Dr. Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California129 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California102 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California95 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California94 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California84 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California92 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California75 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California78 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California72 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California76 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California101 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California83 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California82 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California76 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California74 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California74 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California72 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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Chimney Site with Elevated BTS Platform - Hermosa Beach, California68 viewsThis site features a chimney to hide the antennas (except from behind) and an elevated BTS equipment cabinet platform.
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NextG (Crown Castle) Dual DAS in Redondo Beach, CA107 viewsThis is an example of why the assertion that 'DAS and done' is not always true. This site was originally permitted as a single DAS site, but another carrier wanted to be at the same site, so a larger cabinet holding two DAS nodes was installed, as was a second antenna.
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NextG (Crown Castle) Dual DAS in Redondo Beach, CA92 viewsThis is an example of why the assertion that 'DAS and done' is not always true. This site was originally permitted as a single DAS site, but another carrier wanted to be at the same site, so a larger cabinet holding two DAS nodes was installed, as was a second antenna.
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NextG (Crown Castle) Dual DAS in Redondo Beach, CA87 viewsThis is an example of why the assertion that 'DAS and done' is not always true. This site was originally permitted as a single DAS site, but another carrier wanted to be at the same site, so a larger cabinet holding two DAS nodes was installed, as was a second antenna. This is the SCE meter cabinet for the site.
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NextG (Crown Castle) Dual DAS in Redondo Beach, CA64 viewsThis is an example of why the assertion that 'DAS and done' is not always true. This site was originally permitted as a single DAS site, but another carrier wanted to be at the same site, so a larger cabinet holding two DAS nodes was installed, as was a second antenna.
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NextG (Crown Castle) Dual DAS in Redondo Beach, CA65 viewsThis is an example of why the assertion that 'DAS and done' is not always true. This site was originally permitted as a single DAS site, but another carrier wanted to be at the same site, so a larger cabinet holding two DAS nodes was installed, as was a second antenna.
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NextG (Crown Castle) Dual DAS in Redondo Beach, CA58 viewsThis is an example of why the assertion that 'DAS and done' is not always true. This site was originally permitted as a single DAS site, but another carrier wanted to be at the same site, so a larger cabinet holding two DAS nodes was installed, as was a second antenna.
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61 viewsThis is an example of why the assertion that 'DAS and done' is not always true. This site was originally permitted as a single DAS site, but another carrier wanted to be at the same site, so a larger cabinet holding two DAS nodes was installed, as was a second antenna.
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Just park that signal!168 viewsT-Mobile's recently upgraded parking lot site in Long Beach, California.
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Church Steeple Site in Long Beach, California210 viewsChurch Steeple Site
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NextG DAS Pole Mounted Site402 viewsA NextG distributed antenna system (DAS) site in Redondo Beach, California.
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Another Big Mac Site1206 viewsThe carrier has its equipment in an underground vault in the grass area of this McDonald's in Huntington Beach, California. Notice the two green vents in the background.
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No Buns!904 viewsT-Mobile's flagpole site at a McDonald's in Huntington Beach, California is not yet complete. This closeup shows the antenna, the tower-mounted-amplifiers, the remote tilt activators, and all the other fun stuff that makes this site play.
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With the 'buns' in place812 viewsT-Mobile's antennas are now covered at this McDonald's site in Huntington Beach, California
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Buns, please!758 viewsT-Mobile's flagpole site, standing adjacent to another carrier's flagpoles, awaits the installation of the panels once the antennas are wired and optimized.
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T-Mobile's McDonald's Flagpole Site BTS Equipment1183 viewsThis is the ancillary equipment cabinets and panels (power, telephone; back-up power socket; etc.) that make the flagpole site in front of the McDonald's emit that popular PCS aroma.
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Park'n the Signal on the Roof289 viewsNotice how the coax ground wires are far from supported, attached, and protected at this site. This is a violation of the NEC 810.21(C) and (D) et seq.
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Park'n the Signal on the Roof307 viewsThe cable wiring for this site leaves something to be desired. Notice how the cables are attached to wood blocks.

PMBS>Cingular>T-Mobile at The Grand Long Beach Event Center, 4101 East Willow St.
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Park'n the Signal on the Roof300 viewsPBMS built this site. Cingular took it over. It's likely now a T-Mobile site. Long Beach, California, on top of the parking lot for The Grand Long Beach Event Center, 4101 East Willow St.
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Park'n the Signal on the Roof244 viewsPBMS built this site. Cingular took it over. It's likely now a T-Mobile site. Long Beach, California, on top of the parking lot for The Grand Long Beach Event Center, 4101 East Willow St.
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YA_P Site437 viewsYet another ____ pole site. This one in Newport Beach, California.
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PCS at City Hall286 viewsThis Sprint site at the Redondo Beach, California City Hall also supports public safety radio antennas above and below the panels.
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The Tower Works LTD568 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 comments
   
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