Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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Cell Call Box (Version 2)157 viewsHere is the current version of this cellular call box, located on Pacific Coast Highway in southern Ventura County, California. A photograph of the original design is also here at this site. Search on "Cell Call Box" to find it.
Das da ticket!417 viewsA close up of the AT&T Wireless DAS antennas. Note several things:

First, the RF warning sign is on the rear of the antenna, where is cannot be seen by someone approaching the antenna. This is not consistent with the FCC RF safety requirements.

Second, these are dual band antennas. In the far antenna, the cellular band antenna feed is on the right; the PCS band feed is on the left.
Low Mileage Monopalm486 viewsHere's a better-than-average Cingular monopalm installation. What makes it better than average? The more-than-usual number of palm fronds that provide better cover for the panels.
Nextel antenna structure on top of an industrial building440 viewsOpen antenna structures have little impact in industrial areas.
Wireless sites on power transmission towers464 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.
Unhidden and hidden1194 viewsOn this hillside are located two wireless structures. One is obviously not hidden and the other one is.
Surface mounted antennas sometimes just require matching paint382 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.
Disguise site to look like a chimney1138 viewsThis antenna site in Los Angeles is designed to look like a chimney. Note the panel covers.
False 3rd story on office building1504 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.
Southern California palm tree cell site.1645 viewsAlong side a major freeway in the Los Angeles area, this cell site is hardly noticeable from the freeway.
Disguised as part of the brickwork1242 viewsThis antenna array is cleverly painted to match the color and texture of the building. Downtown LA intersection, yet barely noticeable.
On top of a roof access.1092 viewsFalse cupola constructed around the top of a roof access doorway. Conceals antennas.
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