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So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)126 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
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So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)110 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
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So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)89 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
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So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)88 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
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So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)77 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
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Semi-Camo Chimney Site159 viewsCulver City, California faux chimney pop-up
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Lolipop Antenna Mount202 viewsA Lolipop antenna mount is a panel on top of a short pole. Here is on installed by Cricket Wireless in the San Diego, California market. Notice how the coaxial cables are protected within a metal tube.
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Hot zone? What hot zone?493 viewsThis roof-top site (now removed) used cheezy plastic safety cones with pasted-on warning signs to alleged mark the edge of the general population/uncontrolled RF zone. Note the two cones at rear-right that have blown over. A very effective warning technique, eh?
 
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