Dr. Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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475 views2 comments11/23/06 at 16:03Kramer: Yes. This is near to the Ontario Airport, and jus...
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475 views2 comments06/28/06 at 12:41Guest_Anon: that is a cool site. I'm guessing it's ne...
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Building top multi-sector cell site465 viewsYet another roof-top cell site. This is a macrosite adjacent to a major freeway in Los Angeles.1 comments06/18/06 at 10:51Guest_skifdank: beautiful
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The Tower Works LTD708 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 comments05/20/06 at 22:11Guest_Anon: This is a really neat tower. I've seen it a fe...
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Side Saddle Microwave Dish Installation422 viewsAnother view of this cell site which uses a microwave dish antenna system to provide backhaul to the MTSO. The interesting note for this site is the side saddle (offset) installation of the dish antenna. In most metro installations, a microwave antenna saves the carrier the cost of leasing a telco dataline, but at the expense of adding visual loading to the project.1 comments02/02/06 at 13:03Larry: T-Mobile's (formerly Cingular) towers that were bu...
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Co locate site for multiple cell structures636 viewsThis multi-tower site is along next to Interstate 405 in Irvine, California. 1 comments02/02/06 at 12:58Larry: On the left we have T-Mobile (formerly Cingular), ...
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Multi-Carrier Panels468 viewsJust west of Interstate 5 in San Diego County, California. Notice that anyone can walk up to the ground-mounted panel antennas via the path in the foreground. This site is not fenced.1 comments02/01/06 at 12:59Larry: The biggest of those sites belongs to Sprint. I a...
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Spectrasite Co-Lo Multisector at Different Levels421 viewsSpectrasite tower supports a three sector wireless system, with one of the sectors lower than the other two (to help shape coverage). Also, this site supports an omnidirection carrier (the vertical antennas on top of the tower). 2 comments02/01/06 at 12:56Kramer: No. This is off of the 60 east of downtown LA.
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Spectrasite Co-Lo Multisector at Different Levels421 viewsSpectrasite tower supports a three sector wireless system, with one of the sectors lower than the other two (to help shape coverage). Also, this site supports an omnidirection carrier (the vertical antennas on top of the tower). 2 comments02/01/06 at 12:54Larry: Is this the one that overlooks the 405 frwy in Lon...
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Great Scott! (Some more)468 viewsThis close-up view shows a very stylish use of an iron sculpture to provide an interesting surround to a cell site BTS.3 comments09/04/05 at 00:53Jon: Well, it's better than nothing
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Great Scott!468 viewsScottsdale has some very interesting pole mounted sites. This long view of several carriers' sites shows an interesting deployment scheme to cover subdivisions along Shea Road.3 comments09/04/05 at 00:52Jon: Very odd design then... Thanks Jonathan ;...
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Great Scott! (Some more)468 viewsThis close-up view shows a very stylish use of an iron sculpture to provide an interesting surround to a cell site BTS.3 comments08/26/05 at 08:25Anon: Well, it's a creative way of blocking the view of ...
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Great Scott!468 viewsScottsdale has some very interesting pole mounted sites. This long view of several carriers' sites shows an interesting deployment scheme to cover subdivisions along Shea Road.3 comments08/26/05 at 08:24Anon: Actually, yes...and no. The cactus is a metal scu...
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Great Scott!468 viewsScottsdale has some very interesting pole mounted sites. This long view of several carriers' sites shows an interesting deployment scheme to cover subdivisions along Shea Road.3 comments08/26/05 at 00:20Jon: Is that the sun I see on top of a cactus?
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Great Scott! (Some more)468 viewsThis close-up view shows a very stylish use of an iron sculpture to provide an interesting surround to a cell site BTS.3 comments08/26/05 at 00:18Jon: Very odd design
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Cell site, microwave mounted on wood pole963 viewsWe don't need no stinking steel tower!1 comments08/18/05 at 00:52Jon: I saw one of those off the 101 freeway in Hollywoo...
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Sprint microcell - Two Sectors634 viewsPole mounted Sprint microcell in Brentwood, California (Parkyns St.). The panel antennas should have been painted brown or green to afford some measure of camouflage. This site is near OJ's former home on Rockingham in Brentwood, California. It's a much nicer area than were he now lives in Nevada.2 comments07/25/05 at 12:03Kramer: This is a block away from OJ's old Brentwood estat...
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Sprint microcell - Two Sectors634 viewsPole mounted Sprint microcell in Brentwood, California (Parkyns St.). The panel antennas should have been painted brown or green to afford some measure of camouflage. This site is near OJ's former home on Rockingham in Brentwood, California. It's a much nicer area than were he now lives in Nevada.2 comments07/25/05 at 11:35Anon: Where?
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