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8 foot antenna on building78 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, California
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8 foot antenna on building37 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, California
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8 foot antenna on building36 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, California
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8 foot antenna on building59 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, California
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8 foot antenna on building32 views8 foot antenna tarzana california building
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Sprint's Residential Cell Site138 viewsSprint constructed this stand-alone cell site at a private residence in San Diego County adjacent to San Marcos.
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Mono-Vent Stack154 viewsA mono-vent hiding T-Mobile's antennas on a 1920s building.
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Mono-Vent Stack150 viewsA mono-vent hiding T-Mobile's antennas on a 1920s building.
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Cricket in Santa Fe216 viewsThe Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe hosts this Cricket site.
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Cricket in Santa Fe114 viewsThe Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe hosts this Cricket site.
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A Tower that's Really a Tower637 viewsAT&T and Sprint occupy the tower above this building in Temecula, California. The antennas are located adjacent to the 'windows', and the equipment cabinets are hidden by the roof parapets. The name of the center is, oddly, the Tower Plaza! A very good design, indeed.
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A Tower that's Really a Tower480 viewsView facing southwest of AT&T and Sprint tower site above this building in Temecula, California. The antennas are located adjacent to the 'windows', and the equipment cabinets are hidden by the roof parapets. The name of the center is, oddly, the Tower Plaza! A very good design, indeed.
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A Tower that's Really a Tower685 viewsClose up of the tower enclosing the AT&T and Sprint antennas in this tower above a building in Temecula, California. The antennas are located adjacent to the 'windows', and the equipment cabinets are hidden by the roof parapets. The name of the center is, oddly, the Tower Plaza! A very good design, indeed.
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Sprint on a building699 viewsThis is a Sprint site in San Marcos, California. The BTS equipment cabinets are within in the CMU walled enclosure at ground level; the antennas are inside the surface mounted box on below the top of the building. This site is co-located with a Cricket Wireless monocypress site.
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Sprint on a building617 viewsThis is a Sprint site in San Marcos, California. The BTS equipment cabinets are within in the CMU walled enclosure at ground level; the antennas are inside the surface mounted box on below the top of the building. This site is co-located with a Cricket Wireless monocypress site.
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Getting ready for pulling the coax cables up the tree707 viewsThe worker prepares the coax cables for insertion into the trunk of the monopalm by laying them out flat on the ground. From here, a pull rope will be used to raise the cables into the trunk, and up to the level of the antennas.
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Nextel Camo Site - San Marcos, California369 viewsNextel's poorly-maintained camo site at a medical office building in San Marcos, California.
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Nextel Camo Site - San Marcos, California344 viewsNextel's poorly-maintained camo site at a medical office building in San Marcos, California.
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Camo Site Overlooking LAX371 viewsThis apartment building sports mutiple carries in the faux parapet. This site, in El Segundo overlooks LAX. It appears to have 3 carriers co-located here.
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Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!541 viewsA very unusual cell rock design encloses both Sprint's equipment building and its antennas. Riverside County, just south of Palm Desert, Caifornia. This view is looking west from the roadway.
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Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!612 viewsA very unusual cell rock design encloses both Sprint's equipment building and its antennas. Riverside County, just south of Palm Desert, Caifornia. This view is looking east from an area not usually accessible to visitors.
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Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!722 viewsA very unusual cell rock design encloses both Sprint's equipment building and its antennas. Riverside County, just south of Palm Desert, Caifornia. This view is looking north.
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474 viewsA very unusual cell rock design encloses both Sprint's equipment building and its antennas. Riverside County, just south of Palm Desert, Caifornia. This view is looking southwest from the roadway.
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Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!592 viewsA very unusual cell rock design encloses both Sprint's equipment building and its antennas. Riverside County, just south of Palm Desert, Caifornia. This view is looking northwest from the roadway.
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Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!513 viewsA very unusual cell rock design encloses both Sprint's equipment building and its antennas. Riverside County, just south of Palm Desert, Caifornia. This view is looking east from an area not usually accessible to visitors.
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Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!414 viewsA very unusual cell rock design encloses both Sprint's equipment building and its antennas. Riverside County, just south of Palm Desert, Caifornia. This view is looking east from an area not usually accessible to visitors.
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SFO Airport - Terminal 2/Admin Building288 viewsYup. There's the panel antenna.
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SFO Airport - Terminal 2/Admin Building195 viewsCan you spot the single panel? There's a matching panel just off the photo to the right.
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Yahoo! What a site!303 viewsThis omnidirection site is in Santa Monica, California. The GPS antenna is the right (north) of the antennas on the roof.
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Camo on an apartment building639 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.
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Building side mount omni site293 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).
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Camo-ish on-building cell site (close-up)1238 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.
 
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