Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site182 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site98 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site70 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site76 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site74 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site68 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site58 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site64 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site50 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site53 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site47 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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Irvine, Califoria multicarrier site43 viewsThis is an outstanding multicarrier camo site in Irvine, CA
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A Tower that's Really a Tower642 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 Tower484 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 Tower689 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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It's time for Wireless486 viewsThis tower in Anaheim, California features an RF transparent clock.
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Blessed be the Antennas704 viewsThe antennas at this church in Los Angeles are located adjacent to the cross in the cupola. The antennas an enclosed in the boxes. The cable tray runs over the roof.
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Barn There; Done That715 viewsVerizon's site equipment is located behind the well-marked door inset in the driveway. Notice the GPS antenna at the roof of the antenna enclosure...it should have been located inside the antenna housing.
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Barn There; Done That725 viewsThis is a nice Verizon Wireless site off of I-580 in Berkeley California. The antennas are in the enclosure at the peak of the roof. There is a GPS antenna mounted above (which should have been inside).
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Days'd and Confused846 viewsNextel need only extend the flashing to and across the top of its antenna enclosure to make this a very good site.
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Days'd and Confused695 viewsJust a bit more flashing, if you please.
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Now you see it; now you shouldn't.1045 viewsAs an example of how to ALMOST construct a camouflaged site, look at this photograph. Nextel's camo box fails to extend the flashing around the top of its enclosure. As a result, from ground level you can see the coaxial cables running over the top parapet to the camo box. I've created a photo simulation to illustrate how little it would have taken to complete the camouflage for this site, and the benefits of that little effort. Planners, think about these things...they will make a great difference in the result of your work.
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Camouflaged Antenna, Exposed BTS Cabinets875 viewsNotice the BTS cabinets of the two carriers installed on the roof of this shopping center adjacent to the tower camouflaging the antennas. This photo take from an adjacent commercial site parking lot.
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Camouflaged Antenna Site652 viewsThis tower houses sector antennas.
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Camouflaged Antenna Site603 viewsThis tower houses sector antennas.
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Ontario, California Multi-Carrier Camo Site566 viewsThis is one of the early major camo sites in Southern California. Located in Ontario, this multi-carrier, multi-camo monopalm site is located on the north side of the I-10 Freeway. This photo is from December, 2001.
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Nextel Camo Site - San Marcos, California374 viewsNextel's poorly-maintained camo site at a medical office building in San Marcos, California.
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Nextel Camo Site - San Marcos, California349 viewsNextel's poorly-maintained camo site at a medical office building in San Marcos, California.
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Camo Site at Gas Station504 viewsVerizon Wireless is in the far tower of this gas station on the road to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The site is in Valley, Arizona.
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Village of Oak Creek near Sedona476 viewsThis camo site is located on Highway 179 in Oak Creek. This site is on the main road connecting I-17 with Sedona. The site is hidden in the facade box. Nice background, eh?
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Village of Oak Creek near Sedona490 viewsThis camo site is located on Highway 179 in Oak Creek. This site is on the main road connecting I-17 with Sedona. The site is hidden by the parapet above the roof. Nice background, eh?
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Village of Oak Creek near Sedona431 viewsTwo camouflaged sites are seen (barely) in this shopping center along Highway 179 in the Village of Oak Creek, near Sedona, Arizona.
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Camo Sprint Site489 viewsHere's another view of Sprint's camo site on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica, California. This view is looking north from 15th Street toward Montana Avenue.
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Camo Sprint Site428 views...on Montana Avenue at 15th Street in Santa Monica. The two bumps to the right top of the cam parapet are work lights, not antennas.
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Making calls in Comfort409 viewsNextel invites you to make calls via its camo site atop this Comfort Inn in Fountain Hills, Arizona
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Camo-ish on-building cell site (close-up)1243 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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What time is it?1358 viewsIt's time to make a cell phone call. This is a multiple carrier cell site.
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Disguised as Bricks1334 viewsAnother example of disguise painting used to conceal antennas on a complex surface. From a distance, they are barely noticeable.
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Simple plastic covering.1263 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.
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Disguise site to look like a chimney1135 viewsThis antenna site in Los Angeles is designed to look like a chimney. Note the panel covers.
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False 3rd story on office building1501 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.
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Southern California palm tree cell site.1642 viewsAlong side a major freeway in the Los Angeles area, this cell site is hardly noticeable from the freeway.
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Disguised as part of the brickwork1239 viewsThis antenna array is cleverly painted to match the color and texture of the building. Downtown LA intersection, yet barely noticeable.
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On top of a roof access.1088 viewsFalse cupola constructed around the top of a roof access doorway. Conceals antennas.
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Camouflaged flagpoles1613 viewsSpotted in Glendale, California.
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Camofulaged AML Receive Site?2468 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!
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Faux chimney antenna site 2 of 22661 viewsThe antennas are in a faux chimney (center of roof).
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Faux chimney antenna site 1 of 23629 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.
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