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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art36 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art49 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art31 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art25 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art30 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban John DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art21 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art21 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art19 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art16 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art19 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art18 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art15 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art16 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art14 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art13 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art14 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art14 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art13 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art13 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art16 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art13 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Birds on Blue Unique Cell Site Design - Public Art15 viewsThis public art cell site was designed by Ron Pekar and Sandy McDaniel; brought to life by Esteban DuPont's CellTech Wireless, sponsored by Crown Castle, and authorized by the City of San Diego. This is a wonderful result for a great collaboration. Located at CA905 and Beyer Blvd in San Diego.
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design264 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design130 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design120 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design114 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design182 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design147 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design133 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design130 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design112 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design108 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design107 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design89 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design99 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design95 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design84 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design77 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design80 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design74 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design82 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design73 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design70 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design67 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design73 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Yet another awful Mobilitie design74 viewsLos Angeles: Vermont north of Wilshire
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Verizon 'Small Cell' (Really a DAS node)154 viewsStrapped on to a City of Los Angeles light standard. Cables are routed inside the pole to and through the top cap.
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Verizon 'Small Cell' (Really a DAS node)110 viewsStrapped on to a City of Los Angeles light standard. Cables are routed inside the pole to and through the top cap.
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Who left the door open?111 viewsA mono-obelisk in Irvine, California
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NextG (Crown Castle) Dual DAS in Redondo Beach, CA110 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, CA94 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, CA89 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, CA67 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, CA67 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, CA60 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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63 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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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal7 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal8 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal6 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal6 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal6 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Multi-carrier Monopole Site78 viewsMulti-carrier Monopole Site in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Verizon Camo Church Site 109 viewsAt St. Margaret's in Chino, CA
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Verizon Camo Church Site 86 viewsAt St. Margaret's in Chino, CA
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Verizon Camo Church Site 99 viewsAt St. Margaret's in Chino, CA
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AT&T Site Undergoing a 4G Upgrade164 viewsThis site, at 703 Montana in Santa Monica, California is undergoing an upgrade to 4G.
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Just park that signal!171 viewsT-Mobile's recently upgraded parking lot site in Long Beach, California.
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AT&T's Upgraded Tree at Camp Pendleton Rest Stop246 viewsAT&T has just upgraded this monopine site to 4G and materially improved the camouflage. Much better than before. N/B I-5 at the rest stop.
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We'll leave the Verizon Cell Site on for you.243 viewsVerizon's mono-sign site at a Motel 6 in Vista, California.
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We'll leave the Verizon Cell Site on for you.176 viewsVerizon's mono-sign site at a Motel 6 in Vista, California.
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AT&T's Upgraded Tree at Camp Pendleton Rest Stop225 viewsAT&T has just upgraded this monopine site to 4G and materially improved the camouflage. Much better than before. N/B I-5 at the rest stop. Note the camo around the microwave antenna.
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Sprint Omni Site103 viewsTwo on an Arm legacy Sprint site in Los Angeles
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Sprint Omni Site131 viewsSprint's underground equipment vault
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Sprint Omni Site103 viewsTwo on an Arm legacy Sprint site in Los Angeles
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Sprint Omni Site103 viewsTwo baby-vents for Sprint's equipment vault.
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Church Steeple Site in Long Beach, California212 viewsChurch Steeple Site
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I'll take fries with that signal177 viewsMcDonalds sort-of-camo site in San Diego County
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I'll take fries with that signal220 viewsMcDonalds sort-of-camo site in San Diego County
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Monopoles at Apache Junction, AZ City Hall Campus215 viewsMonopoles at Apache Junction, AZ City Hall Campus
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Would Verizon please let the Sprint Nextel inside?1812 viewsThe inside of the building is occupied by Verizon. Verizon's antennas are behind the faux tiles. Sprint's Nextel cabinets are outdoors adjacent to the building, and its antennas are on H-Frame mounts (see the associated pictures).
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Would Verizon please let the Sprint Nextel inside?1540 viewsThe inside of the building is occupied by Verizon. Verizon's antennas are behind the faux tiles. Sprint's Nextel cabinets are outdoors adjacent to the building, and its antennas are on H-Frame mounts (see the associated pictures).
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Sprint Monopole in Lebec, California503 viewsSite is controlled by TowerCo (soon to be SBC).
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Power on the Tower166 viewsAn AT&T site on a SCE transmission tower in Thousand Oaks, California.
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A Pair of Monopoles in Gorman, California152 viewsAt the northern end of Los Angeles County along I-5.
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YMCA Monopole485 viewsA shorty monopole site at a YMCA camp in Thousand Oaks, California.
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T-Mobile Flagpole Site540 viewsBig pole; big flag.
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Konya Province31 views
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Konya Province33 views
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Konya Province30 views
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Konya Province31 views
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Rocket South of Santa Fe on I-25241 viewsOne of the worst located sites I have ever run across.
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Santa Fe Country Club163 viewsMono-Golfball Screen
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Santa Fe Country Club142 viewsMono-Golfball Screen
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Santa Fe Country Club168 viewsMono-Golfball Screen
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Santa Fe Country Club164 views
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Cricket has the Power in Santa Fe89 viewsCricket has the Power in Santa Fe
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Cricket has the Power in Santa Fe98 viewsCricket has the Power in Santa Fe
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Use a Cell Phone: Go to Jail307 viewsSpotted in Las Vegas, New Mexico
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Two Greek Cows307 views...on the road between Athens and the Athens Airport. Shot through the window of a moving taxi.
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Just One Element Would Have Made This...969 views...a great camo site. In December 2009 I photographed this Santa Fe, New Mexico site and made an animated GIF showing what could have been done to hide the antenna. I wasn't happy with the base photo, so I want back in December 2010 and shot a better base photo. This animated GIF shows far more clearly what might have been added to effectively camo this church site.
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110 viewsThis is a very, very tall self-supporting lattice tower site, owned by American Tower, in Espanola, New Mexico.
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Catch a Dream With This Site137 viewsLocated ajacent to the "Dreamcatcher Cinema" in Espanola, NM, this uni-pole-ish, mon-pole-ish site is owned by TowerCo.
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Mono Eucalyptus Antennas1229 viewsThe antennas atop a mono-eucalyptus in Oceanside, California. American Tower should spend a bit of time fixing the antenna covers.
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site933 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site767 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site722 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site654 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.
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A Terrible Missile Rises Over the New Mexico Horizon204 viewsThis is a monster of a visible site. It stands 150 feet tall and is located on the I25 Frontage Road east of County Road 57 south of Santa Fe, NM. There is another photo in this gallery showing just how awful this site is from afar.
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Powering Up Santa Fe189 viewsT-Mobile occupies the top of this power transmission pole near the Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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A Terrible Missile Rises Over the New Mexico Horizon184 viewsThis is a monster of a visible site. It stands 150 feet tall and is located on the I25 Frontage Road east of County Road 57 south of Santa Fe, NM. There is another photo in this gallery showing just how awful this site is from close-up.
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A Terrible Missile Rises Over the New Mexico Horizon186 viewsThis is a monster of a visible site. It stands 150 feet tall and is located on the I25 Frontage Road east of County Road 57 south of Santa Fe, NM. There is another photo in this gallery showing just how awful this site is from afar.
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It Radiates Near Radiation289 viewsThis is a monopole owned by American Tower located in Los Alamos, New Mexico. They work on things there that are better left unspoken (absent a suitable security clearance, that it).
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Tower Towers Over the Santa Fe Plaza149 viewsTowering over the historic Santa Fe Plaza (and just about everything else in the area), this awful pole is about as out of place as a tower can be. So sad. Thanks to Alltel for contributing to the spoiling of the historic Santa Fe Plaza area.
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Sickly Monopine937 viewsOff of the Old Las Vegas Highway outside of Santa Fe, this poorly designed monopine stands out like the sore thumb it is. The branch coverage, branch count, and panel antenna socks are inferior. A properly designed and executed monopine would not all the antenna stand-off arms to be seen, much less be painted a highly visible green.

By the way, in this case, Las Vegas refers to Las Vegas, New Mexico, rather than to Lost Wages, Nevada.
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So-So Sprint Monopine Close-up995 viewsThis is a close-up of the panel array located at Sprint's monopine, located in Corona, California, is a good example of what happens when the antenna array extends past the branches. Also note the degraded and falling-off panel covers (socks). This site is now managed by TowerCo.
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So-So Sprint Monopine1782 viewsSprint's monopine, located in Corona, California, is a good example of what happens when the antenna array extends past the branches. Also note the degraded and falling-off panel covers (socks). This site is now managed by TowerCo.
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So-So Sprint Monopine1261 viewsSprint's monopine, located in Corona, California, is a good example of what happens when the antenna array extends past the branches. Also note the degraded and falling-off panel covers (socks). This site is now managed by TowerCo.
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AT&T Cow in Action762 viewsPanoramic (three photos) shot of AT&T's Cell-on-Wheels (COW) in action in the Santiago Canyon area of Orange County after the October 2007 wildfires. The portable generator powers the site.
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AT&T Cow in Action1366 viewsAT&T's Cell-on-Wheels (COW) in action in the Santiago Canyon area of Orange County after the October 2007 wildfires. The portable generator powers the site.
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AT&T Cow in Action448 viewsLook up the ridge at AT&T's Cell-on-Wheels (COW) in action in the Santiago Canyon area of Orange County after the October 2007 wildfires. A portable generator powers the site.
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Mono-cross789 viewsClose-up of the mono-blah-cross at a Mesa, Arizona church. Notice that the antenna cover at the top is askew.
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Mono-cross886 viewsTight close-up of the mono-blah-cross at a Mesa, Arizona church. Notice that the antenna cover at the top is askew.
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GPS Antenna Directly Mounted to Cabinet728 viewsThis is a good example of how a GPS antenna can use directly mounted on top of an equipment cabinet. This type of mounting reduces the visibility of this element compared with mounting it on an extension pipe above the cabinet. This is a Verizon Wireless site at a church in Mesa, Arizona.
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GPS Antenna Directly Mounted to Cabinet682 viewsThis is a good example of how a GPS antenna can use directly mounted on top of an equipment cabinet. This type of mounting reduces the visibility of this element compared with mounting it on an extension pipe above the cabinet. This is a Verizon Wireless site at a church in Mesa, Arizona.
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Mono-Cross in Tempe Arizona641 viewsThis is a fairly blah mono-cross in Tempe, Arizona. Taken late morning.
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Lots of Signals807 viewsThis multi-carrier, multi-owner site is in Mesa, Arizona. The tower registration shows Verizon as the anchor of the lattice tower. The City of Mesa has multiple sites on the top of its water tank.
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I bow to Him760 viewsVerizon's mono-flagpole site in Mesa Arizona is leaning over ust a wee-bit.
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Very Large Mono-Cross906 viewsThe East Valley Free Will Baptist Church in Mesa, Arizona features a very large mono-cross. This site was constructed by Cingular.
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Lots of Signals588 viewsThis multi-carrier, multi-owner site is in Mesa, Arizona. The tower registration shows Verizon as the anchor of the lattice tower. The City of Mesa has multiple sites on the top of its water tank.
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Yet Another Neglected Flagpole625 viewsNotice that flags at this Cricket flagpole site in Mesa Arizona are undersized and torn. Code enforcement, anyone?
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Very Large Mono-Cross552 viewsThe East Valley Free Will Baptist Church in Mesa, Arizona features a very large mono-cross. This site was constructed by Cingular.
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Mono(blah)-Palm753 viewsCrown Castle's mono-palm in Mesa, Arizona hosts two carriers. The anchor carrier is Sprint; the other is unknown. A fairly poor design, made worse by the addtion of the panels below the top.
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Mono-Cross in Tempe Arizona539 viewsThis is a fairly blah mono-cross in Tempe, Arizona. Taken mid-afternoon.
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I bow to Him661 viewsVerizon's mono-flagpole site in Mesa Arizona is leaning over ust a wee-bit.
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Monorock, Interrupted869 viewsSprint has demonstrated that it can build very nice monorock sites. This isn't one of those good sites. Too many square edges, and not continued around the back enough to hide the edges from passersby. For an example of how Sprint does this type of design correctly search this site for "Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!"
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Monorock, Interrupted644 viewsRear view of Sprint's Monorock, Interrupted in Murrieta, California.
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Monorock, Interrupted582 viewsInside view of view of Sprint's Monorock, Interrupted in Murrieta, California. Shot from outside the torn-off door of the monorock.
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Monorock, Interrupted697 viewsA pair of monopines in Murrieta, California. The right side monopine has a fairly decent but hardly great design and result given the lack of sufficient branch coverage; the left side monopine is very poorly designed/executed given the antennas extending out beyond the canopy of the branches.
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Monorock, Interrupted728 viewsFront view of Sprint's monrock highlights the poor design that has many sharp edges; is incomplete; and sports a GPS antenna sticking up above the rock. Yuck.
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Monorock, Interrupted575 viewsSide view of Sprint's monrock highlights the poor design that has many sharp edges; is incomplete; and sports a GPS antenna sticking up above the rock. Yuck.
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Monorock, Interrupted546 viewsSide view of Sprint's monrock highlights the poor design that has many sharp edges; is incomplete; and sports a GPS antenna sticking up above the rock. Yuck.
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Exhausting!575 viewsVerizon's generator at Mulligan Fun Center in Murrieta, California has its exhaust drawn off to a remote vent. This is an unusual configuration for an outdoors generator but appropriate here where the generator is located adjacent to a public area.
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Light Standards with More584 viewsNear a hospital heliport, which explains the aircraft warning lights, the Verizon site (left) and the T-Mobile site (right) feature clamp-on radomes. The Verizon site also features a microwave antenna, which is unusual for light standard sites. Anaheim, California
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