Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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Restful Signal211 viewsHere's a non-camo three sector Sprint site located on a motel sign post in Azusa, California.
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Got Desert?346 viewsThis little Verizon 3-sector site sites atop a wood pole in Victorville, California. The BTS equipment is in the fenced area to the left, and the telco and power panels are to the right.
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The Leaning Tower of Victorville275 viewsVerizon's 3-sector wood pole is ever-so-slowly leaning over. Victorville, California.
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Omnidirectional to Sectorized239 viewsThese poles formerly supported omnidirectional cell antennas. The carrier increased capacity by replacing the omni antennas with sectorized panel antennas.
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Four sector monopole cell site386 viewsIt's relatively unusual to find 4-sector towers. Here's one (although only 3 sectors are in use).
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Co-location cell site - sectorized and omnidirectional292 viewsA single monopole tower can support one or more sectorized carriers. The lower carrier does not use diversity reception (two receive antennas spaced so as to better receive lower power mobile handsets). The upper carrier does use diversity. Usually, in diversity configurations, the two receive antennas are on the outsides of the sector, and the transmit antenna is located inside, adjacent to one of the receive antennas.
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