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Sprint Omni Site120 viewsSprint's underground equipment vault
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Sprint Omni Site94 viewsTwo baby-vents for Sprint's equipment vault.
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Another Big Mac Site1196 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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Underground BTS Equipment Vault717 viewsYou're looking at a close-up view of one way that Sprint places its equipment underground. The vents provide air flow. The green pedestal is for the power meter. The PVC tubing is for site drainage. This site is in the Newbury Park portion of Thousand Oaks, California.
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Cell Palm498 viewsNotice that the coax ground block (below the ice guard) and the ground wire from the ground block are not properly affixed. Sprint site in Desert Hot Springs, CA
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KMLT Antenna and Support405 viewsThe steel pole supporting the antenna is now painted blue to help it blend into the sky background.1 comments
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KMLT Antenna and Support362 viewsThe steel pole supporting the antenna is now painted blue to help it blend into the sky background.
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A cell site on a power transmission monopole237 viewsIn Thousand Oaks, California. Note that the BTS equipment is underground.
 
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