my hotel room after having just lectured on cell siting at the Center for International Legal Studies.11111
(1 votes)
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Salzburg, Austria cell site229 viewsThis is a cell site on the roof of a bank in Salzburg, Austria. I snapped this photo from my hotel room across the street after having lectured on cell sites at the Center for International Legal Studies.00000
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Cell Call Box385 viewsWhere there's nothing else vertical, some carriers will build cell sites on call boxes. This call box (now replaced) was installed on the Pacific Coast Highway near Point Mugu, California. The base station equipment was located in the flush vault in the foreground.22222
(4 votes)
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GPS and LMU antennas1017 viewsThe GPS antenna (the pointed white dome) is used to receive satellite-delivered timing signals used to sync a large-area wireless network.

The LMU (Location Measuring Unit) antenna, which in this photograph is mounted on a bracket to the left of the GPS antenna) is used to help a wireless carrier locate its users as required by the FCC for wireless E-911.
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(4 votes)
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Pad-mounted Base Station565 viewsThis is a concrete-pad mounted cell site base station. The powering is to the right, and the GPS antenna is seen in the top-background attached to the ice-bridge. The ice-bridge protects the coaxial cables, mounted below the bridge, from falling ice.33333
(3 votes)
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Pad-mounted Base Station385 viewsThis is a concrete-mounted cell site equipment and power package. Note the use of the ice-bridge (left-rear of the equipment) to protect the cables. The commercial powering package is to the right of the radio equipment package. 55555
(2 votes)
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Guess which puts out more power?391 viewsThis is a massive power transmission tower that supports two different carriers. Yeah, the tower's REALLY that big.33333
(2 votes)
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Co-location external generator sockets294 viewsWhen the commercial power fails, many carriers rely on portable power generators to keep cell sites operating. Here are two generator sockets at a co-lo site (Verizon and AT&TWS [now Cingular]).00000
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Co-location cell sites on paired power transmission towers277 viewsThis is an example of co-location sites on adjacent power transmission towers.

Notice that the antenna panels and cables were not required to be painted to match the towers. Painting those elements would have positively impacted the result.
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Cell site on power transmission tower268 viewsHere's a fairly standard non-camo wireless site on a power transmission tower.22222
(4 votes)
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External co-location monopole279 viewsOne way a co-location wireless site is created is by externally-mounting the cables and antennas to an existing monopole. This example shows what can happen when the added cables are not covered or otherwise specified to minimize visual impact.

The carriers at this site are Verizon Wireless and AT&T Wireless (now Cingular Wireless).
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RF on the Roof292 viewsThis commercial building in Tarzana, California shows how to poorly plan a roof by sticking almost anything (antenna wise) on the roof. A very poor (or good, depending on your view) example of how not to plan a rooftop. 33333
(4 votes)
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Four sector monopole cell site378 viewsIt's relatively unusual to find 4-sector towers. Here's one (although only 3 sectors are in use).44444
(3 votes)
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Co-location cell site267 viewsYACS: Yet another co-location site. Note the various microwave antennas on the monopole. Microwave antennas are used for backhaul to the MTSO, and save monthly recurring line lease costs (at the cost of increased visual load at the site). 33333
(2 votes)
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Co-location cell site213 viewsYACS: Yet another co-location cell site.00000
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Co-location cell site - sectorized and omnidirectional285 viewsA single monopole tower can support one or more sectorized carriers. The lower carrier does not use diversity reception (two receive antennas spaced so as to better receive lower power mobile handsets). The upper carrier does use diversity. Usually, in diversity configurations, the two receive antennas are on the outsides of the sector, and the transmit antenna is located inside, adjacent to one of the receive antennas. 33333
(2 votes)
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Generic monopole site400 viewsJust another example of a monopole antenna tower.55555
(1 votes)
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Co-location cell site304 viewsThe lower array was added after the tower was constructed. How do we know? Many of the cables for that array are mounted on the outside of the pole on the righthand side. 11111
(2 votes)
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Palms guarding cell site - circa 2001324 viewsHere's a photo of a PCS site I photographed sometime in 2001. Notice that its 'in the middle of nowhere.' Fast forward to the shot of the same site I took in October, 2004.33333
(3 votes)
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Palms guarding cell site - circa 2004379 viewsThis is a cell site 'guarded' by live palm trees. Its the same site I photographed in late 2001 (see that photo in this gallery). Notice how the live palms have grown, and so have the houses around the site!44444
(4 votes)
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Oh thank heavens for RF from 7-11300 viewsHere's an example of a microcell designed to illuminate a road segment for adding spot capacity. Notice that the apartment (right of the antenna) is just off the main lobe beam.11111
(2 votes)
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Building side mount omni site295 viewsNotice that the omnidirectional antennas are mounted on the side of the building near the corner. Even more interesting is that the GPS antenna (used for network timing) is mounted in such a way as to be shielded from about 120 degrees of sky (this site faces northwest).33333
(4 votes)
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Church bell tower302 viewsThis is a non-camo site atop (well, just below) the bells of a church. Notice the shadowing of the antenna cables on the right side front of the tower.33333
(3 votes)
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Cell Site Generator Plug and Breaker/Switch-over Panel327 viewsMany cell sites must operate 24/7, even in the event of a commercial power failure. Most carriers have standby power generators that can be driven to cell sites and plugged in to a generator plug such as the one shown to the right of the breaker/switch-over panel. This facility is owned by AT&T Wireless. It's in the western part of Los Angeles.22222
(3 votes)
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Spectrasite co-location site326 viewsThis Spectrasite cell/microwave site is located in Carson, California. The tower is registered to what is now Verizon Wireless. Note how the microwave antennas are identified by code to permit identification of specific microwave antennas from ground level. It's located in an "Enterprise" zone (sorry...inside joke).00000
(0 votes)
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Omni-directional Microcell on Sign376 viewsThis AT&T Wireless site, at Fairfax and Pico in Los Angeles, is an example of placing a microcell site atop an existing, small sign.

If you enlarge the photo, don't miss checking out the lid of the vault in front of the pole. The lid is a piece of plywood, apparently to replace the original concrete!

Nope, I don't want to drive my car over that lid, either!
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(4 votes)
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Multi-carrier cell site and TVRO downlink315 viewsThe multiple carrier tower isn't connected with the TVRO satellite antennas in front, but it makes for a nice picture. This site is located in northern San Antonio, Texas at a very large church facility. An interesting note: The antenna structure registration number shown on the site is, per the FCC's database, cancelled. Interesting!33333
(2 votes)
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Hot zone? What hot zone?496 viewsThis roof-top site (now removed) used cheezy plastic safety cones with pasted-on warning signs to alleged mark the edge of the general population/uncontrolled RF zone. Note the two cones at rear-right that have blown over. A very effective warning technique, eh?33333
(4 votes)
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Two levels? No problem!342 viewsThis cell site, located on Yerba Buena Island in the San Francisco Bay serves both levels of the Bay Bridge.44444
(3 votes)
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Penthouse external mounted site298 viewsThis is a plain, externally mounted cell site on a commercial office building. Note the GPS (timing) antenna well above the roof line, which might have been mounted at the roof level to minimize its visibility from ground level without impairing its function.22222
(3 votes)
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Major Macrocell Site (multiple carriers)331 viewsThis is an example of a traditional multiple carrier macrocell site. Note the large microwave antennas facing to the right: They are used to provide high-reliability connection of this site to the MTSO some 25 miles away.22222
(1 votes)
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Cell site on a Call Box426 viewsThis cell site uses a travelers call box as the antenna support. The equipment is located just beyond the railing in the underground enclosure. Near Pt. Mugu, California.44444
(2 votes)
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PGE Transmission Tower Cell Site269 viewsSpotted in Walnut Creek, California: A cell site mounted atop a PGE transmission tower. 33333
(2 votes)
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Strand-mounted cell site (Sprint)464 viewsThis is a Sprint cell site using the cable TV system to connect users to the MTSO. Irvine, CA.33333
(3 votes)
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Chester, PA Cell Site378 viewsAttention KMART shoppers! Now you can show for sundries and signal at the same time!33333
(3 votes)
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Cell site in Salzburg, Austria268 viewsWhile in Salzburg to lecture at the Center for International Legal Studies I snapped this photo of a cell site across the street from my hotel room.33333
(2 votes)
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Old Power Tower = New Cell Tower285 viewsThe power utility removed its wires from this old transmission tower, but still uses it to support a cell site.33333
(3 votes)
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Close-up of anti-Bird-bomb net over antennas430 viewsHere's a close-up photo of the net placed over the antennas to keep the birds off (and to keep them from bombing the cars below)! 22222
(3 votes)
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What's that wrapping around the antennas?436 viewsHere's an interesting site (close up in next photo). Notice that there are cars parked in the auto body shop lot directly below the antennas. Perhaps birds like to take aim and, er, hit the cars below. What a clever carrier solution! Put a net around the antennas to keep the birds off. 22222
(6 votes)
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Semi-camo tower364 viewsThe Santa Monica Mountains frame this cell site, located along Interstate 405 near the Getty Center in Los Angeles.33333
(7 votes)
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Cell site crowning a power transmission tower356 viewsThis cell site, in Walnut Creek, California, is atop a PG&E power transmission tower.33333
(1 votes)
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The Tower Works LTD559 viewsThis structurally attractive tower is in Mangonia Park just north of West Palm Beach. The tower is just over 500 feet tall. I had a delightful chat with Marlin of TTW about her tower. She shared some great stories - and frustrations - about this and other towers she's been involved with.1 comments22222
(13 votes)
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Nextel antenna structure on top of an industrial building436 viewsOpen antenna structures have little impact in industrial areas.33333
(9 votes)
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Antenna arrays mounted on transmission towers373 viewsClose-up view of an antenna array mounted on a power transmission tower. 22222
(4 votes)
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Wireless sites on power transmission towers460 viewsA new trend to install wireless antenna arrays on high voltage power transmission towers. These new co-location sites are gaining popularity due their preexisting right of ways and available height. 33333
(3 votes)
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Surface mounted antennas sometimes just require matching paint378 viewsThis surface mount wireless site is less visible due to the use of matching paint on the antenna radomes. Less visible, but not a true camouflage site. 33333
(5 votes)
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Freeway wireless site381 viewsThis double wireless array is situated on a building located immediately adjacent to the I-5 Freeway in Los Angeles. 44444
(7 votes)
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Multipurpose monopole401 viewsThis tall monopole belonging to a Southern California radio station is occupied at several levels by various communications services. 44444
(5 votes)
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"We Come In Peace!"565 viewsWater tank cell and microwave site south of Sacramento, California along I-533333
(5 votes)
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Cell site on power transmission pole344 viewsThis site in located in British Columbia, Canada.11111
(1 votes)
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Cell site on power transmission pole410 viewsThis site in located in British Columbia, Canada.11111
(1 votes)
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Microcell mounted in traffic signal light standard548 viewsThe cell antennas are pointed to cover short street segments on Ventura Blvd east and west of Laurel Canyon Blvd. San Fernando Valley, California.33333
(8 votes)
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Cell site, microwave mounted on wood pole805 viewsWe don't need no stinking steel tower!1 comments33333
(7 votes)
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Pole-mounted Microcell1098 viewsThis wireless microcell provides uninterrupted coverage on a busy major highway in a steep winding canyon on the Southern California coast. 22222
(3 votes)
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Cell site in parking lot1385 viewsNotice the addition of the lot lights. 44444
(2 votes)
 
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